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Posted: Sunday, September 20, 2020. 8:06 am CST.

By BBN Staff: The latest statistics on the COVID-19 pandemic puts the number of global infections above 31 million.

Worldometer reports that as of 7 a.m. today, September 20, 2020, there were over 31.03 million infections worldwide.

The number of deaths stood at 962,339, while over 22.64 million recovered from the virus.

Currently, there are over 7.43 million active cases, with only 1 percent of those (61,386) being serious or critical.

The United States, which remains the hardest-hit country in the world, has recorded over 6.97 million cases and 203,851 have died from the
virus.

The rapid rise in the number of cases in India has pushed the country past Brazil as the second-hardest hit country in the world with respect to the number of infections. India now has over 5.41 million cases with 86,893 deaths.

Brazil, now the third-hardest hit country by number of infections has over 4,52 million cases, but still remains second in global number of COVID-19 deaths with 136,565.

In Belize, the recently-discovered 16 cases by the Ministry of Health, has put the country’s total number of confirmed infections at 1,606 with 20 deaths.

The Ministry of Health in Belize is expected to release more data later today.

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