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Over 26 million recoveries from COVID-19 recorded worldwide

Posted: Sunday, October 4, 2020. 8:25 am CST.

By BBN Staff: The latest statistics from Worldometer show that over 35 million people have contracted COVID-19 globally, but that over 26 million of those people have managed to recover.

Worldometer’s latest COVID-19 data, as of 7: 00 a.m. today, Sunday, October 4, 27, 2020, shows that global infections stand above 35.1 million (an additional 2 million in just a week) with deaths totaling over 1.03 million, and recoveries over 26.17 million.

The split between cases considered serious or critical to mild cases remains a consistent 1 percent to 99 percent. Of the over 7.9 million active cases, only 66,279 (1 percent) are considered serious or critical.

Within a week, the United States, which continues to be the hardest-hit country in the world by the pandemic, went from over 7.28 million confirmed infections to 7.6 million. Meanwhile, deaths from the virus went from 209,180 to 214,280.

India continues to see a boom in cases, going from 5.99 million cases last Sunday to 6.55 million cases today. Deaths went from over 94,000 to 101,841 in the same week. Brazil, which is the third-hardest hit by number of infections but continues to be the second-hardest hit by number of deaths, went from 4.71 million confirmed cases last Sunday to 4.9 million today, with deaths going from 141,441 to 146,011.

Meanwhile, in a week’s space, Belize went from 1,825 cases and 24 recorded deaths to 2,131 cases and 51 deaths


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