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More than 100 million people have recovered from COVID-19 worldwide


Posted: Sunday, March 28, 2021. 11:02 am CST.

By Benjamin Flowers: More than 100 million people globally have managed to recover from COVID-19, according to the latest data from Worldometer.

As of 10:30 a.m. on Sunday, March 28, 2021, the number of reported patients that recovered from the virus stood at 102,698,255. This represents an increase of just under 4 million when compared to the previous week.

Meanwhile, the number of cases reported globally stood at over 127.4 million, and more than 2.79 million people have reportedly died from complications associated with COVID-19.

The United States has recorded over 30.9 million cases and 562,045 deaths, maintaining its position as the hardest-hit country in the world by the pandemic.

Brazil, one though to have the second-highest number of deaths in the world, has reported more than 12.49 million cases and 310,694 deaths. However, in a recently-released report, Mexico announced that its death toll is actually over 321,000, despite only having 2.22 million reported cases, which experts blame on a lack of sufficient testing.

India has recorded more than 11.97 million cases and 161,617 deaths.

Belize has recorded 12,415 cases and only recently saw its first death related to the virus in over a month, bringing up the total number of deaths to 317.


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