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More than 160 million people worldwide have recovered from COVID-19

Posted: Sunday, June 13, 2021. 2:35 pm CST.

By Benjamin Flowers: More than 160 million people around the world have managed to recover from COVID-19 infection according to the latest data produced by Worldometer.

The total number of recoveries due from the virus, as of 9:15 a.m. on Sunday, June 13, 2021, stood at 160,528,757.

Recoveries continue to represent 98 percent of all closed cases, with the remaining 2 percent (3,813,103) representing those who have died from complications relating to COVID-19.

Reported infections globally have gone over 176.5 million, with over 12.1 million active cases, with 85,080 (0.7 percent of the total active cases) listed as serious/critical, with the remaining cases listed as mild.

The United States, the hardest-hit country in the world by the pandemic, has recorded over 34. million cases, over 28.3 million recoveries, and 614,958 deaths.

India, the second-hardest-hit country, has recorded over 29.4 million cases, 28.1 million recoveries, and 371,225 deaths.

Brazil, the third-hardest-hit country has recorded over 17.3 million cases, over 15.7 million recoveries, and 486,358 deaths.


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