Nearly 6.5 million recovered from coronavirus globally...

Dhaka, Wednesday   19 May 2021

Nearly 6.5 million recovered from coronavirus globally

 International Desk

 Published: 09:29 AM, 5 July 2020   Updated: 12:10 PM, 5 July 2020

Photo: Collected

Photo: Collected

The recovery rate has increased even before the discovery of the vaccine for coronavirus can be considered only positive news that is being got the world in the last few months as the whole world is devastated by the global pandemic. 

However, the number of people recovered from coronavirus stands nearly 6.5 globally. 

According to worldometer, so far, 533,473 people have died from the deadly virus out of 11,381,438 coronavirus cases across the world. Of them, 6,439,803 have recovered. 

The United States, the most affected nation by the deadly coronavirus, has recorded the most number of recovered coronavirus patients in the world. The US recorded 2,935,770 people infected with the virus. Of these, 1,260,405 have recovered in the country.

The Latin American country Brazil has witnessed the most deaths of coronavirus for the last few days. However, the country has the second-highest number of coronavirus recovered cases in the world as a total of 978,615 have recovered so far. On the other hand, it witnesses 1,111 deaths, the highest number in the last 24 hours. The death toll rose to 64,365. Besides, the number of coronavirus cases in the country rose to 1,578,376.

Russia has the third-highest position in terms of coronavirus recovery cases as more than 446,000 people have recovered in the country while the total number of coronavirus cases has exceeded to 674,515.
The coronavirus was first detected in Wuhan, the capital of Hubei Province, China in December 2019. The virus, which has spread from China, has so far infected 215 countries and territories around the world.

Meanwhile, the number of coronavirus recovery cases are also increasing in Bangladesh. According to the latest data, 70,721 people in Bangladesh have recovered from the deadly virus.