Over 22.8 million recover from COVID-19 globally
Published: 11:17 AM, 21 September 2020 Updated: 02:01 PM, 21 September 2020
More than 31.2 million people have been diagnosed with coronavirus worldwide so far. Of them, nearly one million have died from the pandemic. 7,442,143 of the COVID-19 infected are currently undergoing treatment and 61,246 (1 per cent) are in critical condition. However, the positive news is that more than 21 million of the COVID-19 patients have already recovered from the disease.
As of Monday morning, a total of 31,240,113 people has been diagnosed with the virus worldwide, as the death toll rises to 965,066 while 22,835,459 patients have recovered.
According to worldometers data, 4,396,399 people has been cured from the COVID-19 in India, 4,250,140 in the United States, 3,851,227 in Brazil, 909,357 in Russia, 633,199 Colombia, 615,255 in Peru, 590,071 in South Africa, 499,302 in Mexico, 488,231 in Argentina, 419,746 in Chile, 359,570 in Iran, 310,439 in Saudi Arabia, 292,869 in Pakistan, 267,233 in Turkey, 256,565 in Bangladesh, 244,000 in Germany, 253,591 in Iraq, 218,351 in Italy, 229,865 in Philippines, 177,327 in Indonesia, 124,691 in Canada, 91,574 in France and 80,484 in China, where the first cases of coronavirus was late last year.
In addition, 90,168 people in Kuwait, 74,273 in the United Arab Emirates, 57,181 in Singapore, 40,500 in Switzerland, 20,248 in South Korea, 24,063 in Australia and 9,355 in Malaysia have recovered.
The coronavirus, that first reported in China late last year, is now affecting 213 countries and territories around the world and two international conveyances. The World Health Organization (WHO) on March 11 declared COVID-19 a pandemic.