COVID-19 Recoveries: Are We Winning the Battle?

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The COVID-19 had spread globally. It had infected more than 462,000 individuals. The deadly novel coronavirus had taken the lives of at least 20,000 people, says an article.

Statistics of the COVID-19 Pandemic

The statistics of the total number of recovered novel coronavirus cases globally may serve as a light of hope to many nations who are putting their best resources and efforts to use in their attempt to prevent the further spread of the dangerous novel coronavirus.

 Based on three sources that track the coronavirus globally, there at least 113,000 individuals who have recovered from the COVID-19.

In China, the country where the novel coronavirus had originated had reported more than 81,000 cases. The country has the most total number of cases in the world. It has more than 73,000 recoveries, says Bing, a Microsoft tracking tool. The country has the most number of global recoveries.

In some countries in Europe such as Spain and Italy, there are higher death tolls compared to China.

Italy has 69,000 COVID-19 cases. It has the second largest number of COVID-19 patients in the world. It has a total of 9,300 recoveries. It was reported at least 7,500 Italians lost their lives after getting the infection.

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The following are a summary of countries and their COVID-19 total cases, active cases, patient recoveries, and deaths. The information is as of March 25.


In China, there are a total of 81, 218 confirmed cases. The active cases are 4,287. 73, 650 people had already recovered from the disease while 3,281 died.


There are 74,386 confirmed cases in Italy with 57,521 active cases. The total number of patients in the country who survived the disease is 9,362. 7,503 Italians lost their battle with the illness.

United States of America

In the United States of America, there is a total of 64,107 cases of COVID-19 with 62,821 active cases. It was reported that there are already 393 people who recovered from the illness. 893 lost their fight with the disease.


There is a total of 47,611 COVID-19 confirmed cases in Spain and 38,799 are active cases. 5,367 patients recovered from the disease while 3,445 lost their battle with the novel coronavirus.


Germany has a total of 37,323 confirmed cases of the COVID-19 and 33,570 are active cases. There are already 3,547 patients who recovered from the illness while 206 individuals lost their lives from the disease.

South Korea

There is a total of 9,137 COVID-19 confirmed cases of South Korea and 5,281 are active cases of the illness. 3,730 individuals recovered from the disease while 126 lost the fight.

For those who had mild symptoms of the illness, they felt fine after the disease passed while those with severe cases of the disease had long-term lung damage. The effects of the COVID-19 depends on the patient's age and the presence of any pre-existing health condition.