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The number of people recovered from COVID-19 in the world has exceeded 175 million people


The number of people who have recovered from a new type of coronavirus infection (COVID-19) in the world has exceeded 175 million people.

According to the Worldometers website, the total number of those who won the dangerous infection as of July 21 was 175,057,808.

In the countries in the TOP-3 with the largest number of cases of coronavirus infection, at the same time, the largest number of recovered from COVID-19 is recorded.

In India, 30 390 687 people were cured of a dangerous virus, in the USA – 29 435 171, in Brazil – 18 124 621 people.

The number of COVID-19 winners in Turkey was 5 395 300 people.

Also, 5 663 776 people were cured of the dangerous virus in France, 5 404 797 – in Russia, 4 422 866 – in Colombia, 4 420 995 – in Argentina, 4 411 839 – in Great Britain, 4 115 889 – in Italy, 3 676 323 – in Spain, 3,642,000 – in Argentina, 3,185,946 – in Iran, 2,653,034 – in Poland, 2,356,553 – in Indonesia, 2,182,502 – in Ukraine, 2,104,298 – in Moldova, 2,085,119 – in South Africa.

At the same time, 13,200,686 patients with a diagnosis of COVID-19 continue to be treated worldwide.

The number of cases of a new type of coronavirus in the world has reached 192 395 192, the number of deaths – 4 136 698.

Pandemic

The coronavirus pandemic began with the detection of the first cases of pneumonia of unknown origin in the city of Wuhan in the Hubei province of central China at the end of December 2019.

On December 31, 2019, the Chinese authorities informed the World Health Organization (WHO) about the outbreak of unknown pneumonia.

On January 30, WHO recognized the outbreak of the novel coronavirus as a public health emergency of international concern.

On February 11, 2020, the disease was named the new coronavirus disease (COVID-19).

On March 11, 2020, WHO announced that the outbreak had become a pandemic.

The Anadolu Agency’s website publishes in a shortened form . .(HAS).