More Than One Million People Across the World Have Now Recovered From Coronavirus

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Amongst the bad, there has been some good news we’ve been waiting for months to hear – figures now show that over a million people have recovered from the deadly virus sweeping the globe.

Keep reading to find out more about these figures…

Since December 2019, global headlines have been adorned by continuously terrifying news about the spread of the notorious virus.

At the time of writing, there are 3,328,106 confirmed cases.

A horrifying number.

In a bid to combat the spread of the virus, various world leaders have imposed lockdowns upon their countries.

With strict social-distancing rules preventing them from having any physical contact with friends and loved ones.

And the only thing getting many people through these dark times is the idea that, by remaining self-isolated, they are helping to slowly rid the world of the devastating pandemic.

From people who have managed to recover from the virus…

He was seen slowly leaving the hospital, and shaking the hands of each medical worker who had fought hard to save his life.

A firefighter had the best surprise when he was finally able to be discharged from the hospital – his full squad were stood outside waiting.

And, thankfully, she has since been given the all-clear, and can now return home to her child.

That is much needed at the minute.

I think it’s about time we had a little bit of good news, don’t you?

According to figures from Johns Hopkins University more than a million people worldwide, have now recovered.

And probably the pick-me-up we all needed to hear.

It is a huge step in the right direction.

Because, the more recoveries we have, the quicker we can return to normal life.

And according to their data, the milestone was reached last night on April 29th.

Meaning that the recoveries are around four times more than deaths.

However, despite this tracking, this number could still be incorrect.

As for countries around the world including the likes of the UK, there is an issue with the lack of testing.

Our work of staying at home may finally be starting to pay off.