Coronavirus Update: Over 79,000 People Recovered from COVID-19


Shutdowns and closures of various events, businesses, and other facilities continue to maintain in the wake of coronavirus. As the government puts together more COVID-19 tests, many people are anxious and social unrest continues to mount.

In the wake of extreme reactions to the coronavirus, the United States government is urging Americans to remain calm. This past weekend, President Trump recommended people to decline from hoarding and buying out supplies from grocery stores. Government at national, state, and city levels continue to affirm their commitment to serving the American people.

While deaths and other negative consequences of COVID-19 must be taken seriously, awareness of coronavirus recoveries is equally imperative. Covering the worst aspects of COVID-19 while declining to note recoveries from the virus only further engenders mass hysteria.

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Everything You Need to Know About COVID-19 Recoveries

Per the John Hopkins University of Medicine COVID-19 tracker, over 79,000 individuals have recovered from coronavirus. This number breaks down to over 55,000 recoveries in Hubei China, over 4,000 recoveries in Iran, and thousands of others around the world. Furthermore, the death toll associated with coronavirus remains less than 10% of the number of recovered individuals.

The aforementioned coronavirus tracker is regularly updated. Just days ago, the number of recovered persons rested at over 73,000; this, therefore, means that numbers of recuperated individuals are increasing.

What to Know About Coronavirus

Symptoms of COVID-19 can vary, depending on a series of factors. However, the most common indicators of the virus’ presence are as follows:

  • Fever
  • Coughing
  • Body aches
  • Shortness of breath

The extremities of the aforementioned symptoms can vary. Moreover comes the importance of remembering steps to prevent coronavirus’ spread. Staying home when sick, partaking in frequent handwashing, and practicing good hygiene can go a long way. Likewise, comes the encouragement to avoid large gatherings for the time being.

Elderly people and folks who already struggle with health issues are considered as uniquely vulnerable to COVID-19. However, this does not mean that folks who are younger or healthier have immunity to coronavirus.

At this time, the healthy precautions listed above are advisable. Furthermore, people should abstain from mass hysteria and remain watchful of the John Hopkins COVID-19 tracker; this will provide more data about coronavirus, deaths, and recoveries.