Is it Possible to Recover from Coronavirus?

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Reassuring fact checks about Coronavirus: All you need to know!

Is It possible to recover from COVID-19?

While we are all aware of the worldwide devastation that has been caused in the wake of novel coronavirus disease, many of us have missed out on the total number of recoveries worldwide.

Take a look at these statistics regarding this disease as on 12th October 2020 to gain a better understanding:


Number of cases

Total Coronavirus Cases


Total Active Cases






Source - Worldometers (Last updated: October 12, 2020, 13:00 GMT)


Now, looking at the data above, it is fair to conclude that recovery from coronavirus is possible. Despite a spiralling rate of infection, symptoms of COVID-19 for many have been quite mild.


It comes as promising news for countries still struggling to contain the effects of this disease.

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