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According to recent data, the number of people recovering from the Coronavirus around the world has risen to more than one million, while South Korea has not recorded any infections for the first time since the crisis began.

Data from the “Worldometer” website, which specializes in monitoring the victims of Corona, today, Thursday, showed that a million and 353 infected people in the world have recovered from the epidemic.

According to the site, the United States of America topped the list of countries with the largest number of recoverers with 147,411, followed by Spain with 132,929, and Germany ranked 12,400.

Meanwhile, the Korean Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said that on Thursday, South Korea had not recorded any new domestic infections with the virus, for the first time since its outbreak peaked on February 29.

The Korean Centers announced the monitoring of four new cases, all of them coming from abroad, taking the total number of injuries in the country to 10765.

The number of deaths rose to 247 after a new death was recorded.

In total, the epidemic has infected the world until Wednesday, 3 million and 220 thousand and 268 people with the Corona virus, and 228 thousand and 224 people died.

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