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Johns Hopkins: 1 Million+ Americans Have Recovered from COVID-19

Testing numbers passed 40 million over the weekend across the United States.
The number of coronavirus recoveries grew faster than newly confirmed cases in Saginaw County. (MGN)
The number of coronavirus recoveries grew faster than newly confirmed cases in Saginaw County. (MGN)(WJRT)
Published: Jul. 13, 2020 at 7:46 AM CDT|Updated: Jul. 13, 2020 at 7:51 AM CDT
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(WTVY) - According to the latest data from Johns Hopkins University and Medicine, more than 1 million Americans have recovered from COVID-19. As of 7:40am Central time on Monday, July 13th, that number stands at 1,006,326. That’s out of 3,304,942 confirmed cases since the pandemic began.

Worldwide, the recovery number stands at 7,139,672. The total cases worldwide since the outbreak started is reported as 12,932,741.

Recovery numbers in Florida and Georgia are unavailable at this time, but the 25,783 recoveries are reported for the state of Alabama.

Testing numbers passed 40 million over the weekend across the United States. The Johns Hopkins billboard lists the total as of the time of this article as 40,282,176. That includes 1,083,416 in Georgia, 2,574,007 in Florida, and 511,506 in Alabama.

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