More than 100,000 infected, how many people have recovered from coronavirus?

The spread of coronavirus is continuing at a rapid pace in more than 100 countries around the world. As it happens, international health institutions are calling for not only the authorities but also the common people to be careful and alert to slow the spread of the virus as much as possible. There are hundreds of infected people in the world as doctors continue to cure these patients and work to find a cure. But as the numbers add up, how many of these people are out of critical condition for life? COVID-19 figures Coronavirus is a group of viruses that can be fatal to humans. This is also shown by the latest figures of deaths from this infection. Today, there are around 4028 deaths in the world as hospitals in many regions continue to remain isolated and overcrowded. Worldwide the figures for those two critical months are 114, 541 affected, and 64,266 of them have recovered. This translates to 96% of cases being cured and only 6% of them being fatal to life. According to doctors this is one of the most positive aspects of the spread of this virus. Although the virus is more dangerous than seasonal influenza, figures for people cured by COVID-19 are a good starting point to stop the disease. Who are the most vulnerable Experts at Columbia University in the United States say coronavirus mortality fluctuates. It is higher in the elderly and people affected by chronic illness. Referring to data coming from the province of Wuhan, in 80% of cases the infection is at an average level while in 4.7% of cases it is considered as critical. The mortality rate remains low, however it is high in the age group of over 80 years. With regard to the chronic diseases mentioned above, experts have noted that those that affect and accelerate the infection are: Cardiovascular diseases, diabetes, Chronic airway diseases Hypertension. Even Italy, one of the countries most affected by COVID-19 across Europe, reports that mortality is higher among older people and those with health complications