More than 300,000 people worldwide have recovered from the CCP Virus (coronavirus), and Wuhan, China, where the new virus emerged in December, ended its 11-week lockdown on Wednesday, April 8.

Data from the Worldometer website shows that the number of global CCP Virus cases rose to 1.44 million as of early Wednesday, with more than 400,000 cases in the United States.

Of those patients, more than 300,054 have recovered, including nearly 22,000 in the United States.

The results come after the United States conducted nearly 2.1 million tests of the virus so far, larger than any other country in the world. The figure represents 6,300 tests per 1 million of the population.

Around the globe, Spain has seen more than 43,000 cases of recovery, Germany more than 36,000 cases, Iran more than 27,000 cases, Italy more than 24,000 cases, and France more than 19,000 cases. China, where the regime’s figures are often suspect of being understated, recorded the largest number of recoveries with more than 77,300 cases.

China decided to remove the 76-day lockdown order for Wuhan on Wednesday despite concerns about another wave of infections. The country had sealed off the city of 11 million people since Jan. 23 in an effort to control the spread of the virus.

More than 50,000 people in Wuhan have been diagnosed with the CCP Virus, and more than 2,500 of them died, about 80% of all deaths in China, Reuters reported, citing official figures.

Meanwhile, Worldometer data shows the world recorded more than 82,200 deaths from the CCP Virus, including 12,800 fatalities in the United States.

In remarks on the anniversary of the founding of World Health Organization (WHO) on Tuesday, Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus acknowledged “the world is in the grip of the most severe health crisis of our time.”

In early February when President Donald Trump put in place a travel ban for foreign nationals who had recently been to China, Ghebreyesus panned responses that “unnecessarily interfere with international travel and trade.”

PresidentTrump vowed on Tuesday that he will review U.S. funding for the WHO over its handling of the CCP Virus pandemic and its ties with China.

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