Chris Larsen, the Co-founder and Executive Chairman of Ripple has reported his full recovery from COVID-19.
Chris Larsen made this known via his official Twitter handle a couple of hours ago. A picture of him donating blood to help the antibody transfer for the treatment of others was captioned in the tweet.
In the tweet, Larsen implored others that have fully recovered to donate blood to save the world from this global pandemic. He also showed his gratitude to the health workers that are endangering their lives to save others.
“Thank you to everyone on the frontlines keeping us safe – am truly grateful to report that I’ve made a full recovery from COVID19. If you’ve recovered from the virus, please consider donating your blood to help with antibody transplants,” Chris Larsen shared.
Many crypto enthusiasts, especially XRP community members, such as the CEO of Ripple Brad Garlinghouse, CTO at Ripple David Schwartz, founder of Tron (TRX) Justin Sun, and others, have been displayed their happiness in his full recovery ever since he shared the good news on Twitter.
Brad Garlinghouse said;
“Nothing can keep Chris Larsen down for long Thankful to call you a friend and colleague (and love the Ripple shirt!)”
— Brad Garlinghouse (@bgarlinghouse) April 2, 2020
The global pandemic has also initiated a financial crisis, especially in the countries that are grossly affected, such as the United States, China, Italy, Spain, and others. And it has also contributed to the increase in the number of unemployed across the world.
At press time, the total number of confirmed cases across the world has risen to 1,016,128, while 211,615 COVID-19 patients have fully recovered. The total number of deaths now stands at 53,069.
United States now has the highest number of cases, while Italy has the highest number of deaths. No one knows how long the pandemic would last, howbeit, the governments of the world are trying their best to curtail the spread, in order to get economy back on track.