News National COVID-19 Recovery rate continues to cruise at 50 percent in India

COVID-19 Recovery rate continues to cruise at 50 percent in India

Global Coronavirus casesWith 8,049 COVID-19 patients cured in the last 24 hours, the recovery rate has become more than 50%. A total of 164,803 patients, so far, have been cured of COVID-19.

Currently, the recovery rate is 50.7%. This indicates that of all the cases of COVID-19, half of them have recovered from the disease. Timely case identification and proper clinical management has been the road to recovery.

Currently, 150,432 active cases are under medical supervision. Though the total death is going to touch 10,000 mark soon. As of now Death toll sand at 9,247.

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However we need to keep one thing in mind that the 50% recovery rate means half a number of people recovered out of total detected case. This percentage simply didn’t consider those people who is not detected yet.

ICMR‘s testing capacity for detecting the novel Coronavirus in infected persons is continuously being ramped up. The number of government labs has been increased to 646 and private labs has been increased to 247 (A total of 893). In the last 24 hours, 1,51,432 samples were tested. The total number of samples tested thus far is 56,58,614.

Today, the Union Health Minister along with the Union Home Minister held a meeting with the Lieutenant Governor of Delhi and Chief Minister of Delhi to review the COVID-19 situation in the NCT of Delhi.

Strengthening of containment measures, ramping up testing and adequate health infrastructure preparedness were discussed in the meeting.

Aditya Raj
Writer & Co-founder of InfotOnline.

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