Coronavirus infection recovery rate reached 67.19%, mortality rate close to 2%

Corona infection is increasing very fast in the country. More than 50,000 cases are being started every day. But the good news is that recovery rates are rising steadily. In the last 24 hours, a total of 51,706 people have been beaten by Corona.
Corona infection is increasing very fast in the country. More than 50,000 cases are being started every day. But the good news is that recovery rates are rising steadily. In the last 24 hours, a total of 51,706 people have been beaten by Corona. As a result, the recovery rate from the infection on Wednesday rose to 67.19 percent, while the death rate dropped to 2.09 percent. According to the Union Ministry of Health, 12,82,215 people in the country have recovered from the infection. Due to which the number of cures from active cases of infection has doubled. There are currently 5,86,244 active patients, accounting for 30.72% of the total infections of Covid-19. The ministry said the number of recovery patients has increased due to the Centre’s policy on rapid detection of exposure to infected and infected people for further investigation. It was further stated that due to the integrated implementation of the strategies of the Central and State and Union Territories, the mortality rate in the case of Kovid-19 has also been reduced. The ministry said that after a steady decline, it now stands at 2.09 percent. Continuous health infrastructural improvements have helped improve the recovery rate from 63% to 67% in the last 14 days. For the second day in a row, more than one lakh people in the country were tested. So far 2,14,84,402 have been investigated. Which is 15,568 out of a population of 1 million. The number of infected patients has increased by 19.06 lakh after the arrival of 52,509 new patients of Kovid-19 in the country. Where after 857 new deaths, the death toll stands at 39,759.
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Corona infection is increasing very fast in the country. More than 50,000 cases are being started every day. But the good news is that recovery rates are rising steadily. In the last 24 hours, a total of 51,706 people have been beaten by Corona.

Corona infection is increasing very fast in the country. More than 50,000 cases are being started every day. But the good news is that recovery rates are rising steadily. In the last 24 hours, a total of 51,706 people have been beaten by Corona. As a result, the recovery rate from the infection on Wednesday rose to 67.19 percent, while the death rate dropped to 2.09 percent.

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According to the Union Ministry of Health, 12,82,215 people in the country have recovered from the infection. Due to which the number of cures from active cases of infection has doubled. There are currently 5,86,244 active patients, accounting for 30.72% of the total infections of Covid-19. The ministry said the number of recovery patients has increased due to the Centre’s policy on rapid detection of exposure to infected and infected people for further investigation.

It was further stated that due to the integrated implementation of the strategies of the Central and State and Union Territories, the mortality rate in the case of Kovid-19 has also been reduced. The ministry said that after a steady decline, it now stands at 2.09 percent. Continuous health infrastructural improvements have helped improve the recovery rate from 63% to 67% in the last 14 days.

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For the second day in a row, more than one lakh people in the country were tested. So far 2,14,84,402 have been investigated. Which is 15,568 out of a population of 1 million. The number of infected patients has increased by 19.06 lakh after the arrival of 52,509 new patients of Kovid-19 in the country. Where after 857 new deaths, the death toll stands at 39,759.

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