According to data released by the Union Ministry of Health, the number of coronavirus infections in India has risen to 1,644,5551 after 611,7711 new positive cases. Tell us that 1,033 patients have died in the last 24 hours. The number of new infections dropped to 70,000 in the previous week. On October 13, there were at least 55,342 new cases.
Last week, 3,744,0113 cases of corona were found in India, the world’s second most affected country. However, the daily death toll on Sunday has crossed one thousand, with the number of daily cases falling below 900 between Monday and Saturday. It was the lowest in the week of October 15 when 8,080 patients died across the country. According to the Ministry of Health, 1,14,031 patients have died so far.
Speaking of recovery, this number has also increased to 65,97,209. In the last 24 hours, 2,614 people have been rescued from the epidemic. This has increased the national recovery rate by more than 6 percent. Speaking last week, 4,4747,6744 patients recovered. The government said, “Medical infrastructure growth across the country, implementation of standard treatment protocols by the states / UTs and dedication and commitment of physicians, paramedics and border workers remain constant. The total number of recoveries also increased as the death rate decreased. ”
It further said that India is the only country where most of the patients have recovered from the epidemic. Global mortality rates are also very low. The highest number of cases of the virus was 7,83,311 as of Sunday, and for the first time in a month and a half on Saturday, the number of active cases in the country dropped below 800,000. The last time on September 1 was 7,85,996.
The health ministry said on Saturday that 10 states and union territories accounted for 6 per cent of the cases recovered. “More than 13,000 patients have recovered in Maharashtra. In Karnataka, the number stood at 8,000,” the press release said.
On Saturday, 799% of the 2,212 newly confirmed cases came from 10 states and union territories. The ministry said there were still more than 11,000 new cases in Maharashtra, followed by more than 7,000 in Karnataka and Kerala. As of Saturday morning, 837 people had died and about 82 percent had died in 10 states and union territories.