COVID-19 Recoveries 3.5 Times More Than Active Cases In India

COVID-19 Recoveries 3.5 Times More Than Active Cases In India

According to the Union Health Ministry, at least 17,60,489 people have recovered, which is 3.5 times more than the number of more than the active cases (7,07,267); and India's Recovery Rate amongst the COVID-19 patients has crossed 76 per cent so far
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COVID-19 Recoveries 3.5 Times More Than Active Cases In IndiaThe actual caseload of COVID-19 in India comprises only 21.87 per cent of the total positive cases
Highlights
  • India's COVID-19 recovery rate is 76.30 per cent: Government
  • Active cases comprise only 21.87 per cent of the total positive cases
  • India’s Fatality Rate is 1.84 per cent till date, and steadily declining

New Delhi: In the fight against COVID-19, the number of patients recovering from the coronavirus in India has exceeded the active cases by 3.5 times. While 63,173 patients recovered in the last 24 hours, the total recoveries reached 24,67,758. The single-day recovery figure has been more than 60,000 for many days. The recovery of 63,173 COVID-19 patients in the last 24 hours has resulted in the cumulative recoveries of 24,67,758 people. This has contributed to the rapidly widening chasm between the number of the percentage recovered and percentage active cases further.

According to the health ministry, at least 17,60,489 people have recovered more than the active cases (7,07,267). With this, India’s Recovery Rate amongst the COVID-19 patients has crossed 76 per cent (76.30 per cent) so far.

The record high recoveries have ensured that the actual caseload of the country through the active cases has further lowered. It currently comprises only 21.87 per cent of the total positive cases.

The coordinated efforts of the Centre and State and UT governments of early detection through aggressive testing and efficient clinical management of hospitalised cases have shown results with continuously regressing Case Fatality Rate. It is 1.84 per cent till date, and steadily declining, an official from the health ministry said.

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Meanwhile, the government said that India was conducting more than 8 lakh average tests per day to diagnose the coronavirus. The cumulative testing has reached 3,76,51,512. About 8,23,992 tests were conducted in the last 24 hours while the Tests Per Million (TPM) is more than 27,000.

India has conducted nearly 3.6 crore tests to diagnose coronavirus disease, the nation has also seen a rise in the tests per million per day as advised by WHO. i.e. TPM has currently increased to 26,016, the health ministry said on Monday.

It is important to note that the World Health Organisation in its guidance note on “Public Health Criteria to Adjust Public Health and Social Measures in the Context of COVID-19” says that a country needs 140 tests per day per million population as a measure for comprehensive surveillance for suspected COVID19 cases.

So far, India has reported 32 lakh covid19 cases and 59,449 deaths due to the coronavirus pandemic.

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World

17,59,54,708Cases
5,81,66,715Active
11,39,84,189Recovered
38,03,804Deaths
Coronavirus has spread to 193 countries. The total confirmed cases worldwide are 17,59,54,708 and 38,03,804 have died; 5,81,66,715 are active cases and 11,39,84,189 have recovered as on June 14, 2021 at 3:36 am.

India

2,95,10,410 70,421Cases
9,73,15853,001Active
2,81,62,947 1,19,501Recovered
3,74,305 3,921Deaths
In India, there are 2,95,10,410 confirmed cases including 3,74,305 deaths. The number of active cases is 9,73,158 and 2,81,62,947 have recovered as on June 14, 2021 at 2:30 am.

State Details

State Cases Active Recovered Deaths
Maharashtra

59,08,992 10,442

1,58,617 167

56,39,271 7,504

1,11,104 2,771

Karnataka

27,65,134 7,810

1,80,856 10,961

25,51,365 18,646

32,913 125

Kerala

27,28,239 11,584

1,23,433 6,478

25,93,625 17,856

11,181 206

Tamil Nadu

23,53,721 14,016

1,49,927 12,146

21,74,247 25,895

29,547 267

Andhra Pradesh

18,09,844 6,770

85,637 5,780

17,12,267 12,492

11,940 58

Uttar Pradesh

17,02,624 452

8,986 820

16,71,852 1,221

21,786 51

West Bengal

14,61,257 3,984

17,651 1,403

14,26,710 2,497

16,896 84

Delhi

14,31,139 255

3,466 144

14,02,850 376

24,823 23

Chhattisgarh

9,86,963 459

13,677 1,405

9,59,969 1,858

13,317 6

Rajasthan

9,49,684 308

7,441 959

9,33,421 1,260

8,822 7

Odisha

8,51,782 4,469

51,681 3,309

7,96,799 7,733

3,302 45

Gujarat

8,20,321 455

10,249 614

8,00,075 1,063

9,997 6

Madhya Pradesh

7,88,183 274

4,251 524

7,75,380 780

8,552 18

Haryana

7,65,861 339

4,661 525

7,52,208 821

8,992 43

Bihar

7,17,215 487

5,312 389

7,02,411 868

9,492 8

Telangana

6,03,369 1,280

21,137 996

5,78,748 2,261

3,484 15

Punjab

5,87,903 956

12,981 1,083

5,59,360 1,980

15,562 59

Assam

4,59,497 2,167

41,373 3,272

4,14,173 5,403

3,951 36

Jharkhand

3,43,458 154

3,395 571

3,34,979 723

5,084 2

Uttarakhand

3,36,879 263

4,633 388

3,25,311 644

6,935 7

Jammu And Kashmir

3,07,412 774

15,081 1,203

2,88,145 1,965

4,186 12

Himachal Pradesh

1,98,550 237

4,777 625

1,90,382 855

3,391 7

Goa

1,62,468 420

4,882 175

1,54,658 581

2,928 14

Puducherry

1,12,528 402

5,331 414

1,05,513 809

1,684 7

Chandigarh

61,110 54

520 20

59,798 71

792 3

Manipur

59,852 530

8,499 211

50,379 726

974 15

Tripura

59,321 235

5,170 382

53,531 610

620 7

Meghalaya

41,906 305

4,623 248

36,550 547

733 6

Arunachal Pradesh

31,282 134

2,885 302

28,252 434

145 2

Nagaland

23,644 82

3,502 131

19,689 208

453 5

Ladakh

19,561 17

658 88

18,706 105

197

Sikkim

18,414 157

3,553 230

14,580 387

281

Mizoram

15,364 97

3,549 111

11,748 203

67 5

Dadra And Nagar Haveli

10,463 1

78 17

10,381 18

4

Lakshadweep

9,209 34

576 39

8,589 72

44 1

Andaman And Nicobar Islands

7,261 18

110 11

7,025 29

126

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