New Delhi: India has made a new record in the recovery rate of COVID-19 cases with a 63.13% recovery rate in the last 24 hours. Almost 28,472 patients have been cured of the COVID-19 disease in the last 24 hours as reported by the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Govt. of India.
According to the MoHFW.GOV.IN, total recovery till yet is 753049 which has excessed the total number of active cases by 3,41,916 according to the data of July 22nd, 2020 at 8.30 PM IST. The total number of active cases till now is 411133.
“While the national recovery rate has improved, 19 states and Union Territories are posting a recovery rate higher than the national average,” the ministry of health said.
The ministry of health also added, “With dedicated efforts of healthcare workers, recoveries are improving and case fatality is continuously falling, which currently stands at 2.41 percent”.
On the other hand, West Bengal Govt. has announced a total lockdown twice in a week to break the chain cycle of COVID-19 in West Bengal. The lockdown is for Thursday and Saturday only.
The Maharashtra State Govt. has announced a 10 days lockdown for Bhopal due to the rising cases of Coronavirus. The lockdown will start from today’s 8 PM and will be continued to till August 3rd, 2020.
In Kerela, there seems to be lockdown again as there are new 1000 COVID-19 cases reported on Wednesday.
The Manipur government has imposed a “complete” lockdown in the state for 14 days, starting from 2 pm on Thursday, ANI reported.
“Sh @AshwiniKChoubey, MoS (HFW) received the 1st tranche of 4475 Oxygen Concentrators donated by Temasek Foundation, Singapore. Ms. Preeti Sudan, Secretary (HFW) and Sh Rajesh Bhushan, OSD (MoHFW) were also present.” tweeted by the Ministry Of Health, India on their twitter handle.
A total of 1,47,24,546 samples have been tested up to July 21 with 3,43,243 samples being tested on Tuesday, reported by the Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR).
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