Mumbai: It seems COVID cases in India are beyond control now as the country is reporting nearly 1 Lakh positive cases on a daily basis. But according to the Ministry Of Health And Family Welfare (MoHFW), the number of active cases in India has been reduced and now it’s a ‘small portion’ of the total cases currently active across the country.
“The gap between the percentage of recovered cases and percentage of active cases is progressively growing wide. More than 3/4 of total cases (more than 36 lakhs) recovered and discharged. active cases (less than 10.5 lakhs) only a small proportion (less than 1/4) of total cases,” MoHFW said on Saturday.
The gap between %Recovered Cases and %Active Cases progressively growing wide. More than 3/4 of total cases (more than 36 lakhs) recovered & discharged. Active Cases (less than 10.5 lakhs) only a small proportion (less than 1/4) of total cases: Ministry of Health pic.twitter.com/ef7ge5KaS9
— ANI (@ANI) September 12, 2020
Further lauding the efforts taken by the government the ministry of health said that Center-led COVID-19 management strategies have focused on early detection through extensive, easy, and invasive testing; Standardized quality and effective treatment in hospitals and supervision of reducing home/facility isolation and mortality.
According to the last bulletin on COVID-19 by the Ministry of Health, India has recorded a record of 96,551 new coronavirus cases yesterday, taking the total number of previous infections to the mark of 4.5 million. Apart from fresh infections, the number of 1,209 coronavirus-related deaths in the country was 76,271.
Out of a total of 45,62,415 COVID-19 cases, there are around 9,43,480 active cases while 35,42,664 were successfully cured/ discharged/migrated.