Mumbai: The centre on Tuesday said that the recovery rate from COVID19 is continuously improving.
Currently, the recovery rate of India is 48.07 per cent.
“The recovery rate of the nation is continuously improving. A total of 95,527 patients have been cured of COVID-19, 3,708 have recovered in the last 24 hours. Recovery rate is now 48.07 per cent, up from 11.42 per cent on April 15,” Joint secretary Lav Aggarwal said during the press conference here.
Till now, 95,527 COVID19 patients have recovered. The recovery rate is now 48.07% : Lav Agrawal, Joint Secretary, Health Ministry pic.twitter.com/lJlhb3Uru7
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“We have asked all states to analyze the trajectory of the cases in their respective states. If a state thinks that it needs to set up temporary COVID19 care centers then it must do so,” he added.
The recovery rate on May 18 was 38.29 per cent. On May 3, it was 26.59 per cent. On April 15, it was 11.42 per cent.
India on Tuesday reported 8,171 more COVID-19 cases and 204 deaths in the last 24 hours as the country’s virus count inched closer to two lakh, according to the Union Ministry of Health and Family Welfare.
The total number of cases in the country now stands at 1,98,706 including 97,581 active cases, 95,527 cured/discharged/migrated and 5,598 deaths.