India’s COVID-19 recovery rate improves to 75.27 pc

"The gap between recoveries and #COVID19 active cases continues to widen. The recoveries are more than 3 times the active cases,"

New Delhi: The COVID-19 recovery rate of India has improved to 75.27 per cent as on Monday, said the Union Ministry of Information and Broadcasting.

“India’s COVID-19 recovery rate improves to 75.27 per cent as on August 24, 2020,” the Ministry tweeted on its ‘India Fights Corona’ Twitter handle.

“Steady improvement in India’s COVID-19 recovery rate since lockdown initiation on March 25, 2020,” the Ministry added.

India has a cumulative count of 31,06,348 confirmed COVID-19 cases, of which, 23,38,035 (75.3 per cent) cases have been cured/discharged/migrated, while 7,10,771 (22.88 per cent) cases are active and 57,542 (1.85 per cent) have succumbed to the virus, as per the Ministry.

On Monday, India reported 61,408 new COVID-19 cases and 836 fatalities.
Meanwhile, the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare (MOHFW) said that the gap between recoveries and COVID-19 active cases continues to widen as the recoveries are more than three times the active cases.

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“The gap between recoveries and #COVID19 active cases continues to widen. The recoveries are more than 3 times the active cases,” the MOHFW tweeted.

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