COVID-19 LIVE | Highest single day recoveries of 56,383 in India: Health Ministry

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India recorded the highest-ever recoveries of 56,383 in a single day. With this, the number of total recovered COVID-19 patients has touched nearly 17 lakhs (16,95,982) on Thursday, said the Union Ministry of Health and Family Welfare.

In a press statement, the Ministry said, “The concerted, focussed and collaborative efforts of the Centre and the State/UT governments along with support of lakhs of frontline workers have ensured the successful implementation of testing aggressively, tracking comprehensively & treating  efficiently through an array of measures including supervised home isolation, and effective clinical management of severe and critical patients through the Standard of Care advised by the Centre.

” With the increasing number of recoveries, while the Recovery Rate has crossed 70 per cent (70.77 per cent today), the case mortality among COVID patients has further regressed to 1.96 per cent, and is steadily declining, the Ministry said.

Earlier,Ram Janmabhoomi Teerth Kshetra Trust chairman Mahant Nritya Gopaldas has tested positive for coronavirus today, according to Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister’s Office (CMO).”The Chief Minister has taken details of the health status on Mahant Nritya Gopaldas who has tested COVID-19 positive. He has spoken to District Magistrate Mathura and to Dr Trehan of Medanta and requested for immediate medical attention for him at the hospital,” the CMO said.

The unabated spike in India’s coronavirus cases and the death toll continues unabated with the country reporting 66,999 infections and 942 fatalities in the last 24 hours.

The country’s COVID-19 tally has risen to 23,96,638 which includes 6,53,622 active cases and 16,95,982 discharged. Meanwhile, the death toll has risen to 47,033, as per the data by the Ministry of Health.

Worldwide coronavirus cases have surpassed 20.4 million, according to the Johns Hopkins University. More than 12.7 million have recovered, and more than 745,000 have died.


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