In pursuance of the Centre’s strategic approach, India is registering continuous progress on the recovery front and reduction in COVID19 fatality rate, the Union health ministry said.
“In the past five months, more than 3/4 of COVID19 cases have recovered and less than 1/4 is active now,” the health ministry said.
With more patients recovering and being discharged from home isolation (in case of mild and moderate cases) and hospitals (severe and critical cases), India’s COVID19 recoveries are nearing 26 lakh, it said.
A total of 60,177 patients have recovered in the last 24 hours.
With these national figures, the recovery rate amongst the COVID19 has touched 76.28%.
“The number of recoveries is nearly 3.5 times the active cases, which comprise 21.90% of the total cases,” the health ministry said.
Higher number of recoveries has led to a constantly growing difference between recoveries and active cases and crossing 18 lakhs, the difference stands at 18,41,925 on Friday, it said.
“The Union government has adopted a graded and evolving strategic response to COVID management in India within the larger evolving global context,” the health ministry claimed.