With a recovery rate of 80.80 per cent, Meghalaya has the best COVID-19 recovery rate in the Northeast and is ranked second in the country.
Chandigarh with a recovery rate of 82.30 per cent has the bet COVID-19 recovery rate in the country.
The total number of COVID-19 cases in India crossed the 6 lakh mark on Thursday and it has reached to 604,641 cases.
Out of these, a total of 3,59,859 patients have also been declared to have recovered from the disease so far.
The list top 15 states/UTs with the highest recovery rate, also include- Rajasthan- 79.6 per cent, Uttarakhand- 78.6 per cent, Chhattisgarh- 78.3 per cent, Tripura- 78.3 per cent, Bihar – 77.5 per cent, Mizoram – 76.9 per cent, Madhya Pradesh- 76.9 per cent, Jharkhand – 76.6 per cent, Odisha 73.2 per cent, Gujarat 72.3 per cent, Haryana 70.3 per cent, Ladakh – 70.1 per cent, and Uttar Pradesh 69.1 per cent.
Among the state/UTs with the highest recoveries in the country, Maharashtra with 93,154 recoveries is at the top so far.
The top 15 states/UTs with high recoveries also include- Delhi- 59,992 recoveries, Tamil Nadu 52,926 recoveries, Gujarat 24,030 recoveries, Uttar Pradesh 16,629 recoveries, Rajasthan14,574 recoveries, West Bengal 12,528 recoveries, Madhya Pradesh 10,655 recoveries, Haryana 10, 499 recoveries, Telangana 8,082 recoveries, Karnataka 8,063 recoveries, Bihar 7,946 recoveries, Andhra Pradesh 6,988 recoveries, Assam 5,851 recoveries, and Odisha 5,353 recoveries.
Since Assam has reported the maximum number of case among the states of Northeast, hence its number of recovered cases are also the highest in the region.
It may be mentioned here that there are 2,26,947 active cases in the country.