India records more than 50,000 COVID-19 cases in 24 hours, recovery rate also climbs to 64.54 percent

With 37,223 patients discharged in the last 24 hours, the number of recovered people have jumped to 1,057,805 taking the recovery rate from 64.44 percent on Thursday to 64.54 percent today, according to the Union health ministry data.

Sadly the country also recorded more than 50,000 new cases of the coronavirus disease (Covid-19) in the last 24 hours, for the second day in a row, pushing its infection tally to more than 1.63 million.

According to health ministry data, India has added 1,053,377 cases since July 1 with 702,689 just in a fortnight making India the third worst-hit country in the world after the United States and Brazil.

With 779 fatalities between Thursday and Friday morning, the country’s death toll is now 35,747. The toll at the beginning of the month was 17,400.

India also has one of the lowest case fatality rate (CFR) at 2.21% as compared to the global average of 4 percent. It added that 24 states and Union territories have lower CFR than the national average and eight of them have a CFR below 1%.

With 37,223 patients discharged in the last 24 hours, the number of recovered people have jumped to 1,057,805. The recovery rate is up from 64.44% on Thursday to 64.54% on Friday.

India on Thursday achieved the landmark of more than a million recoveries from Covid-19. There has been a consistent trend of more than 30,000 recoveries daily for the eighth day in a row now.

There has been a continued increase in the average daily recoveries from around 15,000 in July’s first week to around 35,000 in the last week.

The gap between recovered patients and active Covid-19 cases currently stands at more than 5 lakh now.

The government has also said that 16 states and Union territories are recording higher recovery rate than the national average. It has also said that 16 states and Union territories are recording higher recovery rate than the national average.

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