Coronavirus: Over 100% surge in recovery rate in last 29 days, says Union health ministry

First Published 11, Sep 2020, 11:41 AM

 "There has been an unprecedented surge in COVID-19 recoveries in India. There is a more than 100% increase in patients recovered and discharged in the past 29 days," the health ministry said on September 11

<p>Even as there has been an unprecedented rise in COVID-19 cases, there has been a 100% surge in recovered patients in the last 29 days, the Union Health Ministry said on Friday (September 11).</p>

Even as there has been an unprecedented rise in COVID-19 cases, there has been a 100% surge in recovered patients in the last 29 days, the Union Health Ministry said on Friday (September 11).

<p>"There has been an unprecedented surge in COVID-19 recoveries in India. There is a more than 100% increase in patients recovered and discharged in the past 29 days," it said.<br />
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"There has been an unprecedented surge in COVID-19 recoveries in India. There is a more than 100% increase in patients recovered and discharged in the past 29 days," it said.
 

<p>Pointing out that the high recovery rate was possible due to early identification, it added that aggressive and wide-scale testing, "prompt and effective" treatment in supervised home/facility isolation and hospitals, and "enhanced" clinical skills of ICU doctors have led to a high recovery rate.<br />
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Pointing out that the high recovery rate was possible due to early identification, it added that aggressive and wide-scale testing, "prompt and effective" treatment in supervised home/facility isolation and hospitals, and "enhanced" clinical skills of ICU doctors have led to a high recovery rate.
 

<p>While the total number of confirmed cases across the country stands at 44,65,863, the active cases currently are at 9,19,018.</p>

While the total number of confirmed cases across the country stands at 44,65,863, the active cases currently are at 9,19,018.

<p style="text-align: justify;">A total of 34,71,783 have recovered, 75,062 have lost their lives due to the novel coronavirus, the Union ministry said.&nbsp;<br />
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A total of 34,71,783 have recovered, 75,062 have lost their lives due to the novel coronavirus, the Union ministry said. 
 

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