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India's COVID-19 recovery rate touches 63.24 pct

India's COVID-19 recovery rate touches 63.24 pct

India Blooms News Service | @indiablooms | 15 Jul 2020, 06:04 pm

New Delhi: India has recorded 63.24 percent recovery rate of COVID-19 patients, officials said.

The last 24 hours have seen a sharp rise in the number of COVID-19 patients recovering. 20,572 people were cured which has taken the total number of recovered cases among COVID-19 patients to 5,92,031, read a government statement.

The surge in recovered cases is driven by aggressive testing, timely diagnosis and effective management of the patients either through supervised home isolation or under active medical attention in the hospitals. 

The actual case load of COVID-19 is only 3,19,840 active cases

They are all under medical supervision. 

The norms and standards for Home Isolation along with use of oxymeters have helped to keep a check on the asymptomatic or mildly symptomatic patients without putting pressure on the hospital infrastructure.

The gap between recovered and active cases has been consistently growing. It stands at 2,72,191 today. 
The number of recovered cases outweighs the active cases by a factor of 1.85.

Medical infrastructure in India to treat COVID-19 patients includes 1378 Dedicated COVID Hospitals (DCH), 3077 Dedicated COVID Health Centres (DCHC), and 10351 COVID Care Centres (CCC). They have a total of 21,738 ventilators, 46,487 ICU beds, and 1,65,361 Oxygen beds to treat COVID-19 patients.

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