National recovery rate fast moving to touch 60%

New Delhi, July 2, 2020: Coordinated
efforts at all levels of government
for prevention,
containment and management
of COVID-19 are
showing encouraging
results with consistently
increasing gap between
recoveries and active
cases.
As on date, there are
1,32,912 recovered cases
more than the active
COVID-19 cases.
Timely clinical management
of COVID-19 cases
has resulted in more than
10,000 daily recoveries.
During the last 24 hours,
a total of 11,881 COVID-
19 patients have been
cured, taking the cumulative
figure to 3,59,859.
This further takes the
recovery rate to
59.52%.
Presently, there are
2,26,947 active cases and
all are under medical
supervision.
The top 15 States in
terms of absolute numbers
of COVID-19 recovered
cases are:
1. Maharashtra 93,154
2. Delhi 59,992
3. Tamil Nadu 52,926
4. Gujarat 24,030
5. UP 16,629
6. Rajasthan 14,574
7. West Bengal 12,528
8. MP 10,655
9. Haryana 10,499
10.Telangana 8,082
11. Karnataka 8,063
12. Bihar 7,946
13. AP 6,988
14. Assam 5,851
15. Odisha 5,353
The top 15 states in terms
of recovery rate are:
1. Chandigarh82.3%
2. Meghalaya 80.8%
3 Rajasthan 79.6%
4. Uttarakhand 78.6%
5. Chhattisgarh 78.3%
6 Tripura 78.3%
7. Bihar 77.5%
8. Mizoram 76.9%
9 MP 76.9%
10. Jharkhand 76.6%
11. Odisha 73.2%
12. Gujarat 72.3%
13. Haryana 70.3%
14. Ladakh 70.1%
15. UP 69.1%
As per the “Test, Trace,
Treat” strategy, there has
been a steady rise in the
samples tested every day
with more than 90 lakh
samples being tested till
date.
During the last 24 hours
2,29,588 samples have
been tested.
The cumulative number
of samples tested, as on
date, is 90,56,173.
The testing lab network
in the country is further
strengthened.
With 768 labs in the government
sector and 297
private labs, there are as
many as 1065 labs in the
country. These include:
• Real-Time RT PCR
based testing labs: 578
(Govt: 366 + Private: 212)
• TrueNat based testing
labs: 398 (Govt: 370 + Private:
28)
• CBNAAT based testing
labs: 89 (Govt: 32 + Private:
57)

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