Cover-19: Number of active cases in India decreased to 3.62 percent

New Delhi: Following the past few weeks, the number of total active cases in India has decreased significantly to 3.62 percent of the total cases. During the last 24 hours, the number of daily healthy patients has been recorded more than daily new cases in India. The number of daily active cases continues to decline in the country and currently there are a total of 3,56,546 active cases in the country.

During the last 24 hours, 30,254 Covid-19 cases have been confirmed, while 33,136 patients have been cured and have been discharged from hospital. This has led to a decline of 3,273 total active cases in the last 24 hours.

The country has recorded the lowest number of cases per million population in the world (158) in the last seven days, much lower than many other countries in the Western Hemisphere.

Today, the total number of cured patients has been around 93,57,464. The gap between cured patients and active cases is steadily increasing. Today it has increased to more than 90 lakhs (90,00,918). Today, the recovery rate has increased to 95 (94.93) percent due to the new recovery being higher than the new cases.

75.23 percent of newly recovered patients are from ten states / UTs.

The highest number of cured patients in a single day in Kerala is 5,268. The number of new patients cured in Maharashtra is 3,949 and in Delhi 3,191.

The contribution of new cases from ten states / union territories has been 75.71 percent.

Kerala has recorded the highest number of 5,949 daily new cases in the last 24 hours. After this, 4,259 new cases have been reported in Maharashtra while 2,710 new cases have been registered from West Bengal.

The death of 391 patients has been recorded in the last 24 hours. 77.78 percent of the new cases of death are from ten states / UTs. 80 patients died in Maharashtra with 79.28 percent. 47 and 44 deaths have been recorded in Delhi and West Bengal respectively.

In terms of comparison internationally, India has recorded the lowest level of new death cases in the last seven days (2) per million population.