India conducts over 180 million tests, recorded unprecedented growth in testing

New Delhi: India has recorded a rapid increase in the number of Covid-19 cumulative health check-ups. Today the total number of tests crossed the figure of 18 crores (18,02,53,315). There have been 9,16,951 tests in the last 24 hours.

The expansion of the nationwide progress in investigation infrastructure has played a significant role in the increase in investigation numbers. With 2316 testing laboratories in the country, including 1201 government laboratories and 1115 private laboratories, there has been a substantial increase in daily testing capacity.

The national level confirmation rate has come down as a result of extensive investigations being conducted on an ongoing basis.

The cumulative rate continues to fall, with the total investigation count crossing the 18 crore mark. Today the national cumulative confirmation rate is 5.79 percent. It has come down from 8.93 percent to 5.79 percent in the last five months.

The confirmation rate in 15 states / UTs is lower than the national average. Bihar has the lowest confirmation rate of 1.44 percent.

India’s per million (TPM) check today is 130618.3. With the increase in investigation infrastructure, TPM has also increased rapidly.

22 states/union territories have recorded better checks per million population than the national average.

13 states and union territories have undergone fewer investigations per million population than the national figures and need to be investigated more in these areas.

In India also, 19,253 new patients have become healthy in the same period due to which there has been a decrease in active cases. The current confirmed cases in India’s current active 2,24,190 cases are only 2.15 percent.

Today, a total of 10,056,651 patients are healthy. Health rates have improved and have reached 96.41 percent. The interval between healthy and active cases is increasing continuously and currently stands at 9,832,461.

Out of the health cases, 78.89 percent have been contributed by ten states/union territories.

In Kerala, 5,324 patients recovered from C

Covid-19. After this Maharashtra and West Bengal reported the health of 2,890 and 1,136 new patients respectively.

In the last 24 hours, 18,222 cases were registered.

Ten states/union territories have contributed 79.83 percent in new cases.

Kerala has registered 5,142 cases in the last 24 hours. Maharashtra recorded 3,693 new cases, while Karnataka recorded 970 daily cases yesterday.

Out of 228 deaths reported in the last 24 hours, 76.32 percent are from seven states/union territories.

There were 73 deaths in Maharashtra. 23 patients died in Kerala and 21 in West Bengal.

To ensure the readiness of all vaccination preparations across the country uninterrupted and smoothly, a third-nationwide nationwide mock drill cycle was organized. Under this, 4895 session sites of 615 districts of 33 States / UTs were included.

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