New Delhi: The trend of declining the number of active cases as compared to the percentage of total positive cases in India remains constant. At present only 15.11 percent of the total positive cases in the country are active cases which are 9,40,441. While this figure was 33.32 percent on August 1, it has come down to 15.11 percent on September 30. In two months, the number of active cases has halved. The continuously growing recovery rate in India today stands at 83.33 percent. In the last 24 hours, 86,428 patients have been cured and have been discharged.
The total number of cases cured is 51,87,825. The difference between the recovery case and the active case has crossed 42 lakhs (42,47,384). The gap is steadily increasing due to the increasing number of recoveries.
Due to the number of active cases in the country, the number of active patients has remained below 1 million since 22 September.
More than 76 percent of active cases are concentrated in 10 states. These states are Maharashtra, Karnataka, Kerala, Andhra Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh, Tamil Nadu, Odisha, Assam, Chhattisgarh and Telangana.
Maharashtra topped the list with over 2,60,000 active cases.
Rapid recovery of states and union territories is being recorded due to test, track, trace, treatment, technology strategy.
There are less than 5,000 active cases in 14 states and union territories.
78 percent of the total recovery cases are from 10 states / union territories. Maharashtra has the highest recovery of 10,00,000 followed by Andhra Pradesh with more than 6,00,000.
In the last 24 hours, 80,472 new cases have been reported.
Of the new cases, 76 percent are from 10 states and union territories. Maharashtra has reported the highest number of 15,000 new cases. After this, more than 10,000 cases have been reported in Karnataka.
In the last 24 hours, 1,179 people have died.
About 85 percent of these cases have come from ten states / union territories like Maharashtra, Karnataka, Punjab, Tamil Nadu, Uttar Pradesh, West Bengal, Delhi, Chhattisgarh, Madhya Pradesh and Andhra Pradesh.
More than 36 percent of the new deaths occurred in Maharashtra (430 deaths).