India registers highest single day recoveries of 68,584 Covid-19 patients

Imphal: Matching the achievement of highest single tests of more than 11.7 lakhs in the last 24 hours, India has scaled another peak of success registering the highest recoveries in a single day.

A total of 68,584 Covid-19 patients have recovered and been discharged in the last 24 hours. This has led to a surge in the total number of recovered patients which is nearly 30 lakh (2,970,492), a PIB press release said.

With this, India’s recovery rate amongst the Covid-19 patients has crossed 77 percent. The number of recovered patients has outpaced the active cases (8,15,538) by more than 21.5 lakh.

The recovered patients have increased to more than 3.6 times the active cases, as on date. The record high recoveries have ensured that the actual caseload of the country viz. the active cases, has reduced and currently comprises only 21.16% of the total positive cases.

Focus on improved and effective clinical treatment in hospitals, supervised home isolation, use of non-invasive oxygen support, improved services of the ambulances for ferrying patients for prompt and timely treatment, upgradation of clinical management skills of doctors treating Covid-19 patients by active technical guidance through tele-consultation sessions of AIIMS, New Delhi, use of steroids and anti-coagulants, etc., have together resulted in seamless efficient patient management.

These measures have ensured that India’s Case Fatality Rate (CFR) is maintained below the global average (3.3%). Witnessing a decline every day, it stands at 1.75% on Thursday.

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