India continues to conquer top rank globally with maximum number of Covid19 recoveries, which accounts for 21% of the recovered cases worldwide. While according to Union Health Ministry, India accounts of 18.6 per cent share in the total global cases.
Comparing with other countries with major spike in coronavirus cases, India maintains its global please with one of the lowest lowest COVID-19 case fatality rates (CFR).While the global CFR stands at 2.97 per cent as on date, the comparative figure for India is 1.56 per cent, it said.
Health Ministry accountable for the Covid19 data specified that Death per million population in India is one of the lowest in India. As the global average is 130 deaths per million population, India is reporting 73 deaths per million population.
Looking at the statistics given above, number of cases surged to 54,27,706, with 75,628 recovering in a span of 24 hours which pushes the national recovery rate to 83.84 per cent. These data were updated by the ministry in the morning at 8 am today.
Health Ministry in its statement said, “India continues to occupy the top global position as the country with the maximum number of recoveries. It accounts for 21 per cent of the global recovered cases, while its share in the total cases stands at 18.6 per cent.”
74.36 per cent of the recovered cases in the span 24 hours where major contribution has been done by Maharashtra, Karnataka and Andhra Pradesh. There are 9,44,996 active cases of coronavirus infection in the country which comprises only 14.60 per cent of the total caseload, it said.
“For the 12th successive day, India has sustained its steady trend of maintaining the active cases below the 10-lakh mark,” the ministry underlined.
Nearly 77 per cent of the active cases are in 10 states and Union Territories, it said.
Top- 3 States with number of cases:
- Maharashtra – 2.6 lakh, 16,000 (new)
- Kerala – 9,258 (new)
- Karnataka – 8,000 (new)