India is registering a significant decline in active caseload and fresh cases of Coronavirus. The Health and Family Welfare Ministry said, the active caseload presently comprises 3.29 per cent of the cumulative positive cases and it is continuously declining. It said, the country has registered a decline of over 50 thousand active cases in the last 24 hours. At present, there are over nine lakh 73 thousand active cases in the country. The country is also witnessing a declining trend in the weekly and daily positivity rate. India’s weekly positivity rate currently stands at 4.54 percent and daily positivity rate is at 4.72 per cent.
India’s daily recoveries continue to outnumber the daily new cases for the 32nd consecutive day. Over one lakh 19 thousand patients have recovered from Coronavirus disease within 24 hours. The recovery rate has reached 95.43 per cent in the country. Over two crore 81 lakh patients have already been recovered from this infectious disease so far.
The country registered a total of 70 thousand 421 new COVID cases in the last 24 hours. The Health Ministry said, a total of three thousand 921 deaths were reported in the country within 24 hours, taking the toll to over three lakh 74 thousand across the country.
Meanwhile, testing capacities have been ramped up in the country for the early detection of coronavirus. Indian Council of Medical Research informed that 14 lakh 92 thousand COVID tests were conducted yesterday. So far, over 37 crore 96 lakh tests have been conducted in the country.
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