Corona mortality at 2.15 percent, lowest level since lockdown enforced: Ministry of Health
New Delhi. Country Kovid -19 Now the transition to free a number of people increases went to reach 11 million, while the rate of deaths from the epidemic to be better than 3.33 percent in mid-June has now been 2.15 per cent. The Union Health Ministry said on Saturday that since the implementation of the first phase of lockdown in March, the death rate of covid-19 in the country has come down for the first time. The ministry said that India still maintains the lowest Kovid-19 death rate worldwide. The Union Health Ministry said that it describes the strategy and efforts of the Center, State and Union Territories for coordinated, active, gradual and "investigation, detection of the person exposed to the infected patient, treatment".
According to the data released by the ministry at 8 am on Saturday, 36,569 more patients have been discharged from the hospital in the last 24 hours and the number of people who have been free from Corona virus infection after treatment in the country has increased to 10,94,374. There are 5,65,103 infected patients in the country at present. The ministry said that at present the infection-free rate of Kovid-19 patients has improved to 64.53 percent. "Early detection of infection by rapid screening, timely and effective treatment of hospitalized people is leading to a steady decline in mortality," the ministry said. This is an indication that India has succeeded in controlling Kovid-19 mortality. ''
The Health Ministry said that when the death rate has been reduced, the successful implementation of effective strategies to control infection, rapid screening, proper treatment in hospitals, now more than 30,000 patients are becoming infection free in a day. . The total number of infection cases increased to 16,95,988 after the highest number of cases of Kovid-19 on Saturday in the country increased to 16,95,988, while the number of recoveries has also increased to 10,94,374. According to data from the Union Health Ministry till eight o'clock in the morning, the death toll from this epidemic has increased to 36,511 with 764 deaths a day.