Coronavirus India: Number Of Patients Recovering Exceeds 52 Lakh, 86821 New Cases In A Day
New Delhi : The number of corona infection cases in the country has crossed 63 lakhs. However, even after the pace of infection has increased, the number of patients recovering from it is increasing. There is a significant difference in the number of active cases of corona and patients recovering from it.
In the month of September, 26.24 lakh cases of corona virus have been found, which is 41 percent of the total number of cases. In August last month, 19.87 lakh cases of coronavirus were found. At present, the number of active cases in India is 9.47 lakhs. Karnataka has become the third state after Maharashtra, Andhra Pradesh, where more than 6 lakh cases of coronavirus have been reported.
It is a matter of relief that this was the tenth consecutive day when less than 90 thousand cases came in the country. Earlier on September 19, 92574 patients reported positive. During this time there have been only two times when the number of patients recovering from the new case has been less.
According to data from the Union Health Ministry, 86,821 new cases of Covid-19 have been reported in the last 24 hours. At the same time, 1,181 people have died due to this dangerous virus. According to the data, the total number of infected patients in the country has increased to 63,12,585.
India's #COVID19 tally crosses 63-lakh mark with a spike of 86,821 new cases & 1,181 deaths reported in last 24 hours.
Total case tally stands at 63,12,585 including 9,40,705 active cases, 52,73,202 cured/discharged/migrated & 98,678 deaths: Ministry of Health & Family Welfare pic.twitter.com/uIBUSidrCu
— ANI (@ANI) October 1, 2020
At the same time, the number of active cases of coronavirus is 9,40,705. More than 52 lakh patients in the country have recovered from Corona. According to the data, so far a total of 52,73,202 people have defeated the virus and are cured after treatment. On the other hand, 98,678 patients have died in the country due to this dangerous virus.