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Falling progressively, fatality rate in India now below 2.5%

IndiaTimes Sunday, 19 July 2020 ()
India’s Covid-19 fatality rate is “progressively falling” and is now below 2.5% for the first time, the health ministry said on Sunday, underlining that efficient clinical management of hospitalised patients and contact tracing had helped keep the death rate at one of the lowest in world. Currently, India’s case fatality rate (CFR) is at 2.49%.
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