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COVID-19 recovery rate touches 61.53% in India

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COVID-19 recovery rate touches 61.53% in India

COVID-19 recovery rate touches 61.53% in India

India's COVID-19 total case count has reached 7,42,417 on July 08.Total active cases reached 2,64,944 and death toll has gone up to 20,642 today.

As per Government of India, the rate of recovery among COVID-19 patients continues to increase over the days.

It has touched 61.53% today.

Presently, there are 2,64,944 active cases under medical supervision.

Maharashtra reported 6,603 new COVID-19 cases and 198 deaths today, taking the total number of cases to 2,23,724 including 1,23,192 recoveries and 9,448 deaths.

Number of active cases stands at 91,065.

Tamil Nadu reports 64 deaths and 3,756 new COVID-19 positive cases today.

The total number of positive cases stands at 1,22,350 including 46,480 active cases and 1,700 deaths.

2,033 COVID-19 cases, 3,982 recovered, and 48 deaths reported in Delhi today.

Total number of cases in the national capital is now at 1,04,864, including 78,199 recovered, discharged, migrated, 23,452 active cases and 3,213 deaths.

22,028 COVID-19 tests conducted in the national capital today-9,461 RTPCR tests and 12,567 Rapid antigen tests.

Delhi government's new 500-bed COVID care centre at Commonwealth Games Village will serve people of East Delhi.

New centre aims at providing medical care to patients mild symptoms.


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