The World Health Organization (WHO) status report 154, dated 22 June 2020, has shown that India is also one of the countries with ‘lowest deaths per lakh population’. The death rate per lakh population in India is 1.00, while the global average is more than six times 6.04. In UK, 63.13 cases of Kovid-19 deaths per million population have been reported. On the other hand, in Spain, Italy and America, this figure is 60.60, 57.19 and 36.30 respectively.
Early detection of epidemic cases or patients in India, timely testing and monitoring, comprehensive detection of people exposed to patients and effective clinical management or treatment has resulted in the number of people dying Has helped reduce. It is also a testament to the graded, pre-determined and very active approach of the Government of India in collaboration with the States / UTs for prevention, control and management of Kovid-19.
The rate of recovery of patients is continuously improving. The rate so far has been estimated at 56.38% among Kovid-19 patients . A total of 2 , 48 , 189 patients of Kovid-19 have been cured so far. Overall in the last 24 hours 10 , 994 are Kovid -19 patients who have recovered.
There are currently a total of 1,78,014 active cases and all these are under active medical care.
The number of government laboratories (labs) has been increased to 726 and the number of private laboratories has been increased to 266. Thus, the total number is 992 . Its detailed description is as follows:
- Real-time RT PCR based testing laboratories: 553 (Government: 357 + Private: 196)
- TruNet Based Testing Laboratories: 361 (Government: 341 + Private: 20)
- CBNAAT Based Testing Laboratories: 78 (Government: 28 + Private: 50)
The number of samples tested in the last 24 hours has increased even more to 1,87,223. The total number of samples tested so far is 71,37,716.
Please visit https://www.mohfw.gov.in/ and @MoHFW_INDIA regularly to get all authentic and up-to-date information on technical issues, guidelines and advisories related to Kovid-19.
Technical questions related to Kovid-19 can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org and other questions to email@example.com and @CovidIndiaSeva.
To answer any question related to Kovid-19, please call the helpline number + 91-11-23978046 or 1075 (toll-free) of Ministry of Health and Family Welfare. A list of helpline numbers of states / UTs on Kovid-19 is also available at https://www.mohfw.gov.in/pdf/coronvavirushelplinenumber.pdf .