New Delhi: India has crossed another milestone as total Covid-19 recoveries crossed 2.5 million on Thursday with the gap between active and recovered cases reaching nearly 18 lakh.
With more patients recovering and being discharged from hospitals and home isolation (in case of mild and moderate cases), India’s total Covid-19 recoveries have surpassed 2.5 million today, an official release here said.
The gap between active and recovered cases reached nearly 18 lakh.
Recovery of 25,23,771 patients has been made possible because of effective implementation of the policy of the Centre-led policies that have been effectively been implemented by the state/UT governments. A total of 56,013 Covid patients have recovered in the past 24 hours resulting in India’s Recovery Rate among the Covid-19 patients today to stand at 76.24 per cent.
India’s cumulative tests touched nearly 3.9 crore on Thursday with 9,24,998 lakh tests conducted in the past 24 hours across the country taking the total number of tests to 3,85,76,510.
The exponential rise in the country-wide has been made possible through a graded expansion of the testing lab network. The total number of labs has risen to 1,550 so far, including 993 labs in the government sector and 557 private labs. These include 795 Real-Time RT PCR based testing labs (460 Government and 335 private), 637 TrueNat based testing labs (499 Government and 138 private) and 118 CBNAAT based testing labs (34 Government and 84 private).