On an endless extent of high recoveries, India has reported over 90,000 recoveries for the third consecutive day on Monday, the health ministry said.
COVID-19 strikes many people in different ways. Most infected people will exhibit mild to moderate illness and heal without hospitalization. The most common symptoms found in many people are fever, dry cough, tiredness. However, some have experienced aches and pain, sore throat, diarrhea, conjunctivitis, headache, loss of taste, skin rashes, and discoloration of fingers or toes.
The virus that prompts COVID-19 is mainly spread through droplets formed when an infected person coughs, sneezes, or blows. These droplets are too heavy to hang in the air and instantly fall on grounds or facades.
COVID-19 patients slowly healing
In India, COVID-19 recovery cases have crossed the 80% mark with over 90,000 people recoveries recorded for the third sequential day, the Union Health Ministry said on Monday. In his statement, Minister Harsh Vardhan reported that 93,356 COVID-19 patients were recovered and discharged in the last 24 hours.
The Health Ministry said, “India has crossed the significant landmark of more than 80 percent national recovery rate. On an endless extent of high recoveries, India has also reported more than 90,000 recoveries for the third day in succession.”
Twelve states and Union Territories have registered recovery rates of more than the national average from COVID-19, and nearly 79% of the new recovered cases are from 10 countries and Union Territories.
“The total recovered cases are near to 44 lakh (43,96,399) today. India shields the global number of total recoveries. It estimates for more than 19 percent of the world total,” the Health Ministry added.
Reduction in the death rate
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