COVID-19: Total recoveries leap up to 7.2 lakh

 COVID-19: Total recoveries leap up to 7.2 lakh
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New Delhi: The COVID recovery rate in the country has further improved to 62.72 per cent.
The Sustained, proactive, progressive and evidence-based strategies for effective surveillance, testing through expanded effective country-wide network of labs, coupled with Standard Treatment Protocol for ensuring effective clinical treatment of COVID19 cases have resulted in a progressive increase of 24,491 in COVID-19 recoveries during the 24 hours, according to Tuesday evening report. 
This has pushed the cumulative figure of recovered cases among COVID-19 patients to 7,24,577, as on Tuesday. This has also ensured that India continues to have one of the lowest Case Fatality Rates, at 2.43 percent which is consistently falling.
The gap between the number of recovered cases and active cases has increased to 3,22,048 at present. Presently, there are 4,02,529 active cases and all are under medical supervision.
According to the report on Tuesday evening in the last 24 hours 3,33,395 samples were tested. Cumulatively 1,43,81,303 samples have been tested in the country. 
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