New Delhi: The Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, on Wednesday, has updated their latest tally record on the COVID-affected people across the states and union territories. According to the data released by the ministry, a total of 13,780 people have been lately affected by the COVID-19 virus nationwide.
With this, the overall caseload in the nation has been pushed to 1,05,96,442. The currently active caseload, however, stands at 1,94,210, as per the health ministry’s nationwide record.
The tally has revealed that, in the last 24 hours, a total of 17,229 coronavirus affected patients were tested negative after undergoing essential treatments.
The recovery rate has taken the total number of coronavirus survivors in the country to 1,02,45,092, which is utterly commendable amidst the worldwide pandemic. On the other hand, 161 people died from the viral disease in the last 24 hours, which has made the death toll of the country mount to 1,52,754.
If we sneak at the percentage of the current overall pandemic situation in the country, we shall find out that the percentage of the currently active caseload in the country stands at 1.86%. On that note, 96.70% of people have been discharged from the hospital after getting cured since the beginning of the pandemic, while the virus tool lives in 1.44% of the total affected people.