COVID-19: Number of Recovered Cases Exceeded Active Cases In Indore

Covid-19 Havoc is continued in India. According to the health ministry, in the last 24 hours, more than 7000 cases are found across the country. Between all painful losses, a piece of good news came across from Indore. Indore is the only district in the country where the rate of recovery is higher than the infection rate.

According to News Agency ANI; more patients are discharged from the hospital then admitted in Indore in this pandemic. In Indore district, 3344 cases out of which 1545 are active cases, and 1673 patients recovered from this pandemic, and Indore is the witness of 126 death during this pandemic.

Source: Naidunia

On Thursday, three hospitals discharged 117 patients after their final report came negative, out of which 110 are discharged from Arvind Hospital and 7 from the other two. Hospitals are flooded with slogans “Bharat Jitega Corona Harega.” In Arvind Hospital, staff and doctor thanks to the patient for their coordination in treatment and welcomed them with flowers, and doctors also cheer them with the slogan Bharat Mata ki Jay, Jay Hind, Jitega Bharat Harega Corona.

‌According to News Agency PTI, 84 new cases found in Indore in last 24 hours Chief Medical and health officer has given information that four people died in last 24 hours due to COVID-19 in Indore, among four people who lost their lives against coronavirus one is an 80-year-old woman and one is 84-year-old man included.

‌7453 cases until today found in Madhya Pradesh and 40-50 people have won the fight against coronavirus. According to health, ministry country has 165799 cases, and in the last 24 hours, India has seen the highest 7466 increase in COVID-19 patients, and 175 people have lost their life. According to the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, the number of deaths from coronavirus in India stands at 4706 out of the total cases 89987 are active while 71106 tables have been cured discharge of migrated.

News Source: Jagran

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