India Coronavirus Fatality Rate

COVID-19: India records 45,576 infections, 585 fatalities; caseload nears 90-lakh mark

The total coronavirus cases mounted to 89,58,483, with 45,576 infections being reported in a day while the death toll climbed to 1,31,578 with 585 new fatalities, the data updated at 8 am showed.

published on : 19th November 2020

COVID-19: 61,871 new infections, 1,033 more fatalities in country; postivity rate goes down below 8 per cent

There are 7,83,311 active cases of coronavirus infection in the country, comprising 10.45 per cent of the total caseload, the Health Ministry data stated.

published on : 18th October 2020

47 per cent of COVID-19 deaths registered among those aged below 60 years: Health Ministry

Health Ministry Secretary Rajesh Bhushan said about 70 per cent COVID-19 deaths have been of male patients while 30 per cent of fatalities from the infection have been reported in females.

published on : 13th October 2020

Single-day spike of 61,267 COVID-19 infections takes India tally above 66 lakh

The death toll climbed to 1,03,569 with 884 people succumbing to the disease in a span of 24 hours, the ministry data updated at 8 am showed.

published on : 6th October 2020

Cabinet Secretary concerned over some states' COVID-19 fatality rates higher than national average

During the meeting chaired by the cabinet secretary, the minister of commerce and industry addressed these states and UTs and reviewed the oxygen availability there.

published on : 20th September 2020

Record 97,570 new infections take India's COVID-19 tally past 46-lakh mark 

The COVID-19 case fatality rate due to the coronavirus infection has further dropped to 1.66 per cent.

published on : 12th September 2020

COVID-19 HIGHLIGHTS | Gyms, yoga centres in Delhi to reopen after over five months

According to the latest DDMA order, weekly markets have also been allowed on a trial basis till September 30 under 'Unlock-4'.

published on : 12th September 2020

Maharashtra, Andhra, Karnataka told to focus on aggressive measures to check mortality rate, COVID-19 spread

Maharashtra, Andhra Pradesh and Karnataka account for about 46 per cent of active cases reported nationally in the last 24 hours.

published on : 6th September 2020

Increased testing, opening economy, complacency behind COVID-19 case surge: Experts

Dr Samiran Panda from ICMR said this increase in cases was expected but pointed out that it is not a homogenous phenomenon across the states.

published on : 31st August 2020

COVID-19 HIGHLIGHTS | In a highest single-day spike, 9386 test positive in Karnataka

The state recorded 141 deaths in a single day while Bengaluru alone registered 3,357 cases on Thursday.

published on : 26th August 2020

Decline in COVID-19 positivity rate despite increasing tests exponentially: Centre

Presenting a mortality analysis on the basis of age and gender, Health Ministry Secretary Rajesh Bhushan said COVID-19 fatalities include 69% male and 31% female.

published on : 26th August 2020

COVID-19 tally in India breaches 31-lakh mark, recovery rate over 75 per cent

According to the ICMR, a cumulative total of 3,59,02,137 samples have been tested up to August 23  with 6,09,917 samples being tested on Sunday.

published on : 24th August 2020

COVID-19 HIGHLIGHTS | Kerala virus tally inches towards 60000 cases

India's COVID-19 caseload mounted to 31,06,348, while the death toll climbed to 57,542 with 836 fatalities being reported in a span of 24-hours, the data showed.

published on : 24th August 2020

India's COVID-19 recovery rate nears 75 per cent, case fatality rate one of the lowest globally at 1.86 per cent

The constantly rising number of recoveries has ensured that the active cases of coronavirus infection, which is the 'actual caseload' of the country, comprises only 23.24 per cent of the total cases.

published on : 24th August 2020

Record 9.18 lakh COVID tests done in last 24 hours as India's recovery rate nears 74 per cent

With constantly increasing testing numbers, there has been a commensurate fall in the positivity rate, the Union Health Ministry said on Thursday.

published on : 20th August 2020
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