Active Caseload Below 7 Lakh For First Time After 2 Months
Millennium Post Delhi|October 24, 2020
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Active Caseload Below 7 Lakh For First Time After 2 Months
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NEW DELHI: In a significant milestone India’s active COVID19 caseload has fallen below 7 lakh for the first time after two months (63 days), while the total recoveries have crossed 69 lakhs.

The recovered cases are nearly 10 times more than the active cases, the Union Health Ministry said on Friday. The active caseload was below the 7-lakh mark (6,97,330) last on August 22.

There are 6,95,509 active cases of Coronavirus infections in the country as of Friday, which comprise merely 8.96 per cent of the total caseload, according to ministry data updated at 8 am.

The total recovered cases have surged to 69,48,497 and exceed active cases by 62,52,988 as of date.

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October 24, 2020