New Delhi: The Union Health Ministry on Sunday (July 5, 2020) informed that there are 21 States/UTs with a recovery rate of more than the national average, which is 60.77%.
According to the latest COVID-19 health bulletin, the number of COVID-19 recovered cases across India has increased to 4,09,082 as of Sunday.
A total of 14,856 COVID-19 patients have been cured in the last 24 hours.
Chandigarh tops the list with a recovery rate of 85.9% followed by Ladakh at 82.2% and Uttarakhand at 80.9%.
Here is the complete list of all 21 States/UTs with their recovery rates:
The number of active cases across India is at 2,44,814, while the total tally stands at 6,73,165.
India recorded its highest single-day spike as well as COVID-19 fatalities on Saturday as there were 24,850 fresh infections and 613 deaths.
This was the fourth straight day of a record rise in confirmed cases as more than 23,500 cases were reported on July 3 and July 4.
The death count now stands at 19,268.
Maharashtra with 2,00,064 confirmed cases is the worst-hit place in India while Tamil Nadu on the second spot has 1,07,001 cases.
Delhi has a total of 97,200 COVID-19 infections followed by Gujarat at 35,312 cases.