Coronavirus patients in India recover 20 times better than the US, so far more than 39 thousand people cured

Coronavirus patients in India recover 20 times better than the US, so far more than 39 thousand people cured

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The recovery rate of coronavirus victims in India is 20 times better than in the US. In the United States, when the total cases of infection were one lakh, only two percent of people had recovered from the disease, while in India about 40 percent of people have been completely cured. India has a much higher rate of well-being than many countries in the world.

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NITI Aayog CEO Amitabh Kant also tweeted that our situation is much better. He wrote that only two people are dying per million people in the country, while in America it is 275 and in Spain, it is 591. The death rate in India is around three percent and the number of healthy people is constantly increasing.

Where many percents of people became healthy
If we talk about Covid-19 patients being healthy in the world, then two percent in America, 11 in Russia, 14 in Italy, 18 in Turkey, 21 in France, 22 in Spain, 29 in Germany, and 40 percent of coronavirus patients in India have been cured.

It is being said that in India, necessary steps have been taken regarding Corona at the right time. Facilities in hospitals were increased rapidly. For this reason, the infection spread late and the health facilities were corrected and due to awareness, people reached hospitals early and got treatment. The number of youth in India and strengthening their immune system has also helped.

There were fewer deaths from India in the US: In a number of infections, fewer deaths were reported from India in several countries including America and Germany. However, cases increased rapidly in the US and the death toll rose to more than 90 thousand. On the infection of one million, 1073 patients have died in Russia, 1584 in Germany, 2110 in America, 2491 in Turkey, 3163 in India, 7025 in Brazil, 9387 in Spain, 10869 in France, 11591 patients in Italy.

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