India's 2.15% Covid fatality rate is at it's low

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 Rohit Shishodia
India’s Covid case fatality rate has further fallen to 2.15%, which is the lowest since March 24, 2020, when the first lockdown was imposed  to contain the deadly pandemic.

According to an Indian Health Ministry report, India continues to maintain the record of registering and maintaining the lowest Covid-19 mortality rate at the global platform. The fatality rate has been continuously falling from around 3.33% in mid-June 2020.

The ministry has said that this is a testimony to the focused, coordinated, pre-emptive, graded and evolving “Test Track Treat” strategy and efforts of the centre along with the states and union territories governments.

The ministry further added the government has emphasized on early detection through aggressive testing and effective clinical management of the hospitalized cases. This has resulted in the continuously falling Case Fatality Rate indicating that India has been able to successfully contain the fatality rate of Covid-19. The 3-tier hospital infrastructure with seamless patient management has ensured prompt triaging and treatment.


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