The central Government has been announced that the nation is going to set to flatten down the curve of transmission. The recovery rate has been increased to 20%. Though there are 1200 new cases of COVID-19 has been reported on Thursday, the central is saying that they are near to slowing down.
Union Health Ministry data says that India has reported more than 21,000 cases COVID-19, 686 deaths along. The data also said that there 4,325 people have been recovered from the infection, since the first case detected on January 30.
The nation is ready for any circumstances in the future outbreak of this virus infection. The centre has been boosting up the medical facilities. Better arrangements for rapid testing have been conducted in the hospitals to combat the COVID-19.
The Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) has been stated the current situation as stable and the infection has been decreasing in a linear line. The testing is also ramping up consistently, though it is not good enough for development.
ICMR director-general Dr Balram Bhargava has said the situation is going steady and the curve is flattening. Amid this epidemiology, the strategy is working to contain the fatality to a particular level. In the period of post-lockdown, the new cases of positive patients were increased 16 times, whereas amid this lockdown the number of new cases increased only to 24 times.