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Jamshedpur’s COVID-19 recovery rate now 94%, 317 patients cured on Friday

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Jamshedpur, Nov 13: Friday again came as relief for Jamshedpur as one COVID-19 death was recorded while 317 people recovered of the virus in a single day which helped climb the recovery rate to 94% for the very first time.   

East Singhbhum district reported 29 positive cases while 317 people recovered of the virus on Friday.

Growth of Coronavirus cases are on the decline in Jamshedpur.

Coronavirus positive cases in Jamshedpur reached 16368 with 29 new cases reported on November 13. The death toll climbed to 362 with one death reported in East Singhbhum district on Friday.

317 people recovered of the virus on Friday taking the total recovery to 15387 while total active cases in Jamshedpur are 619.

East Singhbhum district administration has conducted 124626 test per million in the district. The recovery rate in Jamshedpur is 94 % while the mortality rate is 2.2 %.

So far in Jamshedpur 346873 samples have been collected out of which 331754 have been tested and 315386 have turned out to be negative.

On the other hand, the state has achieved yet another milestone in its battle against Coronavirus as on Friday the total number of active cases of Covid-19 came below the 3500 mark to 3291.

On the other hand the Coronavirus tally in the state on Friday reached to 1,05,781 as 288 new cases of Covid-19 were detected across 22 districts. During the day 4 deaths were reported including 1 each from Bokaro, East Singhbhum, Ramgarh and Ranchi districts as a result of which the overall death count has reached to 921.

The mortality rate among the patients currently stands at 0.87 percent. As per the information provided by the health department the number of active cases in the state was 3,291 while number of cured and discharged cases stood at 1,01,569. The total number of death caused by Coronavirus in the state stood at 921.

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