COVID-Is your State high on recovery? Check now

COVID-Is your State high on recovery? Check now
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We calculate recovery rate in your State by dividing total recovered by total recovered plus total dead. So if your State’s recovery rate is 99% it means, excluding current active cases, 99% of the people have currently recovered and just 1% have died.

The 5 States when it comes to best recovery rate

  1. Tripura- No Deaths Reported so Far, 165 Cases recovered
  2. Kerala – 98.9% Recovery, 532 cases recovered, 6 deaths
  3. Odisha – 98.9% Recovery, 649 cases recovered, 7 deaths
  4. Tamil Nadu – 98.7% Recovery, 8731 cases recovered, 119 deaths
  5. Bihar – 98.3% Recovery, 733 recovered, 13 deaths

Amongst the Top 5, Tamil Nadu is remarkable given the number of cases. The other remarkable thing is the mix of States. 3 of the 5 States are Poor, 2 are affluent.

The 5 States when it comes to worst recovery rate

  1. Bengal- 83.6% Recovery, 1414 Cases recovered, 278 deaths
  2. Gujarat – 88.2% Recovery, 6636 cases recovered, 888 deaths
  3. Maharashtra – 90.3% Recovery, 15786 cases recovered, 1695 deaths
  4. Madhya Pradesh – 92.3% Recovery, 3571 cases recovered, 300 deaths
  5. Karnataka – 94.1% Recovery, 705 recovered, 44 deaths

In this list too, it is remarkable to see so many affluent States and just one Poor State and One Middle Income State.

Rest of the States are as follows

Haryana – 98% Recovery, 802 cases recovered, 16 deaths

Punjab – 98% Recovery, 1913 cases recovered, 40 deaths

Jharkhand – 97.4% Recovery, 148 cases recovered, 4 deaths

J&K – 97.2% Recovery, 809 cases recovered, 23 deaths

Andhra – 97.1% Recovery, 1892 cases recovered, 56 deaths

Rajasthan – 96.1% Recovery, 4056 cases recovered, 165 deaths

Delhi – 96.1% Recovery, 6771 cases recovered, 276 deaths

Uttar Pradesh – 95.6% Recovery, 3660 cases recovered, 169 deaths

Telangana – 95.4% Recovery, 1164 cases recovered, 56 deaths

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