West Bengal: Record 3,865 cases added, recovery rate takes a big hit

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    West Bengal: Record 3,865 cases added, recovery rate takes a success

    By: Express News Service|Kolkata |

    October 18, 2020 3: 35: 23 am





    west bengal covid, west bengal covid cases, west bengal covid cases toll, west bengal covid death toll, west bengal covid news, indian express news The state health department stated 2,405 patients were still in government quarantine, while 92,571 individuals are isolated in your home. (Representational)

    West Bengal’s recovery rate dropped considerably on Saturday as the state signed up a record number of Covid-19 cases for the 3rd straight day.

    The case count went up to 3,17,053 after 3,865 infections were reported.

    As a result, the discharge rate dropped from 87.73 per cent to 87.66 percent despite the fact that 3,183 patients recovered.

    According to the health publication, the active caseload increased to 33,121, a day after crossing 32,000 At the start of the month, there were 26,552 patients in the state.

    The statewide toll, meanwhile, neared 6,000 as 61 deaths took it as much as 5,992

    More than 55 percent of the current cases and 45 deaths took place in the pandemic epicentre in South Bengal comprising Kolkata; its neighbouring districts South 24 Parganas, North 24 Parganas and Howrah; and Hooghly.

    Among these districts, the worst hit are the capital city and North 24 Parganas, where the active case count crossed 7,000 on Saturday.

    While both Purba and Paschim Medinipur signed up increases in their high active caseloads– Purba Medinipur at present has 1,266 clients while its neighbouring district has 1,301 active cases– the scenario in Paschim Bardhaman has actually degraded this week.

    The district now has 1,016 clients.

    Nadia, the other South Bengal district with an enormous active caseload (1,362), did not register a boost in the variety of clients, but tape-recorded 4 deaths.

    In North Bengal, the scenario continued to worsen in Malda, where active cases increased to951 It is followed by Darjeeling with 856 cases, and Jalpaiguri with 813 clients.

    According to the health publication, in which figures are updated till 9 am, 43,428 samples were tested in 24 hours. The test positivity report increased partially to 8.03 percent.

    The state health department said 2,405 patients were still in government quarantine, while 92,571 individuals are isolated in your home.

    There are 1,237 individuals in safe homes.

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