Photos: Only 6.55% active Covid-19 cases in India; recoveries at 7.6 million

UPDATED ON NOV 03, 2020 06:19 PM IST
At a coronavirus testing centre in Amar Colony, New Delhi on November 2. According to the Health Ministry’s data updated on November 3, India’s active caseload of coronavirus disease stood at 6.55% of the total positive cases in the country. (Vipin Kumar / HT Photo)
Passengers wearing face masks wait their turn to give samples for coronavirus test after arriving at Hazrat Nizamuddin Railway Station in New Delhi on October 30. The report also mentioned that in a span of just two months, the percentage of active cases has reduced more than 3 times. On 3rd September, the percentage of active cases was 21.16%. (Biplov Bhuyan / HT Photo)
A Mumbai Police personnel takes a selfie with kids on occasion of Eid-e-Milad outside at Byculla in Mumbai on October 30. Between November 2 and 3, 58,323 patients were discharged from hospitals or completed their home recuperation, HT reported. (HT Photo)
Nuns walk back after collecting swab test reports near a mobile Covid-19 testing clinic in Kolkata on October 30. (Adibyangshu Sarkar / AFP)
A worker sanitizes a boat at Sukhna Lake in Chandigarh on November 1. India continues to add a considerable tally to the coronavirus caseload, which according to the Union Ministry is a result of the peak of festive season – which has brought people out to the streets in violation of the basic code of Covid-19 safe behaviour. (Keshav Singh / HT Photo)
A view inside a DTC bus a day after services were expanded to run at full capacity in Laxmi Nagar, New Delhi on November 2. With the rising new cases, the government plans to focus on testing, contact tracing and treatment of the virus, especially in Delhi where the city has seen a heavy resurgence of cases in the past couple of weeks. (Raj K Raj / HT PHOTO)
People line up to receive free food distributed by a non-government organization outside a Covid-19 designated hospital in Bengaluru on October 31. According to HT’s report, 7,603,121 people have recovered so far from the infection, with Kerala and Karnataka having contributed the highest number to the recoveries with more than 8,000 cases. (Aijaz Rahi / AP)
People visit City Church Cemetery as they observe All Souls’ Day to commemorate and to pray for the departed loved ones in Pune on November 2. So far, 123,097 people have succumbed to the virus with 496 deaths in the past 24 hours. (Pratham Gokhale / HT Photo)

At a coronavirus testing centre in Amar Colony, New Delhi on November 2. According to the Health Ministry’s data updated on November 3, India’s active caseload of coronavirus disease stood at 6.55% of the total positive cases in the country. (Vipin Kumar / HT Photo)

Passengers wearing face masks wait their turn to give samples for coronavirus test after arriving at Hazrat Nizamuddin Railway Station in New Delhi on October 30. The report also mentioned that in a span of just two months, the percentage of active cases has reduced more than 3 times. On 3rd September, the percentage of active cases was 21.16%. (Biplov Bhuyan / HT Photo)

A Mumbai Police personnel takes a selfie with kids on occasion of Eid-e-Milad outside at Byculla in Mumbai on October 30. Between November 2 and 3, 58,323 patients were discharged from hospitals or completed their home recuperation, HT reported. (HT Photo)

Nuns walk back after collecting swab test reports near a mobile Covid-19 testing clinic in Kolkata on October 30. (Adibyangshu Sarkar / AFP)

A worker sanitizes a boat at Sukhna Lake in Chandigarh on November 1. India continues to add a considerable tally to the coronavirus caseload, which according to the Union Ministry is a result of the peak of festive season – which has brought people out to the streets in violation of the basic code of Covid-19 safe behaviour. (Keshav Singh / HT Photo)

A view inside a DTC bus a day after services were expanded to run at full capacity in Laxmi Nagar, New Delhi on November 2. With the rising new cases, the government plans to focus on testing, contact tracing and treatment of the virus, especially in Delhi where the city has seen a heavy resurgence of cases in the past couple of weeks. (Raj K Raj / HT PHOTO)

People line up to receive free food distributed by a non-government organization outside a Covid-19 designated hospital in Bengaluru on October 31. According to HT’s report, 7,603,121 people have recovered so far from the infection, with Kerala and Karnataka having contributed the highest number to the recoveries with more than 8,000 cases. (Aijaz Rahi / AP)

People visit City Church Cemetery as they observe All Souls’ Day to commemorate and to pray for the departed loved ones in Pune on November 2. So far, 123,097 people have succumbed to the virus with 496 deaths in the past 24 hours. (Pratham Gokhale / HT Photo)

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According to the Health Ministry’s data updated on November 3, India’s active caseload of coronavirus disease stood at 6.55% of the total positive cases in the country. This came as a big win in the country’s fight with coronavirus as the multiple states continue to report a high daily caseload. According to the Union Ministry, the regular rise in cases is a result of the peak of festive season – which has brought people out to the streets in violation of basic Covid-19 protocol. India’s total coronavirus caseload rests just above 8.26 million cases with 38,310 new cases and 490 deaths reported in the last 24 hours.

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