India’s COVID-19 Recovery Rate: Globally coronavirus has spread like a wild hazard within a short span of time and caused havoc and fear among the people. At this time, everyone is now worried about what if they are caught by the coronavirus, will they be recovered from the infection, and how long it will take them to recover. The recovery time period for coronavirus varies as the path for a full recovery to normal health is not the same in every person. Around one million people across the globe have recovered successfully from the trap of coronavirus and the counting is still on. India’s COVID-19 Recovery Rate is at 31.7% and is improving day by day.
Coronavirus Recovery Time
Coronavirus is the slow-burning infection that begins with a minor physical complaint of mild cold and followed by low-grade fever, dry cough, and shortness of breath. In some cases, other symptoms like diarrhea, sore throat, runny nose, fatigue have also recorded. The symptoms develop on an average of 5-6 days after the patient is caught by the COVID-19 infection. It takes around one week to confirm the severity of the virus it could affect the infected patient. The recovery period from COVID-19 may vary from two weeks to five weeks depending on the severity of the infection caused by COVID-19. The recovery may also depend on how the body is responding to the treatment provided to the infected patient.
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The coronavirus usually attacks in the throat, which is why it initially begins with a dry cough or sore throat infection. The serious problems may begin if it migrates to the lungs and this could either increase the recovery time or may lead the patient to death depending on the immune system of the patient and type of treatment provided. If the treatment is provided in its initial stage, the person can recover speedily, however, even after recovery the patient has to be more conscious about his health and the patient should isolate himself until the fever diminishes after three days without medicine which indicates your symptoms are doing better. And if it’s been at least seven days since your symptoms started and two negative COVID-19 tests within two consecutive days are reported.
India’s COVID-19 Recovery Rate
The Union Health Minister Dr Harsh Vardhan said ‘Covid-19 recovery rate at 31.7%, getting better every day’
— ANI (@ANI) May 12, 2020
Kerala has a remarkable recovery rate of 94.22 percent, states like Tamil Nadu (25.63 percent), West Bengal (24.19 percent), Maharashtra (20.45 percent) and Punjab (8.95 percent) are behind the national average on recovery rate.
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What did WHO Reports say?
According to the reports from WHO: “The approximate time from onset to complete clinical recovery for mild patients of COVID-19 is around 2 weeks. For patients with severe or critical reports of infection, this period could be extended to 3-6 weeks.” Based on recent clinical reports, the symptoms could appear as soon as within three days after exposure to the virus and can reside in the infected body as long as for 13 days after recovery. According to the resources, the time period from onset to the development of the severe disease is a maximum of 1 week and Among those who have died due to this infection, the time ranges from 2-8 weeks.
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What after recovery?
Studies also reveal that a portion of recovered coronavirus patients may be the carrier to the virus, therefore patients are advised to quarantine themselves in their homes for the next 5-7 days after their recovery. So it’s advised to be alert and takes precautions after their recovery as there could chances the virus can attack you twice and may harm people around you.