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With 75 percent Recovery Rate, Now Rajasthan is ready to Help Neighbouring States

Rajasthan is showing great vigilance over the COVID-19 investigations. The Rajasthan government has so far conducted more than 5.75 lakh COVID tests. Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot has now announced that in order to help the neighbouring states, Rajasthan will examine 5000 samples of patients of its neighbouring states on daily basis.

PM Modi has also praised the efforts taken up by CM Ashok Gehlot and his government to tackle the coronavirus during his Video conferences with CMs. Rajasthan has been globally recognized and appraised for his impressive ‘Bhilwara Model’ to tackle the coronavirus hotspot.

So far more than 12700 reported cases have been found in Rajasthan, of which 9600 have already been recovered. Among all the states with more than 10000 registered cases, Rajasthan tops the recovery tally with 75 per cent recovery rate. While the national recovery average is 51 per cent, Rajasthan recovery rate is much higher and impressive at 75 per cent. Similarly, while the national mortality rate is at 2.86 per cent, in Rajasthan the rate is much lower at 2.3 per cent.

Rajasthan is registering impressive feats on all the parameters in tackling the corona pandemic.

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