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India's active coronavirus caseload dropped to below 5 per cent of the total number of confirmed infections on Friday. The national recovery rate, as per the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare (MoHFW), now stands at 93.58 per cent.

As of November 19, India has 4,43,303 active cases of Covid-19 while 83,83,602 patients have been discharged from medical facilities across the country after recovering from the infection. This means that India's active caseload consists of merely 4.95 per cent of the country's total confirmed cases.

The novel coronavirus has claimed 1,31,578 lives in India to date, as many as 585 in the last 24 hours.

The country on Friday recorded as many as 48,493 new recoveries within a period of 24 hours. On the other hand, 45,576 fresh cases were reported on the same day. The total number of daily recoveries in India has remained higher than the single-day rise in Covid-19 cases for 47 days now.

Only 10 Indian states and UTs accounted for 77.27 per cent of the total recoveries reported on Friday. Kerala topped the list with 7,066 new recoveries followed by Delhi with 6,901 recoveries and Maharashtra where 7,066 patients recovered in the last 24 hours.

India's tally of confirmed coronavirus cases currently stands at 89.58 lakh.

Out of the 45,576 fresh cases of infection reported on Friday, 10 states and UTs accounted for 77.28 per cent of these cases. Delhi recorded 7,486 fresh cases followed by Kerala with 6,419 and Maharashtra with 5,011 new cases of Covid-19.
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