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Turkey's strong virus battle vivid in numbers

With its high recovery rate and the number of active cases rapidly declining, the success of Turkish healthcare system against the novel coronavirus has become apparent in numbers.

While active cases and recovery rate stand at 58.03% and 33.76%, respectively in the world, Turkey's recovery rate has climbed to 59.36% and active cases correspond to 36.95%, according to the latest official figures announced on Wednesday.

Since its first confirmed case on March 10, Turkey has so far conducted 1,234,724 diagnosis tests and a total of 131,744 people have tested positive for the virus.

The death toll currently stands at 3,584 and 78,202 people fully recovered from the disease. So far, 10.6% of the tested people in Turkey were diagnosed with COVID-19. The fatality ratio between March 17 -- when the first death was registered -- and May 6 is 2.7%.

The COVID-19 tests aim to diagnose the patients and isolate them from the public to curb the spread of the virus. The public hospitals -- as well as the university and private hospitals, and laboratories -- authorized by the Health Ministry, conduct tests free of charge.

On March 19, the Health Ministry shared data on the number of tests for the first time and said 1,981 people were tested, while a total of 15,422 tests were conducted by the end of March. On April 29, the ministry said 43,498 tests were conducted on that day alone.

The ratios of tests and number of cases are as follows:

Date

Test figures

Case figures

Ratio (%)

March 20

3656

311

8,50

March 21

2970

277

9,32

March 22

1738

289

16,6

March 23

3672

293

7,9

March 24

3952

343

8,6

March 25

5035

561

16,4

March 26

7286

1196

16,4

March 27

7533

2069

27,4

March 28

7641

1704

22,3

March 29

9982

1815

18,2

March 39

11535

1610

13,9

March 31

15422

2704

17,5

April 1

14396

2148

14,9

April 2

18757

2456

13,09

April 3

16160

2786

17,2

April 4

19664

3013

15,3

April 5

20065

3135

15,6

April 6

21400

3148

14,7

April 7

20023

3892

19,4

April 8

24900

4117

16,5

April 9

28578

4056

14.1

April 10

30864

4747

15,3

April 11

33170

5138

15,4

April 12

35720

4789

1340

April 13

34456

4093

11,87

April 14

33070

4062

12,28

April 15

34090

4281

12,55

April 16

40427

4801

11,87

April 17

40270

4353

10.80

April 18

40520

3783

9,33

April 19

35344

3977

11,25

April 20

39703

4674

11,77

April 21

39429

4611

11,69

April 22

37535

3083

8,21

April 23

40962

3116

7,60

April 24

38351

3122

8,14

April 25

38308

2861

7,46

April 26

30177

2357

7,81

April 27

20143

2131

10,57

April 28

29230

2392

8,18

April 29

43498

2936

6,74

April 30

42004

2615

6,22

May 1

41431

2188

5,28

May 2

36318

1983

5,46

May 3

24001

1670

6,95

May 4

35771

1614

4,51

May 5

33283

1832

5,50

May 6

30303

2253

7,43


The number of discharged patients also rose significantly. On March 25, Health Minister Fahrettin Koca said 26 citizens, including two seniors, left the hospital upon full recovery.

Then, the recovery rate in Turkey quickly climbed and number of recovered patients surpassed that of the positive cases on April 24. While 3,122 people were diagnosed with the coronavirus, 3,246 people were discharged following the successful treatment period.

Notably on April 27, a total of 4,651 people recovered, whereas the tally of cases stood at 2,131.

On May 3, the number of total cases was 126,045, while the recovery figure amounted to 63,151, meaning the number of recovered patients was finally ahead of the total infections.

The recovery figures in Turkey go as in the following:

Date

Daily discharge

Total discharge

March 27

42

42

March 28

28

70

March 29

35

105

March 30

57

162

March 31

81

243

April 1

90

333

April 2

82

415

April 3

69

484

April 4

302

786

April 5

256

1042

April 6

284

1326

April 7

256

1582

April 8

264

1846

April 9

296

2142

April 10

281

2423

April 11

542

2965

April 12

481

3446

April 13

511

3957

April 14

842

4799

April 15

875

5674

April 16

1415

7089

April 17

1542

8631

April 18

1822

10453

April 19

1523

11976

April 20

1454

13430

April 21

1488

14918

April 22

1559

16477

April 23

2014

18491

April 24

3246

21737

April 25

3845

25582

April 26

3558

29140

April 27

4651

33791

April 28

5018

38809

April 29

5231

44022

April 30

4846

48886

May 1

4922

53808

May 2

4451

58259

May 3

4892

63151

May 4

5015

68166

May 5

5119

73285

May 6

4917

78202


Intubation, intensive-care figures

Today, a total of 1,278 patients are treated in intensive care units, whereas intubated patients are tallied at 669.

In the past week, the intensive care ratio of patients in comparison to the total number of patients shifted from 1.25% to 0.97%, while the ratio of those receiving treatment through ventilators changed from 0.66% to 0.50%.
 

Turkey and world in comparison

Figures show that Turkey's recovery rate is better in comparison with the overall ratio across the globe.

According to the latest figures collected on May 6, the ratio of active patients in Turkey declined to 36.95% and recovery rate has climbed to 59.36%.

As for the rest of the world, the active case ratio stands at 58.03% and recovery rate is 33.76%.

In Turkey, 0.97% of the patients diagnosed with the virus are receiving treatment in the intensive care units, whereas this figure around the world stands at 1.29%.

Turkish death toll ratio is currently 2.7%, while the global ratio is 6.91%.

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