The Trend Of Decline In The Cases Of Covid-19 Continues

The trend of decline in the cases of Covid-19 in the country continues: COVID-19 Case in India.

After 88 days so few new cases in India, 1422 infected died; Relief from the second wave of Corona. The trend of decline in the cases of Covid-19 in the country continues.

In this sequence, according to the data released by the Union Health Ministry on Monday morning, the lowest number of cases have been registered during the last 24 hours after March 24.

This is the fourth day in the last 2 months when the death toll due to corona infection has been recorded as less than 2 thousand.

In India, 53,256 new cases of corona infection were reported in the last 24 hours and 1422 infected people died. After this, the total number of cases in the country has gone up to 2,99,35,221 and the death toll so far is 3,88,135.

There are currently 7,02,887 active cases in the country. Let us tell you that the number of active cases in the country has gone below 8 lakhs.

According to the Ministry of Health, 78,190 people were discharged during the last 24 hours, after which the number of people who have recovered from the infection so far is 2,88,44,199.

According to the ministry, at present, the daily positivity rate in the country is currently 3.83 percent while the weekly rate is 3.32 percent.

At the same time, the recovery rate has gone up to 96.36 percent.

As of 24 March, 53,476 Covid-19 cases were registered in India. The vaccination campaign was started in the country on January 16 to prevent the deadly infection of coronavirus.

Under this, doses of Covishield and Covaccine are given and now another vaccine, Russia’s Sputnik V has also been added to it.

A total of 28,00,36,898 people have received the vaccine so far in the country, out of which 30,39,996 people took the vaccine in the last 24 hours.

According to the Indian Council of Medical Research, till June 20, 39,24,07,782 samples were tested for corona, out of which 13,88,699 samples were tested only on Sundays.

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