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India reported 20,557 new COVID-19 infections and 40 fatalities in 24 hours

by Pragati Singh
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The Ministry of Health and Family Welfare reported 20,557 new COVID-19 infections in India in the previous 24 hours on Wednesday.

On Tuesday, the country registered 15,528 instances of illness. With the recent increase in COVID-19 infections, India now has 1,45,654 active cases.

According to official data, the country’s current recovery rate from COVID-19 infection is 98.47 percent, with 18,517 recoveries in the previous 24 hours bringing the total number of recoveries to 4,31,32,140.

The death toll has risen to 5,25,825 with 40 more deaths, according to figures updated at 8 a.m.

In India, there are 20,557 new COVID-19 infections and 40 fatalities per 24 hours.

The Ministry of Health and Family Welfare reported 20,557 new COVID-19 infections in India in the previous 24 hours on Wednesday.

On Tuesday, the country registered 15,528 instances of illness. With the recent increase in COVID-19 infections, India now has 1,45,654 active cases.

According to official data, the country’s current recovery rate from COVID-19 infection is 98.47 percent, with 18,517 recoveries in the previous 24 hours bringing the total number of recoveries to 4,31,32,140.

The death toll has risen to 5,25,825 with 40 more deaths, according to figures updated at 8 a.m.

PM Modi congratulated all Indians on reaching the “unique milestone,” saying he is “proud of everyone who helped to making India’s immunisation effort unprecedented in scope and speed.” He went on to say that it has “strengthened the global struggle against COVID-19.”

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“India makes history once more! Congratulations to all Indians on reaching the milestone of 200 crore vaccination doses. Proud of all who helped make India’s immunisation effort unprecedented in volume and speed. This has bolstered the international battle against COVID-19 “PM Modi stated on Twitter.

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