COVID-19 cases in India continue to grow, with the country reporting 2,451 new cases (71 more than yesterday) and 54 deaths on Friday.
The Ministry of Health and Family Welfare said today that the country’s overall caseload has risen to 4,30,52,425 as a result of this single-day increase.
On Thursday, Delhi registered 965 COVID-19 cases, Uttar Pradesh recorded 205 cases, Maharashtra recorded 91 cases, and the remaining cases were reported by other states. As of Thursday, India had reported 2,380 cases of COVID-19, including 56 deaths.
The country’s active caseload is now 14,241, accounting for 0.03 percent of all cases.
A single day rise of 54 fatalities today pushed India’s death toll to 5,22,116. Of the 54 fatalities, 48 were reported in Kerala on Thursday.
As a sign of relief, the ministry data said that as many as 1,589 recoveries were logged in the last 24 hours increases thereby taking the total recoveries from this virus to 4,25,16,068. The recovery rate currently is at 98.75 per cent, 0.01 per cent lower than yesterday.
With these details, the ministry data added that the daily positivity rate is at 0.55 per cent. This is because 83.38 crore total tests have been conducted so far to detect the presence of the Coronavirus in individuals of which 4,48,939 tests were conducted in the last 24 hours.
On the front of India’s nationwide vaccination drive, as many as 187.26 crore vaccine doses have been administered so far.
Also read: STUDY SUGGESTED, AUTISM SELF-AWARENESS FROM YOUNG AGE MAY LEAD TO HIGHER QUALITY OF LIFE
Contact us: Facebook