COVID-19 cases continue downward swing in India

The total tally of COVID-19 cases stands at 30,584,872 and the death total death increased to 402,758 on Monday.

  • PPI Staff

New Delhi: India’s new COVID-19 cases continue to lessen every day. In the last 24 hours the country witnessed 39,796 new infections, it’s the lowest since the outbreak of the second COVID-19 wave on 19 March, according to data from Union Health Ministry. 723 persons succumbed to the deadly disease. The total tally of COVID-19 cases stands at 30,584,872 and the death total death increased to 402,758 on Monday.

Presently there are 4,82,071 active reported cases. A total of 2,97,00,430 people recovered from COVID-19.  India’s recovery rate is 97.11 per cent.

Kerala reported 11,551 new infections, followed by Maharashtra (9,336), Tamil Nadu (3,867), Andhra Pradesh (3,175), Karnataka (1,564), Delhi (94) and West Bengal (1,297). Among the five worst hit states by the deadly COVID-19 virus are Maharashtra (6,098,177), Kerala (2,973,135), Karnataka (2,853,643), Tamil Nadu (2,296,287), and Andhra Pradesh (1,902,923).

In the past 24 hours a total of 14,81,583 people were administered the live-saving COVID-19 vaccine, which increased the number of vaccination to a total of 35,28,92,046.

With the decrease of new infections some States and Union Territories open up public institutions from today onwards, for example Delhi, Uttar Pradesh, Karnataka and Jammu and Kashmir.

Worldwide there are 184,549,082 confirmed cases and 3,993,074 deaths across nearly 200 countries. The US remains the worst-hit country with 34,592,372 cases, followed by India, Brazil, France and Russia.

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