Corona Updates: Single day increase of 18,177 new COVID-19 cases
According to the data released by the Health Ministry at 8 am on Sunday, 18 thousand 177 cases of corona have been reported in the last 24 hours.
India has received some more relief in the ongoing war against the Corona epidemic. The number of patients recovering daily from the infected remains constant and the number of deaths due to the epidemic has also decreased.
Over 18 thousand new cases:
According to the data released by the Health Ministry at 8 am on Sunday, 18 thousand 177 cases of corona have been reported in the last 24 hours. At the same time, 20 thousand 923 patients recovered and 217 people died. A total of nine lakh 58 thousand 125 sample tests were conducted during this period.
According to the Ministry of Health, one crore three lakh 23 thousand 965 cases of total corona have been reported so far in the country. Out of these, two lakh 47 thousand 220 are active cases. 99 lakh 27 thousand 310 patients have been cured.
At the same time, one lakh 49 thousand 435 patients have died due to infection. There are 2.39 percent active cases of total cases in the country. At the same time 96.16 percent patients have been cured. Death rate is 1.45 percent. So far 17 crore 48 lakh 99 thousand 783 sample tests have been done.
Corona Updates in India:
There were 3,218 new cases and 51 deaths in Maharashtra in the last 24 hours. The Health Department said that there are now 53,137 active cases in the state. So far, 18,34,935 people have recovered, while a total of 49,631 people have died. In Kerala, 5,328 new cases were reported on Friday. At the same time 4,985 patients recovered and 21 deaths occurred.
With this, the total number of active cases in the state now stands at 65,374. According to the Delhi Health Department, 494 new cases of corona were reported in Delhi on Friday and 496 patients recovered and 14 people died. Now the total number of positive cases has increased to 6,26,448, while the death toll has risen to 10,571. There are currently 5,342 active cases.