Coronavirus: India reports 15,823 new cases, 226 more fatalities in a day
According to the data released by the Ministry of Health on Wednesday, 15,823 new cases of corona have been reported during the last 24 hours, which is the lowest today after seven months.
New Delhi: The festive season has been started in India and the fear of corona surge is also in discussions. Health Ministry and experts are suggesting to follow the corona protocol in this time. Meanwhile, there is no sudden increase seen in new corona cases. Even during the festive season, there is continuous news of relief regarding the cases of corona.
Corona updates in India:
According to the data released by the Ministry of Health on Wednesday, 15,823 new cases of corona have been reported during the last 24 hours, which is the lowest today after seven months. At the same time, 226 people have died during this period.
However, in the last 24 hours, 22,844 people have also become healthy. At the same time, the biggest relief is that there are now 2,07,653 active corona patients left in India. While the recovery rate has been recorded above 98 per cent, which is the highest since March 2020.
After the latest cases, the total number of corona infection cases in the country has reached 3,40,01,743. Out of this, 3,33,42,901 people have been cured of corona and 4,51,189 people have died. Apart from this, 2,07,653 corona patients are currently undergoing treatment.
Corona in Kerala:
A day earlier, after 224 days i.e. seven and a half months, the lowest number of 14,313 new cases of corona infection were found in the country. These include about seven thousand cases in Kerala and about two thousand cases in Maharashtra. There has been a steep decline in new cases in both the states as compared to the previous days. According to the data updated by the Union Health Ministry at 8 am on Tuesday, 181 people had died in the last one day.
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