Coronavirus: Single day rise of 1,68,063 new COVID-19 infections

According to the Ministry of Health, 69,959 patients have also been cured across the country in the last 24 hours.

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Published on 11 Jan 2022 6:11 AM GMT

Coronavirus: Single day rise of 1,68,063 new COVID-19 infections
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New Delhi: 1,68,063 new cases of corona virus infection have been reported in the country and 277 deaths have been registered in the last 24 hours. After the new cases, the number of active cases has increased to 8,21,446, which is 2.29 percent of the total infected in the country.

Corona latest Update:

According to the data of the Union Health Ministry, the total number of infected in the country has increased to 3,58,75,790, out of which 3.45 crore have been cured. There has been a slight decrease in new cases of infection compared to Monday. Yesterday there were 1.79 lakh cases of infection.


According to the Ministry of Health, 69,959 patients have also been cured across the country in the last 24 hours. The recovery rate in the country is currently 96.36 percent. At the same time, after the death of 277 more patients, the number of people who lost their lives to covid-19 has gone up to 4,84,213, which is 1.35 percent of the total cases.

15.79 lakh sample tested:

The positivity rate in new cases was recorded at 10.64%. At the same time, the weekly positivity rate has increased to 8.85 percent. According to the Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR), 15.79 lakh samples were tested across the country on Sunday. So far, more than 69.31 crore samples have been tested in the country.


On Monday, 428 patients infected with the new variant Omicron of covid-19 were confirmed. The number of people infected with this new variant in the country is also spreading rapidly.

According to the data of the Ministry of Health, 4,461 cases of Omicron have been reported so far, in which 1,711 people have also been cured. Maharashtra has the highest number of infected with Omicron variants at 1,247, Rajasthan 645, Delhi 546, Karnataka 479, Kerala 350, Uttar Pradesh 275 and Gujarat 236. So far, cases of Omicron variants have been registered in 28 states and union territories of the country.

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