India’s daily Covid tally was raised again on Monday as 17,073 new cases were reported in the last 24 hours, which implies that the overall cases now is 4,34,07,046. In the last 24 hours twenty-one more patients had lost their lives and 15,208 recovered from the virus. Therefore the cumulative count of deaths and recoveries reached at 5,25,020 and 4,27,87,606. The number of active cases in the country have risen to 94,420 and loconstitute 0.21% of the total cases. On Monday there was a rapid increase in the number of cases, a 45% increase from Sunday when 11,739 people tested positive for Covid. On the other hand, 25 deaths and 10,917 recoveries were reported on this day.
As per the reports, the country’s daily tally crossed the 17,000-mark and on June 24 with 17,336, was the highest single-day spike since February 20.
Latest updates on the pandemic are mentioned hereby:
- At Maharashtra shuge rise was observed in tally with 6,493 fresh cases reported. The state has the highest overall cases in the country. (over 79 lakh).
- Delhi experienced yet another jump in cases with 1,891 cases recorded on Sunday as compared to 666 infections recorded the previous day.
- Kerala has been another state where the rise in cases has been worrying.
- As per the reports stated by the Union health ministry on Monday, India’s overall Covid recovery rate is at 98.57%.
- The ministry further added that the daily and weekly positivity rates stand at 5.62% and 3.39% respectively. According to the recent reports published by the Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR), 3,03,604 samples were tested for Covid in the last 24 hours, which makes the total count to more than 86.10 crore.
- The overall vaccination coverage in India stands at more than 197.11 crore with 2,49,646 doses administered to eligible beneficiaries as recorded in the last 24 hours. Of the total doses administered, over 4.41 crore beneficiaries have been vaccinated with the precautionary dose.
- In addition to that, the health ministry also stated on Monday that 193.53 crore vaccine doses have been provided to states and Union Territories (UTs) through the Centre’s free-of-cost channel and direct state accession category. Nearly 12 crore doses balance and unused doses are still available with the States and UTs to be administered.