India Coronavirus Cases Update: in country corona virus Although the pace of coronavirus cases has slowed down, cases are still being registered daily. In the last 24 hours, 756 new cases have come to the fore. Union Ministry of Health (Union Ministry of HealthAccording to the released data, now the number of active cases in the country has decreased from 8 thousand 675 to 8 thousand 115.
According to the Ministry of Health, in the last 24 hours, 8 people have lost their lives due to Corona, after which the total number of dead has increased to 5 lakh 31 thousand 832. Whereas, the total number of infected 4.49 crore (4,49,86,461) has been done. The ministry said that active cases now comprise 0.02 percent of the total infections. At the same time, the rate of recovery from Kovid-19 has been recorded at 98.80 percent.
The number of people recovering from corona has increased to 4,44,46,514 while the death rate was recorded at 1.18 percent.
COVID-19 | India reports 756 new cases recorded in the last 24 hours. The current active caseload stands at 8,115.
— ANI (@ANI) May 21, 2023
More than 102.74 crore people took the first dose of Corona
At the same time, more than 220.66 crore people have taken the corona vaccine in the country so far. More than 102.74 crore people have taken the first dose of corona while 95.19 crore people have got the second dose as well. Apart from this, more than 22.72 crore people have also taken booster dose.
Mock drill was run in Corona hospitals
If we look at the figures released by the ministry, the maximum number of corona cases were being registered in Delhi, Kerala and Maharashtra. Seeing these figures, the health department had come on alert mode and realizing the seriousness, mock drills were also conducted in the hospitals. However, later there was a decrease in the cases of corona, after which the state governments including the central government are heaving a sigh of relief.
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