India Reports 17,336 New COVID Cases, A 30% Increase In 24 Hours; 98.59% Recovery Rate

In the past 24 hours, a total of 17,336 new COVID-19 cases have been reported, bringing the overall number of cases to 4,33,62,294 with a 30% increase.

As COVID cases in India have recently increased, a total of 17,336 new cases have been reported in the past 24 hours, bringing the total to 4,33,62,294 cases, an increase of 30%. Since February 19, when India reported 19,969 cases in a single day, this is also the highest daily increase in Covid infections.

According to the most recent information released by the Union Health Ministry on Friday, June 24, active cases currently stand at 88,284, even though they have reported an increase of 4,294 cases in the past day. The number of fatalities linked to Covid has increased by 13, bringing the total to 5,24,954.

Additionally, the weekly positivity rate was 3.07 percent, and the daily positivity rate was 4.32 percent. The recovery rate is currently 98.59 percent with 13,029 recoveries in the last 24 hours and 4,27,49,056 total recoveries.

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When it comes to state-level statistics, Maharashtra continues to lead the pack by contributing the most infections. The state alone reported 5,218 new cases on Thursday, bringing the overall caseload to 79,50,24. In the previous 24 hours, one death was also reported.

Mumbai alone recorded 2,479 cases, but infection rates there have increased by 60% from earlier in the day.

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A sudden increase in infections has been reported in a number of states recently, in addition to Maharashtra, including Kerala, Uttar Pradesh, Delhi, Tamil Nadu, and West Bengal.

vaccination for COVID-19

According to the Union Health Ministry’s bulletin, the Center’s nationwide vaccination campaign has now raised more than 196.77 crores (1,96,77,33,217). 2,54,91,739 sessions were used to reach the results.

The first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine has been given to more than 3.61 crore (3,61,10,152) adolescents.

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