India Reports Over 25K Coronavirus Cases In Last 24 Hrs, Lowest In 160 Days

Corona Update: India has reported  25,072 new Covid cases in the last 24 hours. The Union Health Ministry informed that 44,157 patients have recovered from the virus and the country witnessed 389 deaths due to Coronavirus in the last 24 hrs.The country has recorded the lowest number of new Covid cases in 160 days and the active cases account for 1.03% of total cases, the lowest since March 2020.India’s recovery rate has increased to 97.63% which is the highest since March 2020.Total cases: 3,24,49,306Total recoveries: 3,16,80,626Active cases: 3,33,924Death toll: 4,34,756  Total vaccinated: 58,25,49,595 (7,95,543 in last 24 hours)
MaharashtraMaharashtra recorded 4,141 fresh Covid-19 infections and 145 deaths on Sunday, taking the coronavirus tally in the state to 6,424,651 and the death toll to 135,962.Mumbai’s Covid tally reached 741,164, including 15,947 deaths with 294 infections and one fatality reported on Sunday, as reported by the Health Ministry. It was the first time since March 2020, when the pandemic first broke out last year, that the metropolis reported just a single Covid-19 fatality.There were 167,881 Covid tests done in the state on Sunday, while the number of recoveries clocked 4,780. The total number of active patients in Maharashtra currently stands at 53,182, with Pune accounting for 12,069 of these followed by 6,980 in Thane and 6,974 at Satara. Pune has also seen 18,853 Covid-19 deaths, the most in the state followed by Mumbai- 15,947 and Thane-11,237.
Tamil NaduTamil Nadu continued to record a dip in the number of daily cases as the state added 1,630 fresh infections on Sunday, pushing its tally to 26,00,885. As many as 23 people have succumbed to the disease, taking the toll to 34,709 so far, a medical bulletin said. Recoveries eclipsed new infections with 1,827 people getting discharged in the last 24 hours, aggregating to 25,47,005 leaving 19,171 active infections. A total of 1,55,607 samples were tested in the last 24 hours, pushing the cumulative number of specimens examined to 4.09 crore till date.

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