Corona havoc still not over in India, so many cases revealed

New Delhi: The covid menace in India is still continuing. About 10,000 new cases of covid are being reported every day. The health department has released the latest data on Monday. According to statistics, more than 10,000 cases of covid infection have been reported in the country in the last 24 hours and 125 patients have lost their lives. This includes 5,848 cases of coronavirus and 46 deaths in Kerala yesterday.

A total of 3,44,47000  people has been affected by the infection since the beginning of the Covid-19 epidemic. Out of these, 4,63,655 people have lost their lives. The good thing is that so far 3,38,49,000 corona infections have been overcome. The number of covid active cases in the country is about 1.25 lakh. A total of 134,000 people are still infected with covid infection, which is undergoing treatment.

112 core vaccines doses given: The Union Health Ministry has said that till November 14, 112,34,30,000 doses of covid vaccine have been given across the country. Last day 30.20 lakh vaccines have been given. According to the Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR), about 630 million corona tests have been conducted so far. The previous day, 10 lakh covid-19 sample tests were conducted, with a positivity rate of less than 1 percent. The death rate of covid in the country is 1.35 percent, while the recovery rate is 98.26 percent. Active cases are 0.39 percent. India is now ranked 18th in the world in corona active affairs. India ranks second in terms of the total number of infected. While The United States, Brazil has the highest number of deaths in India.

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