India reported 24,337 and 333 deaths from new cases of corona virus disease (COVID-19) in the last 24 hours, according to data from the Union Health Ministry on Monday morning as the country continues to see a drop in daily epidemics. This is the eighth day in a row that there have been less than 30,000 to 40,000 daily infections in the country in the last 21 days. The virus has so far killed 145,810 people in the country and 9,606,111 people have recovered from the disease.
With an average of only 351 Govt-19 deaths reported between December 14-20, India continues to be one of the lowest deaths per million, according to the Ministry of Health. One week ago, an average of 450 daily Govt-19 deaths were reported from December 7-3. “#IndiaFightsCorona India has one of the lowest mortality / million population in the world (105.4). Focused measures including target testing, early detection, timely isolation and immediate hospitalization and standard treatment protocol ensure daily deaths below 400,” he said. Has tweeted.
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India’s active cassette dropped to 303,639 on Monday, which is due to the trend of recovery beyond new cases and the low number of deaths per day, the health ministry said. On Sunday, 10 states and union territories accounted for 66 percent of the country’s total activity.
The difference between recovery and active Govt-19 cases is 9,302,472 and the recovery rate on Monday was 95.53%. On Sunday, 74.68% of newly recovered cases were concentrated in 10 states and union territories. Of the 4,749 cases newly recovered, 3,119 were recovered in Maharashtra and 2,717 in West Bengal on Sunday, the health ministry said.
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On Sunday, 76.62% of new cases were concentrated in 10 states and union territories, with Kerala having the highest number of daily cases at 6,293. There are 3,940 infections in Maharashtra.
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Union Health Minister Harsh Vardhan said that India could start vaccinating the people against Govt-19 in January and that the safety and effectiveness of the vaccine was the first priority of the government. He said the center has been working with state governments for the past four months for products related to the Govt-19 vaccine in the country.
“For the last four months, the central government has been preparing with the state governments at the state, district and even constituency level. We have been preparing for the last four months, ”the minister told ANI in an exclusive interview.