25 Jun 2022

India Records 15,940 New COVID-19, 20 Covid Dies In 24 Hours: Center

India's Covid infection statistics rose by 15,940 per day to 4,33,78,234 while the effective number increased to 91,779, according to the Union Department of Health data updated today.
The death toll rose to 5,24,974 and another 20 people died, details updated at 8 p.m.

Active cases increased by 3,495 percent per day and now accounted for 0.21 percent of total infections, and the national COVID-19 detection rate was recorded at 98.58 percent, the Department of Health said.

The daily positivity level was recorded at 4.39 percent while the weekly rate was 3.30 percent, according to the health department.

The number of people infected with the disease has risen to 4,27,61,481, with a mortality rate of 1.21 percent.

According to the department, 196.94 crore doses of the Covid vaccine have been delivered to the country so far.

 India’s COVID-19 figures had surpassed the 20 lakh mark on August 7, 2020, 30 lakh on August 23, 40 lakh on September 5 again. 50 lakh on September 16. Passed 60 lakh on September 28, 70 lakh on October 11, and 80 lakh on October 29, 90 lakh on November 20, exceeding one crore mark on December 19.

The country fell to a tough two-crore on May 4, three crore on June 23 and four crore on January 25 this year.

Of the other 20 dead, 11 were from Kerala, three were from Maharashtra, two were from West Bengal and one was from Bihar, Delhi, Punjab and Rajasthan.

A total of 5,24,974 5,24,974 people have been reported dead in the country, including 1,47,896 in Maharashtra, 69,935 in Kerala, 40,114 in Karnataka, 38,026 in Tamil Nadu, 26,243 in Delhi, 23,532 in Uttar, 23,532 in Uttar 24 and 23,532 in Uttar. . .

The Department of Health has stressed that more than 70 percent of deaths are due to concomitant complications.

"Our statistics are integrated with the Indian Council of Medical Research," the Department said on its website, adding that the government's strategic distribution of statistics depends on further verification and reconciliation.

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