It was found that the daily positive rate was 0.32 percent, while the weekly positivity rate was 0.26 percent, according to the Union health ministry. COVID-19
According to data from the Union health ministry, India’s COVID-19 total jumped to 4,30,40,947 on Saturday, with 975 more persons testing positive for the viral disease, while the number of active cases increased to 11,366, according to the data.
According to the latest data available at 8 a.m., the death toll has risen to 5,21,747, with four more fatalities.
The number of current cases is 0.03 percent of the overall number of infections. According to the Ministry of Health, the national COVID-19 recovery rate remained at 98.76 percent.
In the course of 24 hours, an increase of 175 cases has been noted in the caseload of the active COVID-19 investigation.
As reported by the Ministry of Education, the daily positivity rate was 0.32 percent, and the weekly positivity rate was 0.26 percent.
The number of patients who have recovered from the disease has increased to 4,25,07,834, according to official figures. Moreover, the case mortality rate is 1.21 percent, according to the report.
The total number of COVID-19 vaccine doses provided in the country so far under the universal immunisation programme has surpassed 186.38 crore, according to official figures.
India’s COVID-19 tally had reached 20 lakh on August 7, 2020, 30 lakh on August 23, 40 lakh on September 5, and 50 lakh on September 16, according to the latest available figures. It exceeded the 60 lakh milestone on September 28, then the 70 lakh mark on October 11, then the 80 lakh mark on October 29, then the 90 lakh mark on November 20, and finally the one-crore mark on December 19.
Sadly, India reached the dreadful 2 crore mark on May 4, 2021, and the 3 crore mark on June 23, 2021.
One death each from Haryana, Maharashtra, Mizoram, and Odisha has been added to the list of recent fatalities.
There have been a total of 5,21,747 deaths reported in the country so far. Of those, 1,47,827 were from Maharashtra, 68,402 were from Kerala, 40,057 from Karnataka, 38,025 from Tamil Nadu, 26,158 were from Delhi, 23,499 were from Uttar Pradesh, and 21,200 were from West Bengal, according to official figures.
The health ministry stated that comorbidities were the cause of more than 70% of the deaths reported.
In a statement on its website, the ministry stated that “our data are now being reconciled with the Indian Council of Medical Research,” and that the state-by-state distribution of figures is subject to further verification and reconciliation after that.