COVID-19 UPDATE: The number of deaths in India has dropped along with new cases of coronavirus and 222222 new cases have been registered in the last 24 hours, during which 14707070 people have lost their lives.
New Delhi: The second wave of coronavirus in India is now under control and the number of new cases as well as the number of deaths is declining significantly. There have been 62,000 new cases of Covid-19 in India in the last 24 hours, and 1,400 people have died during this period.
The total number of victims has reached 2.9 crore
According to WorldMeter, 62,226 people have been infected with the coronavirus in the last 24 hours across the country, and 14,470 people have died due to the epidemic. Since then, the total number of infected people in the country has increased to 2 crore 969 lakh 32 thousand 211, and so far 3 lakh 9 thousand 601 people have died.
Corona active cases have been less than 9 lakh in the country
A growing number of people in India have recovered from the epidemic. In the last 24 hours, cases of chronovirus in India have recovered 1.0 lakh lakh people in the country for the 32nd day in a row. 634 people. At the same time 6 lakh thousand 2 thousand 2 in the country. Patients are treating patients.
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Daily figures have risen from 4.14 lakh to 62 thousand
In May, the highest number of 4.14 lakh new cases was reported in India, which has now come down to 622,000. At the same time, the death toll has dropped to 1400. In addition to these, the number of active cases (coronavirus active cases) has come down from 3 lakhs to 9 lakhs. After about 655 days, there are less than 1 million active cases in the country.
So far 25% have been vaccinated
According to the Union Ministry of Health and Family Welfare (MOHFW), 25 crore 90 lakh 44 thousand 72 doses have been given so far (June 15, 7 am) across the country. So far 21 crore 1 lakh 66 thousand 6 746 first doses have been given in the country, while 4 crore 6 lakh 77 thousand 366 people have taken both doses of this vaccine.