The number of active diseases in the country has also been steadily rising in recent days. Active cases of coronavirus increased to 12,727,073. Active cases reached 3.48%. in all cases.
New Delhi: The country has again seen an increase in daily cases of coronavirus. There have been 2,648,202 new cases of coronavirus reported in the country in the last 24 hours. More than 2.47 thousand were reported yesterday. cases of coronavirus. At the same time, there is also an increase in the overall number of Omicron cases in the country. The number of Omicron cases increased to 5753. Compared to yesterday, the number of Omicron cases increased by 4.83%.
The number of active diseases in the country has also been steadily rising in recent days. Active cases of coronavirus increased to 12,727,073. Active cases reached 3.48%. in all cases. In terms of recovering from coronary infection, the number of patients recovering in the country in the last day has reached 1,039,345, and a total of 3,448,246 people have recovered from coronavirus to date. With that, the recovery rate reached 95.20 percent.
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The daily positivity rate in the country does not follow. The daily positivity rate reached 14.78 percent and the weekly positivity rate reached 11.83 percent.
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With the increase in coronavirus cases, the central government is constantly emphasizing the increase in vaccination. A total of 155.39 million have been injected so far under the nationwide vaccination program. Also in the country so far a total of 69.90 million. At the same time, 17,847,457 surveys were conducted in the country in the last day.
There may be less than 25,000 cases of coronavirus in Delhi today, with 88% of hospital beds empty.
There were 28,867 cases of Kovido registered in Delhi on Thursday. This is the highest number of cases recorded per day in the state since the start of a pandemic. In addition, 31 people died in the state from Covide on Thursday, with a positivity rate of 29.21 percent.
New Delhi: With the daily increase in coronavirus cases in the country, Delhi’s health minister Satyendar Jain has expressed hope that less than 25,000 coronavirus cases could enter the capital today. He also said about 88% of hospital beds are free. He also said about 75 percent of patients who died from coronavirus had not been vaccinated.
According to the Department of Health, 28,867 cases of Kovido were registered in Delhi on Thursday. This is the highest number of cases recorded per day in the state since the start of a pandemic. In addition, 31 people died in the state from Covide on Thursday, with a positivity rate of 29.21 percent.
The previous biggest daily increase in Delhi was recorded on April 20 last year. – 28 395 cases. According to official data, of the 97 people who died here between January 9 and January 12, 70 were not vaccinated, 19 took only the first dose, and eight received both doses of the vaccine.
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Jain said: “About 75 percent of people who die from coronavirus have not been given a single dose of the vaccine. Vaccination is important. There are also cases where people had serious illnesses before developing Kovid-19.” that there are more than 13,000 beds available in the city’s hospitals.
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