Corona, which had stopped the world for the last two years, but now the situation is slowly improving. Corona cases are gradually decreasing in the country, in the last one day only 21,257 cases have been reported inside the country. Which is about 5.2 percent less than in the past, if we talk about the corona cases that have come to the country so far, then this figure has reached 3 crore, 39 lakh, 15 thousand 569. There is still a strong wave of corona in some states like Kerala and Maharashtra.
According to the Ministry of Health, the cases of corona are decreasing, the number of patients in the country has come down to just 2,40,221. Meanwhile, about 271 patients have lost their lives due to corona, so far 4,50,127 people have lost their lives in the country due to corona.
Latest figures from the Ministry of Health
A total of 21,257 new cases have come in 24 hours.
A total of 24,963 patients went home after recovering in 24 hours.
A total of 271 people lost their lives from Corona in 24 hours.
50,17,753 people got vaccinated in 24 hours
Active Cases in India 2,40,221
Total people who died in Corona 4,50,127
So far 93 crore people have got the vaccine in the country
The recovery rate of common people from Corona has gone up to 97.96 percent. In the last one day, 24,963 people have recovered and gone to their respective homes, so far the number of people recovered from corona in the country has reached 3,32,25,221 and it is increasing continuously. According to the Ministry of Health, 85.67 percent of the total corona cases in the country have come from only 5 states. Highest 57.81 percent cases have come from Kerala, apart from this 2,681 cases have also come from Maharashtra. Along with this, 1,080 have come from Mizoram and 1,390 from Tamil Nadu. In Kerala, 141 have died in the last 24 hours, while in Maharashtra 49 people have died due to corona.
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High Court notice to Center and Delhi Government
Recently, four women had filed a petition in the Delhi High Court for setting up separate wards and care centers in hospitals for pregnant women so that pregnant women can be protected from corona infection. While hearing the matter, the Delhi High Court has issued notices to the Center and the Delhi Government, in which they have given two weeks time to the governments to file an affidavit.
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