547 new cases of Covid-19 reported In the last 24 hours
547 new cases of Covid-19 reported In the last 24 hours

Coronavirus Update Today: 547 new cases of Covid-19 have been recorded in India within the past 24 hours. In total, 4,46,66,924 Corona virus infections have been reported in the nation. But it is a comfort that for the first time since April 2022, fewer than a thousand instances of Covid-19 each day have been reported throughout the nation. 540 cases of Covid-19 were documented in the nation as of April 8, 2020.

Number of active patients decreased to 9,468

The number of deaths caused by corona infection in Maharashtra has risen to 5,30,532, according to the most recent information made public by the Union Health Ministry as of 8 am on Monday. At the same time, there are now 9,468 fewer active patients. The number of patients who are actively seeking care has decreased by 10,000 for the first time since April 2020. Statistics show that only 0.02 percent of all infection cases are active patients and that Covid-19 recovery rates have risen to 98.79 percent.

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In the last 24 hours, 2,839 patients beat Corona

There has been a 2,839-patient drop in the number of Covid-19 patients receiving therapy over the past 24 hours. With a 1.19 percent death rate, there are now 4,41,26,924 individuals who are recovering from this illness.

219.80 crore doses were given under the vaccination drive

These cases had reached one crore in the nation by December 19, 2020. On May 4 of last year, there were over two crore sick people, and on June 23, 2021, there were over three crores. More than four crore cases of illness were reported on January 25 of this year. In the countrywide vaccination program against COVID-19, 219.80 crore doses have already been administered.

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