There are still more than 2.5 lakh cases of Coronavirus in India. As compared to Thursday, however, the number of new cases has decreased. Data released on Friday shows that 2,51,209 new cases of COVID-19 were registered in the country during the last 24 hours. The number is 12 percent lower than the new cases reported on Thursday. 2,86,384 cases of infection were reported yesterday.
The Ministry of Health reports that 627 patients died from infections in the last 24 hours. There have been 4,92,327 deaths in the country as a result of Corona.
Active cases also decreased due to more patients recovering than new cases during the last 24 hours. Currently, 21,05,611 patients in the country are undergoing treatment for Corona. Active Cases account for 5.18 percent of all cases. The recovery rate is 93.60 percent.
The numbers show that 3,47,443 patients were cured in a day, a good thing. 3,802,471 people have successfully fought the infection so far.
There are currently 15.88 percent daily infections and 17.47 percent weekly infections. As of today, 72.37 crore Corona tests have been conducted across the nation, including 15,82,307 in the past 24 hours.
Omicron becomes dominant variant after Delta outbreak
The Center reports that most cases of Coronavirus coming out in the country now are Omicron variants, and currently it is the dominant variant. Over the last month, most cases in the country have been of Omicron. At the same time, the government acknowledged that the delta variant continues to spread in large numbers.
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