- Daily new cases less than 3 lakhs for two consecutive days
- 1,63,232 decrease in active cases in the last 24 hours
- Total vaccination coverage of India is more than 18.44 crores
So far, more than 66 lakh beneficiaries in the age group of 18-44 have been vaccinated.
With the dedication and untiring efforts of all health workers and frontline workers, India has recorded a daily recovery of more than 4 lakh Kovid patients in a day for the first time as a historic achievement.
4,22,436 recoveries were recorded in the last 24 hours.
An average daily recovery of 3,55,944 cases has been reported in the last 14 days. The graph below illustrates the daily recovery over the last 14 days.
2,63,533 new cases were registered in the last 24 hours.
Daily new cases reported in India are now less than three lakhs for the second consecutive day. A net decline of 1,63,232 cases has been reported in active cases in the last 24 hours.
Trajectory and recovered cases of daily new cases of India since 13 March 2021 are shown below.
India’s total recovery has reached 2,15,96,512 today. The national recovery rate has risen to 85.60 percent.
Ten states account for 75.77 percent of the new recovery.
On the other hand, India’s total active cases have fallen to 33,53,765 today. It now accounts for 13.29 percent of the country’s total positive cases.
A total of 8 states account for 69.01 percent of India’s total active cases.
The total number of COVID-19 vaccines introduced in the country under the third phase of the nationwide vaccination campaign has reached about 18.44 crore today.
According to the provisional report at 7 o’clock this morning, a total of 18,44,53,149 vaccines have been administered through 26,87,638 sessions. These include 96,59,441 HCWs who have taken the first dose while 66,52,389 HCWs have received the second dose, 1,45,00,303 FLDW (first dose) 82,17,075 FLDW (second dose) 18–44 age group 59,39,290 Beneficiaries received the first dose, 5,76,64,616 beneficiaries between 45 and 60 years of age received the first dose and 92,43,104 beneficiaries received the second dose. 5,46,64,577 beneficiaries over 60 years of age have received the first dose and 1,79,12,354 beneficiaries have received the second dose.
Ten states account for 66.70 per cent of the total vaccines imposed in the country so far. In the last 24 hours, 6,69,884 beneficiaries in the age group of 18-44 received the first dose of COVID vaccine and the total number of vaccines applied in 36 states / UTs since the commencement of the third phase of the vaccination campaign. 59,39,290 has been done.
15,10,418 vaccines were administered on the 122nd day of the vaccination campaign (May 17, 2021). In 14,447 sessions, 12,67,201 beneficiaries were given the first dose and 2,43,217 beneficiaries received their second dose.
In the last 24 hours, 10 states reported 74.54 percent of new cases. Karnataka recorded the highest number of new cases with 38,603 daily cases while Tamil Nadu stood second with 33,075 new cases per day.
The national mortality rate is currently at 1.10 percent.
In the last 24 hours, 4,329 deaths were recorded.
Ten states account for 75.98 percent of new deaths. Maharashtra recorded the highest number of deaths (1000), while Karnataka with 476 daily deaths ranked second.
In addition, foreign aid of relief supplies is increasingly being approved, distributed and sent to states / union territories to compete with COVID-19. In total, 11,321 Oxygen concentrators, 15,801 Oxygen cylinders, 19 Oxygen Generation Plants, 7,470 Ventilators / Bi PAPs, 5.5 Lakh Remedicivir injections have been delivered / dispatched by road and air so far.
- Panic in the country due to rising deaths from Corona
- More than four lakh patients beat Corona in one day
Although the daily wave of coronation of the second wave of Corona infection in the country is declining, one day there is a panic situation due to the rising figures of deaths. However, active patients are also declining and those recovering from corona are steadily increasing. In the last 24 hours, more than four lakh corona patients have been healthy, which is a record.
According to data released on Tuesday by the Union Health Ministry, 2,63,533 new cases of corona have been reported in the country in a single day, after which the number of infected people in the country so far has increased to 2,52,28,996. At the same time, panic and fear remain due to the death of 4,329 more people due to infection. Despite the decrease in daily cases, the death toll is increasing every day. So far, the number of deaths due to corona infection in the country has increased to 2,78,719. For the last about a week, the process of killing more than 4 thousand people from the corona continues every day. In the last 24 hours, five states have reported the highest number of new cases of corona, among them 38,603 in Karnataka, 33,075 in Tamil Nadu, 26,616 in Maharashtra, 21,402 in Kerala and 19,003 in West Bengal.
About 52.63 percent of new cases have been reported from these five states, of which Karnataka alone accounts for 14.65 percent of new cases. While Maharashtra (1000) has the highest number of deaths among 4,329 people in the last 24 hours. While 476 deaths occurred in Karnataka.
4.22 lakhs beat Corona
According to the latest data from the Ministry of Health, once again the graph of active cases in the country is coming down. It is a matter of relief that in the last 24 hours, a record 4,22,436 corona patients have returned to their homes after recovering. With this, 2,15,96,512 patients have managed to beat the corona virus so far in the country. The national rate of recovery of patients has been 85.60 percent. The number of patients recovering has almost doubled after two months compared to the new corona cases recorded on a daily basis. At present, there are 33,53,765 active cases in the country.
So far samples have been tested
According to the Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR), a total of 31,82,92,881 samples have been tested for Kovid-19 in the country so far. Of these, 18,69,223 samples were tested on Monday.
Treatment protocol will include 2-DG drug
Dr. VK Paul, Member (Health), NITI Aayog, spoke on the anti-Kovid drug 2-DG developed by DRDO. Dr. Paul said that we will test it in the Kovid-19 National Task Force to include this drug in the treatment protocol. He said that the Drug Controller General of India (DCGI) has allowed the emergency use of this anti-Kovid medicine.