India reported 4,362 new COVID-19 cases, on March 7. The Union Health Ministry has confirmed 9,620 recoveries and 66 deaths in the last 24 hours. While the active caseload stands at 54,118, the current recovery rate in the country is at 98.68%. However, from 29 days, the daily COVID-19 cases have remained below one lakh. Moreover, as of now, India has administered 178.90 crore vaccine doses to the people.
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The Department of Information and Public relations on January 22, said that Mizoram reported 1,116 new COVID-19 cases and two deaths in the last 24 hours. The current positivity rate in the state stands at 19.35%. The total number of cases in the state has gone up to 1,58,368, while the active caseload stands at 9,608. Notably, the COVID-19 death toll in the state stands at 578.
The Department of Information and Public Relations, on January 19, said that Mizoram reported 1,312 new COVID-19 cases, while one person died, in the last 24 hours. The current positivity rate in the state stands at 16.02%. The total number of cases now in the state has gone up to 1,55,071, while the active caseload stands at 9,012. Notably, the COVID-19 death toll in the state has risen to 574.
The Health and Women Welfare Ministry, on January 17, said that India reported 2,58,089 new COVID-19 cases, 1,51,740 recoveries, and 385 deaths in the last 24 hours. India's Omicron tally has climbed to 8,209, increasing by 6.02% since January 16. Notably, the current recovery rate is 94.27% and daily positivity rate in the country stands at 19.65%. Moreover, as of now, India has administered 157.20 crore vaccine doses to people.
The Health and Women Welfare Ministry, on January 15 said that India reported 2,71,202 new COVID-19 cases, 1,38,331 recoveries, and 314 deaths in the last 24 hours. However, 2,369 fresh cases have been reported on January 16. Notably, the current recovery rate is 94.51% and daily positivity rate in the country stands at 16.28%. Moreover, as of now India has administered 156.76 Crore vaccine doses to people.
Delhi Government imposed a night curfew in the capital to curb the spread of COVID-19, starting from December 27. The curfew will be effective between 11 pm to 5 pm. The decision came after the positivity rate was recorded at 0.5% for two consecutive days. If the rate crosses 1%, the government can also impose a weekend curfew. The complete lockdown may take place if the rate breaches 5%.
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The district administration of Jammu has decided to reimpose a night curfew due to an increase in COVID-19 positivity rate in the winter capital from November 17. The positivity rate has increased by 0.2% in the city. ''The district disaster management authority (DDMA) imposes night curfew from 10 PM to 6 AM,'' said Anshul Garg District Magistrate. He also warned people of strict action upon not following the rules.
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Arunachal Pradesh was declared a Coronavirus-free state on February 28, as the active case count dropped to zero. With the latter three active cases currently recovering, Arunachal Pradesh's recovery rate and positivity rate are at 99.66% and 0%. The northeastern state has exhibited exceptional records, with the total caseload touching 16,836, while the number of recoveries stands at 16,780. Besides, overall only 56 people have died due to… read-more
The COVID-19 positivity rate in Kerala has increased to 10% from 9.4%, making it the only Indian state where the rate is increasing. It is followed by Goa with 6%. However, no other Indian state is above the 5% level as the national positivity rate stood at 2.2% during December 13-26. Moreover, UP, Andhra Pradesh, Assam and Bihar recorded the least positivity rate of below 1% for the period concerned.
Courtesy: Times of India