India on Saturday reported a net decrease of 38,353 in assets coronavirus cases to bring your count to 253,739. India’s share of global assets coronavirus cases now amounts to 0.36% (one in 278). The country ranks 30th among the countries most affected by active cases. On Friday, it added 22,270 cases to bring its total number of cases to 42,802,505 from 42,780,235, an increase of 0.05%. And, with 325 new deaths, its Covid-19 body count it reached 511,230, or 1.19 percent of the total confirmed infections.
With an additional 3,628,578 doses of Covid-19 vaccines administered on Friday, the total vaccine count in India so far reached 1,750,386,834. The recovery count coronavirus Meanwhile, cases in India reached 42,037,536, or 98.21 percent of total cases, with 60,298 new cured cases reported on Saturday.
Now the 30th worst hit country for active cases, 3rd for deaths, 2nd for total cases and recoveries, India has added 215,961 cases in the last 7 days.
India now accounts for 0.36% of all active cases globally (one in 278 active cases) and 8.69% of all deaths (one in 11 deaths).
India has so far administered 1,750,386,834 doses of vaccines. That’s 4,089.44 percent of its total number of cases and 124.93 percent of its population.
Back from here, the last 1 million cases for India have come in 17 days.
India’s active case count on Saturday saw a net decrease of 38,353, compared to 40,826 on Friday.
With 60,298 new recoveries daily, India’s recovery rate stands at 98.21%, while the fatality rate was unchanged at 1.19%.
The Indian states and TUs with the worst case fatality rates today are Punjab (2.33%), Nagaland (2.13%) and Maharashtra (1.83%). The rate in up to 14 is higher than the national average.
India’s new daily closed cases stand at 60,623: 325 deaths and 60,298 recoveries. The proportion of deaths in the total number of closed cases stands at 0.54%.
India’s 5-day moving average of the daily rate of addition to total cases stands at 0.1%.
India’s doubling time for total cases stands at 1331.9 days and for deaths at 1090.0 days.
Overall, the five states with the largest 24-hour jump in total cases are Kerala (7,780), Maharashtra (2,068), Karnataka (1,333), Rajasthan (1,233), and Mizoram (1,151).
The five most affected states by total cases are Maharashtra (7,855,359), Kerala (6,456,806), Karnataka (3,934,448), Tamil Nadu (3,442,929), and Andhra Pradesh (2,315,525).
Maharashtra, the hardest-hit state overall, has reported 2,068 new cases to bring its tally to 7,855,359.
Kerala, the second hardest-hit state by total count, has added 7,780 cases to bring its count to 6,456,806.
Karnataka, the third worst-affected state, has reported 1,333 cases to bring its tally to 3,934,448.
Tamil Nadu has added 1,146 cases to bring its count to 3,442,929.
Andhra Pradesh has seen its count rise by 495 to 2,315,525.
Uttar Pradesh has added 842 cases to bring its count to 2063104.
West Bengal has added 319 cases to bring its count to 2012794.
Delhi has added 607 cases to bring its count to 1,854,774.