Friday, October 15, 2021

More corona cases have been registered in India than yesterday, with 490 people killed in a single day

New Delhi: Data released by the Union Ministry of Health shows that after testing positive for 41,195 viral diseases in the last 24 hours, corona virus (Covid-19) infection in India rose to 32,077,706 on Thursday. This number has increased significantly from 38,355 cases yesterday.

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In addition, 90 people have died in the last 2 hours due to Kovid-1 to, after which the death toll has risen to 929.6.

The number of active cases dropped to 387,987 and is now 1.21% of the total casload. Data from the health ministry further showed that 31,260,050 people had recovered as of Thursday.

In a significant breakthrough, India’s total Covid-1 vaccine coverage has crossed 520 million (523,253,450) milestones. Some states in the country are reporting an increase in the average daily case. However, the numbers are below record levels.

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Experts predict that a possible third wave could hit the country by the end of August. The highlight of the Covid-1 del delta variant is due to the transmissible mutation, which in most cases is a recent phenomenon.

On Wednesday, the head of the Oxford Vaccine Group in the United Kingdom said the highly accessible Delta alternative to Covid-1 of could weaken the strong resistance. Professor Andrew Pollard, who led the team behind the Covid-1 vaccine at Oxford University, said the fear of a more contagious variety was a possibility and therefore there was nothing that could completely stop the deadly virus from spreading.

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