India reports 47,092 fresh COVID-19 cases in last 24 hours; Highest surge in 2 months

According to the sources in about 32,803 cases or nearly 70 per cent of new cases and a third of deaths have been recorded in Kerala.

The surge of Coronavirus in India has conjured by 12 per cent by today. The reports claim to contribute about 47,092 new infections one of the largest single-day rises in months to see. The health ministry is said to record about 509 deaths in the last 24 hours. According to the sources in about 32,803 cases or nearly 70 per cent of new cases and a third of deaths have been recorded in Kerala. The total estimations of those affected are 40,90,036. The number of positives reported is 18.76 and with 173 deaths, the number of fatalities increased to 20,961. About 85 per cent of patients are affected by the claims of covid in the southern state which has resulted in a smart and strategic lockdown in the state. In the Karnatik college, about 32 students from Kerala have been tested positive. There are 18,386 active cases in the state as of now.

Maharashtra’s Covid total surge was 4,456 to take its tally to 64,69,332. The state reported 183 virus-related deaths in the past 24 hours.

Gujarat has reopened schools for classes 6 to 8 with only 50 per cent capacity. Though schools have been allowed to continues from the institutions yet online classes will continue. Around 32 lakh students are currently in Classes 6 to 8 in the state.

Delhi has also reported 36 new cases in the last 24 hours, taking the active cases to 343. The active cases in the city now stand at 0.23 per cent.

 Active cases inhabit 1.19% of total cases, while the national COVID-19 recovery rate stands at 97.48 per cent while the daily positive rate is 2.80 per cent.

The COVID-19 vaccine doses structured in the country has crossed the 66 crore mark. More than 69 lakh (69,42,335) vaccine doses were administered till 7 pm on Wednesday.

The World Health Organization has said it is monitoring a new coronavirus variant known as “Mu”, which was first identified in Colombia in January. Mu, known scientifically as B.1.621, has been classified as a “variant of interest”, the global health body said.

Coronavirus cases worldwide have crossed d the 200 million mark.

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