After a daily net addition to the calculation of active coronavirus cases for three days, India has now reported reductions for consecutive days. After a 615 drop on Saturday, the country’s number of active cases reached 453,956, with another net decrease of 984 on Sunday. Overall, India added 418,10 cases to take its tally to 9,392,919.
The national capital Delhi is witness to the third wave of infection, which reported an increase of 4,998 cases and 89 more deaths in the last 24 hours. Its tally is now 561,742, and the death toll is 8,998.
With 42,298 newly cured cases a day, India’s recovered cases have reached 8,802,267 (93.71 per cent of all confirmed cases so far), while its Kovid-19 death toll is 136,696 (1.69 per cent of all confirmed cases). ), Including 496 deaths. Reported on Sunday.
Now the seventh most affected country by active cases, third with fatal cases and second in total cases, India has added 297,113 cases in the last seven days. Here are the highlights of the coronovirus data released by the Union Ministry of Health and Family Welfare,MoHFW) Sunday (November 29, 2020):
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First Published: Sun, 29 November 2020. 17:42 IST