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India reports more than 12,000 Covid-19 cases for second day in a row


For the second day in a row, India reported more than 12,000 Covid-19 cases. India logged 12,847 cases in the last 24 hours, the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare informed on Friday. After a gap of more than three months, India witnessed an uptick in the number of Covid cases as the country recorded as many as 12,213 fresh Covid-19 infections on Thursday.

On February 26 this year, India recorded 11,499 Covid-19 cases. On Wednesday, India had already reported 8,641 fresh cases of the virus. With these figures, the country’s Covid-19 tally today rose to 4,32,70,577. 

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India’s active Covid-19 caseload currently stands at 63,063, which accounts for 0.15 percent of the total cases. The top five states that registered the maximum number of fresh Covid-19 cases are Maharashtra with 4,255 cases, followed by Kerala with 3,419 cases, Delhi with 1,323 cases, Karnataka with 833 cases, and Haryana with 625 cases.

A total of 81.37 percent of the new Covid-19 cases have been reported from these five states, with Maharashtra alone responsible for 33.12 percent of the new cases. With 14 new Covid-related fatalities on Friday, the country’s total number of deaths rose to 5,24,817.

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The government data today informed that as many as 7,985 recoveries were registered in the last 24 hours thereby increasing the total recoveries to 4,26,82,697. The recovery rate currently stands at 98.64 percent. 

On the vaccination front, 195.84 crore Covid-19 vaccine doses have been administered so far under a nationwide vaccination drive. Amid the recent surge reported in Covid-19 cases across the country, the Health Ministry of India on June 9 urged States and Union Territories to not lower their guards and strictly maintain the Covid appropriate behaviour.


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