The deadly corona virus is not about to relinquish its moniker. Concerns have grown as the number of persons afflicted with this virus has climbed. In the country, there have been two and a half times as many cases as recoveries. In the previous 24 hours, the country has seen 22,775 new instances of Kovid-19. Apart from that, 8,949 people have been cured of the sickness and 406 have died as a result of it. Corona virus Omicron strains are also being detected on a regular basis in the nation. At the moment, the country has a total of 1,431 occurrences of this variation. At the moment, the country has 1,04,781 active cases. Apart from that, the percentage of recovery is 98.32%.
Over 145 crore vaccination doses were administered.
According to the national government’s data, 145.16 crore vaccination doses have been administered throughout the country thus far. Each day, 2.05 percent of the population in the country becomes infected with this virus. Simultaneously, this illness is infecting humans at a rate of 1.10 percent every week. So far, 67.89 tests have been conducted.
In terms of numbers, Maharashtra now has the largest number of Omicron cases. There are 454 instances of this variation in this database. Three hundred and fifty-one in Delhi, 118 in Tamil Nadu, 115 in Gujarat, 109 in Kerala, 69 in Rajasthan, 62 in Telangana, 37 in Haryana, 34 in Karnataka, 17 in Andhra Pradesh, 17 in West Bengal, 14 in Odisha, and 9 in Madhya Pradesh. In Uttar Pradesh, eight instances have been discovered, four in Uttarakhand, three in Chandigarh, three in Jammu and Kashmir, and two in Andaman and Nicobar. Apart from this, one instance was discovered in each of Goa, Himachal Pradesh, Ladakh, Manipur, and Punjab.
The corona virus’s Omicron version has also wreaked havoc. This variation has been identified in 1,431 individuals. These incidents have been recorded in 23 states and the District of Columbia. Maharashtra has the greatest prevalence of Omicron variants at the moment. Following this, outbreaks of this type were observed in Delhi, Tamil Nadu, Gujarat, and Kerala.