In the previous 24 hours, India recorded 112589 new COVID-19 cases, up 36% over yesterday’s 90,000 instances. The country has 2,930 occurrences of the Omicron variety, with the highest number in Maharashtra , followed by Delhi.
The weekly rate of optimism is 3.47 percent, while the daily rate is 6.43 percent. The positivity rate indicates the proportion of all Covid tests that result in a positive result. It will be high if there are a large number of positive tests or if the overall number of tests is low.
At the moment, the recovery rate is 98.81 percent. In the previous 24 hours, at least 30,574 individuals have recovered. The total number of retrieved individuals is 3,52,23,770. Active cases represent fewer than 1% of total cases, which now stands at 0.81 percent. The caseload is now 3,68,435.
As many as 296 persons died of Covid throughout the time covered by the most recent Health Ministry estimates. This figure includes 221 fatalities in Kerala in the last several months, which were added due to outstanding petitions following the Supreme Court’s previous rules.
Numerous governments have enacted limitations like as night curfews as the number of Covid cases continues to climb.
Maharashtra contributed 36,265 new cases to India’s enormous outbreak, followed by West Bengal with 15,421 infections in a single day.
In the previous 24 hours, the number of new Covid cases in Delhi jumped from 10,665 to 15097 in the largest single-day increase since May 21 Additionally, six fatalities were reported, the most since June 26.
The average daily increase in Covid during this time period is about 29% quicker than during the second wave in March-April. A seven-day moving average revealed an increase in instances from 56 to 199. Today’s data are expected to boost the rate even higher.