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October 19, 2021 13:30
Indian Coronavirus Recovery Rate Highest Since March 2020

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The coronavirus pandemic broke out last year and it continues to have an impact on the human lives. After the second wave of coronavirus pandemic calmed down, several businesses reopened and the normalcy is back. But the new cases continued to be reported and coronavirus has become a part of our lives. As per the latest reports from the Union Health Ministry, the recovery rate came up to 98.14 percent in India which is the highest since March 2020. India reported 13,058 new cases of coronavirus in the last 24 hours and the new cases saw a huge decline. 19,470 people recovered from coronavirus in the last 24 hours in India and 164 people passed away yesterday in India. The total active cases of coronavirus dropped down to 1.83 lakhs and the total recoveries in India reached 3.34 crores.

The total death tally climbed to 4.52 lakhs in India ever since the pandemic broke out in India. Kerala continued to report the major cases and a total number of 6,676 new cases are reported in the state in the last 24 hours. The active cases comprise of 0.54 percent of the total number of cases reported in the country as per the reports for the Union Health Ministry. The weekly positivity rate is 1.36 percent and the daily positivity rate is 1.11 percent. More than 102 crore vaccine doses are given to the states and union territories till date. The total reported cases of coronavirus in India are 3,40,94,373 and the total vaccine doses administered in India till date are 98,67,69,411. As per the Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR), the total samples tested for coronavirus in total are 59,31,06,188 and the samples that are tested on October 18th are 11,81,314.

By Siva Kumar

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