India’s Daily COVID-19 Cases Drop Below 9,000 After 8 Months

Mumbai: According to the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare (MoHFW), India’s daily COVID-19 cases continue a continuous downward slope and fall to 8,635 on Tuesday after eight months.

“After reaching a high of 95,735 on 10 September 2020, they have come down to 8,635 today,” the ministry said.

According to the Ministry of Health, India’s average daily new cases have also seen a clear decline in the last five weeks. While the Ministry of Health stated that it was 18,934 in the period from December 5, 2021 to December 30, 2020, and the average daily new cases during the period January 27 to February 2021 have come down to 12,772.

In another significant development, the country has experienced fewer than 100 daily deaths in the last 24 hours, with the lowest 100 deaths recorded on May 15, 2020, in eight and a half months.

“Average daily deaths over the past 5 weeks also reflect a similar decline. The average daily deaths in the phase of 27 January to 2 February 2021 are in contrast to the 242 average daily deaths recorded from 30 December 2020 to January 5 2021, period, “it said.

The country’s active caseload has shrunk to 1.63 lakh (1,63,353) today. India has only 1.52 per cent of the current active caseload in total positive cases. India’s cumulative recovery today is 1.04cr (1,04,48,406). The recovery rate is 97.05 per cent.

As of 8 am on 2 February 2021, according to the Ministry of Health, a total of 39.50 lakh (39,50,156) beneficiaries have received vaccinations under the COVID19 vaccination practice nationwide.

In the last 24 hours, 1,91,313 health workers were vaccinated in 3,516 sessions. 72,731 sessions have been held so far. There has been a gradual increase in the number of beneficiaries vaccinated every day.

In the last 24 hours, 13,423 patients were recovered and discharged. Of the new cases recovered, 85.09 per cent are concentrated in 10 states and union territories.

“The Center has run high-level teams in Kerala and Maharashtra to support states in public health interventions for COVID19 management,” it said. 94 deaths have been recorded in the last 24 hours.

The percentage of daily deaths in the five states and union territories is 65.96. Maharashtra has the highest number of accidents (27). 17 people died in Kerala and 7 in Tamil Nadu. Sixteen states and union territories have not reported any deaths in the last 24 hours.

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