India’s covid-19 cases mounted to 90,95,806 with 45,209 infections being reported in a day. Wit 501 fresh virus realted death, the death toll climbed to 13,32,27.
The number of people who have recovered has reached to 85.21 lakh, pushing the national recovery rate to 93.67 per cent, the data uploaded by Union Health Minister said on Sunday.
For the past 12-day, the number of active cases have remained below 5 lakh. As of now, there are 44,0962 active cases of the covid-19 infection in the country, which makes up fro 4.86 per cent of the total caseload.
“A total of 13,17,33,134 samples tested for covid-19, up to 21 November. Of these, 10,75,326 samples were tested yesterday,” said Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR).
Delhi reported 5,879 fresh cases of covid-19 on Saturday and 111 more fayaliries, pushing the total death tally to 8,270.
For the first time number of RT-PCR tests in Delhi have exceeded Rapid Antigen Tests. 250 ventilators have been delivered to DRDO hospital and are being installed: Health Ministry
Here’re more updates related to the pandemic:
*US has approved Regeneron antibody treatment, which was used to treat President Donald Trump, for the patients who aren’t yet hospitazlied but are at the higher risk of the disease.
*Karnataka reached a milestone of 1 crore Covid-19 tests on Saturday. The state currently has 164 labs.
*Goa govt is planning to conduct covid tests of antigen tests of people who are travelling to the state from Delhi.
*Haryana on Saturday reported spike of 2,666 fresh coronavirus cases taking the caseload in the state to 2,15,021
*With 2,326 new cases, the total number of covid-19 cases in UP have surged to 5,24,223. The death toll meanwhile stands at 7,524 with 24 more people dying in a day.
*In yet another grim milestone, the total number of confirmed coronavirus cases in the US has topped the 12 million mark, according to the Johns Hopkins University.
*The Covid-19 death toll in Slovenia has passed the 1,000 mark, showed official figures.
Meanwhile, the overall number of global coronavirus cases has surpassed the 58 million mark, while the deaths have surged to more than 1.37 million, according to the Johns Hopkins University.