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India’s Daily Covid Cases Dip To 30K, Positivity Rate Remains Below 2%



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Covid Update: India reports 30,549 new cases in the last 24 hours. 38,887 patients recovered from the Coronavirus on Monday taking the recovery rate to 97.38%.

The country has registered 422 deaths in last 24 hours as per Union Health Ministry.

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Total cases: 3,17,26,507

Total discharges: 3,08,96,354

Death toll: 4,25,195

Active cases: 4,04,958

Total Vaccination: 47,85,44,114 (61,09,587 in last 24 hours)

India’s Active caseload is currently 4,04,958. Active cases constitute 1.28% of total cases. Weekly Positivity Rate remains below 5%, currently at 2.39%

Maharashtra reports 4,869 new COVID cases

Maharashtra on Monday reported 4,869 fresh COVID-19 cases and 90 fatalities, taking the tally of infections to 63,15,063 and the toll to 1,33,038 while 8,429 patients recovered, the state health department said.

With the new additions, the tally of recoveries in Maharashtra now stands at 61,03,325, leaving the state with 75,303 active cases with a recovery rate of 96.65 per cent.

The fatality rate is 2.1 per cent.  Mumbai reported 259 new cases and nine deaths, which raised the overall case-load to 7,35,366 and the count of fatalities to 15,908, the department said in a statement. 

Kerala reports 13,984 new COVID cases, 118 deaths 

Kerala reports 13,984 new Covid cases, 15,923 recoveries & 118 deaths on Monday. The state’s positivity rate has dipped to10.93%

With the new addition of cases, the state’s active tally is at 1,65,322 while the total recoveries stand at 32,42,684. After registering 118 new fatalities , Kerala’s death toll amounts to16,955.

Third-wave likely to peak in October

Researchers at the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) in Hyderabad and Kanpur have predicted that India is likely to witness another wave of Covid by the end of August. According to a report in Bloomberg, the researchers pegged the number of cases to go as high as 1,00,000 or, in a worst-case scenario, to 1,50,000. However, the third wave is unlikely to be as dangerous and deadly as the second wave of the pandemic, the researchers said.

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