India Records Fresh 4,435 COVID-19 Cases in a Single Day

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India recorded 4,435 new COVID-19 infections, the largest single-day increase in 163 days (five months and 13 days), according to Union health ministry data, while the number of active cases increased to 23,091. On September 25 of last year, 4,777 cases were accounted for altogether. India’s coronavirus count has increased to 4.47 crore COVID-19 cases as a result of the new cases. The latest data indicate that 15 deaths brought the total to 5,30,916.

Maharashtra was the site of four passings, Chhattisgarh, Delhi, Gujarat, Haryana, Karnataka, Puducherry, and Rajasthan each announced one demise; and four of them were reconciled in Kerala. The overall infection rate is currently 0.5 percent, with 23,091 active cases.

The weekly inspiration rate was 2.79 percent, while the daily energy rate was 3.38 percent. The number of people who recovered from the illness reached 4,41,79,712, and the disease was responsible for 1.19 percent of deaths. The cross-country immunization crusade has up to this point given 220.66 crore dosages of the Coronavirus antibody, as indicated by the service’s site.

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