India Reported 30,570 New Covid Cases in The Last 24 Hours

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India’s covid-19 patient tally reaches 33,347,325 as new cases are found all over India.
India on Thursday saw a hike in the covid-19 cases as the report said 30,570 cases were found.

The cases have been rising rapidly for a week, but the country has managed to keep it below 40,000. Of 30,570 new cases, Kerala recorded 17,681 cases. With 431 new fatalities, the death toll has further climbed to 4,43,928.

In a sigh of relief, the active cases have come down by 8,164. Presently, the busy caseload stands at 3,42,923, and it constitutes 1.05% of total infections.

With38,303 more people discharged in 24 hours, the total recoveries stand at 32,560,474.
The weekly positivity rate is 1.93%, which is less than 3% for the last 83days. The daily positivity rate is 1.94%, less than 3% over the previous 17 days.

The detected covid-19,54.77 crore samples tested so far. In the last 24 hours,64.51 lakh vaccine doses were administered. Under the nationwide programme against Covid-19, over 76.57 crore vaccine doses have been distributed so far.

Mizoram is a state of concern. In the coming 2-3 months, we have to maintain caution against any upsurge of Covid cases. Booster doses are not the central theme in the scientific and public healthcare discussion, and getting a complete vaccination of two does remain a significant priority.

The new covid strain can infect a higher part of pregnant women. The infected pregnant women need immediate medical attention, said a study by the Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR). ICMR surveyed in collaboration with other government institutes and hospitals on pregnant women in Maharashtra.

According to the sources, 1,491 plants are being commissioned through central resources-they will make available more than2,220 MT of Medical Oxygen.2,140 Plants are being made through States and other resources.

Govt says 34 districts in India reporting a weekly positivity rate of over 10 per cent, while it is between 5-10 per cent in 32 communities.

The covid-19 cases are under control and are rising slowly, but the festivals are approaching, and if we ignore the covid-19 restrictions, it could cause us a lot.
Right now, 3,631 PSA (Pressure Swing Adsorption) Plants have been started in the country.

When these Plants get commissioned, they will make available more than 4,500 MT of Medical Oxygen: Union health secretary Rajesh Bhushan said.

The rising corona patients raise questions about the vaccine and its effectiveness. The fully vaccinated are also getting corona positive. India alone vaccinated more people than any other country. According to the report, 20% of India’s adult population is fully vaccinated, and 62% got one dose.

The no. of cases is rising but at a slow pace because of the successful vaccination drives in India. More people are getting vaccinated. Recently in Kashmir, the government announced to vaccinate students above 18 age. In Mumbai, the public vaccination centres will vaccinate only women on Friday.

Many people got vaccinated last month but considering India’s population; the target is huge. Mansukh Mandaviya Union health minister on Thursday called for a significant push to the Covid-19 vaccination drive during Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s birthday on Friday; he said it would be the perfect gift for him.

Tanvi Sawant
Tanvi Sawant
I am a creative writer at Asiana Times. I have completed my Graduation in mass media/Journalism. I am a news writer at day and a Scriptwriter at night because I like to write on both Real and Reel. You can find me on Instagram, Linkedin and Facebook:)

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