NEW DELHI: The number of daily COVID-19 cases in India fell to its lowest level in two months on Monday. According to data released this morning by the Union Health Ministry, India reported 1,00,636 new cases of coronavirus infection in the previous 24 hours.
According to Health Ministry data, the country also recorded 2427 deaths during this time period.
According to data from the Union Health Ministry, India’s active caseload has dropped to 14,01,609, with active cases falling by 80,745 in the last 24 hours.
India reports 1,00,636 new #COVID19 cases, 1,74,399 discharges, and 2427 deaths in the last 24 hours, as per Health Ministry
Total cases: 2,89,09,975
Total discharges: 2,71,59,180
Death toll: 3,49,186
Active cases: 14,01,609
Total vaccination: 23,27,86,482 pic.twitter.com/3DNEhXAN4E
— ANI (@ANI) June 7, 2021
According to data from the health ministry, the number of active cases in the country has been less than 2 lakh for the eleventh day in a row. The virus’s death toll has risen to 3,49,186, with 2427 fatalities recorded in a 24-hour period.
Meanwhile, for the 25th consecutive day, recoveries have outnumbered daily new cases, with India seeing 1,74,399 recoveries in the last 24 hours, according to the Health Ministry.
According to data from the Union Health Ministry, there are currently 14,01,609 active cases across the country, with 2,71,59,180 patients discharged thus far, with 1,74,399 discharges reported in the last 24 hours.
According to the Indian Council of Medical Research, a total of 36,63,34,111 samples were tested up to June 6, with 15,87,589 samples tested on Sunday. So far, nearly 23,27,86,482 vaccine doses have been administered as part of the nationwide vaccination campaign.
On Sunday, states such as Maharashtra reported 12,557 new COVID cases. The death toll has risen by 233 to 1,00,130, surpassing the one-million mark. In light of the declining number of cases, Maharashtra recently announced a five-tier unlocking process, under which different areas of the state will be subject to varying degrees of restrictions.
On the other hand, Delhi reported 381 new infections on Sunday, with a positivity rate of 0.5% and 34 fatalities.
Several states and union territories have begun to relax the COVID-19 lockdown restrictions that were imposed in mid-April, when the country was hit by the deadly second COVID wave. Haryana’s lockdown has also been extended until June 14, but with several exceptions.