COVID-19

India's single day COVID-19 tally drops to 4,043

India's COVID-19 active caseload stood at 47,379, accounting for 0.11 per cent of the total confirmed caseload.

ByIFP Bureau

Updated 20 Sept 2022, 4:59 am

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India continued to witness declining trend in daily COVID-19 positive cases as the daily caseload dropped to 4,043 in the last 24 hours, while single day fatality count also declined to nine, as per official sources.

According to the Union Health Ministry release, India's COVID-19 active caseload stood at 47,379, accounting for 0.11 per cent of the total confirmed caseload.

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Consequently, the daily positivity rate and the weekly positivity rate stood at 1.37 per cent and 1.81 per cent respectively.

The country's death toll reached 5,28,370 as of Tuesday 8 am bulletin of the Health Ministry.

The country’s recovery rate currently is 98.71 per cent as 4,676 recoveries were reported in the last 24 hours that pushed the total recoveries to 4,39,67,340.

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Meanwhile, a total of 89.20 crore total tests have been conducted so far. A total of 2,95,894 tests were conducted in the last 24 hours.

And, 216.83 crore total vaccine doses, including 94.69 crore second doses and 19.70 crore precaution doses, have been administered so far under the Nationwide Vaccination Drive.  A total of 13,10,410 doses were administered in last 24 hours, the ministry stated.

According to the release, the second dose of COVID vaccine has been administered to 3,12,80,687 children in the age group 12-14 years, and 5,28,61,101 adolescents in the 15-18 years age group, so far.

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