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West Bengal reports highest COVID-19 active caseload in India

A total of 16,906 new positive cases reported across the country pushed India's COVID-19 confirmed caseload to 4,36,69,850 as of Wednesday.

ByIFP Bureau

Updated 13 Jul 2022, 10:53 am

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West Bengal has been witnessing maximum number of new COVID-19 cases for the past several days and its COVID-19 active caseload has now reached 25,880, crossing Kerala's active caseload of 25,683 as of Wednesday, official sources said.

According to the latest update by the Union health Ministry, West Bengal on Tuesday reported 2,659 new COVID-19 positive cases, taking the state's confirmed caseload to 20,56,285. The state's death toll rose to 21,251 with five more deaths. The total number of recoveries reached 20,09,154, as 983 more patients reported recovered.

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Kerala's COVID-19 confirmed caseload reached 66,77,772, while its death toll climbed to 70,170 with the report of 17 more deaths.

A total of 16,906 new positive cases reported across the country pushed India's COVID-19 confirmed caseload to 4,36,69,850 and the death toll rose to 5,25,519, with the report of 45 more deaths, as per the latest updates.

India's COVID-19 active caseload currently stands at 1,32,457, while the total recoveries increased to 4,30,11,874.

So far, 86.77 crore total tests have been conducted, while 199.12 cr vaccine doses have been administered so far under the Nationwide Vaccination Drive, the ministry stated.

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First published:13 Jul 2022, 10:50 am

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IMPHAL, Manipur

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