COVID-19

India's COVID-19 total caseload climbs to over 91.77 lakh; death toll 1,34,218

A total of 480 new fatalities, including 121 from Delhi alone, were reported on Monday.

ByIFP Bureau

Updated 24 Nov 2020, 8:20 am

IFP Representational Image

 

India's COVID-19 tally increased to over 91.77 lakh on Tuesday after 37,975 new cases reported in a day, according to the Union Health Ministry's latest updates.

The total coronavirus cases, as per the Health Ministry's data, is 91,77,840 and the death toll mounted to 1,34,218 with 480 new fatalities, including 121 from Delhi alone. The national fatality rate stands at 1.46 per cent.

Advertisement

While the number of active cases of coronavirus infection in the country as on date 4,38,667 active cases, the number of recoveries stood at 86,04,955. The national recovery rate is 93.76 per cent.

So far a total of 13.36 crore samples have been tested for COVID-19 across the country. Of these, 10,99,545 samples were tested on Monday.

Delhi reported 4,454 fresh COVID-19 cases on Monday and 121 deaths in a span of a day, pushing the total death toll in the national capital to 8,512, The total COVID count in Delhi is now 5,34,317, including 37,329 active cases and  4,88,476 recoveries.

Maharashtra with 17,84,361 confirmed COVID-19 cases continues to be the worst coronavirus affected state in the country. As many as 4,153 new COVID-19 cases,  3,729 recoveries, and 30 deaths were reported in the state on Monday. While there are 81,902 active cases in the state, a total of 16,54,793 patients have recovered so far. The death toll has mounted to 46,653.

ALSO READ: 

Advertisement

India's COVID-19 tally crosses 91 lakh mark, 44,059 new cases in 24 hours

Manipur COVID-19 Updates: 248 fresh cases push total tally to 23,650; death toll 238

Nagaland COVID-19 tally nears 11,000 mark with 75 new cases

Advertisement

First published:

Tags:

coronavirus cases in Indiacovid 19 india updateIndia covid 19 tallyUnion Health Ministry

IFP Bureau

IFP Bureau

IMPHAL, Manipur

Advertisement

Top Stories

Loading data...
Advertisement

IFP Exclusive

Loading data...
Advertisement

Feedback

Have a complaint, a suggestion or just some feedback about our content? Please write to onlineifp@gmail.com and we’ll do our best to address it.