New Delhi: After the arrival of 42,909 new cases of Covid-19 in a day in India, the total number of infection cases increased to 3,27,37,939. At the same time, an increase in the number of patients under treatment was recorded for the sixth consecutive day.
According to the updated data released by the Union Health Ministry at 8 am on Monday, the death toll rose to 4,38,210 after 380 more people died of the infection in the last 24 hours.
According to the data released by Johns Hopkins University of America , meanwhile, the total cases of corona virus infection in the whole world have increased to 21,64,17,479 and so far 45,01,081 people have lost their lives.
The number of active cases in India has increased to 3,76,324, which is 1.15 percent of the total cases. A total increase of 7,766 has been registered in the number of patients under treatment in the last 24 hours. The national rate of recovery of patients is 97.51 percent.
According to the data, a total of 52,01,46,525 samples have been tested for COVID-19 in the country so far, out of which 14,19,990 samples were tested on Sunday.
The daily infection rate is 3.02 percent, which is less than three percent for the last 35 days. At the same time, the weekly infection rate is 2.41 percent, which is less than three percent for the last 65 days. A total of 3,19,23,405 people have become infection free in the country so far and the Kovid-19 mortality rate is 1.34 percent.
A total of 63.43 crore doses of anti-Covid-19 vaccines have been given in the country till Thursday morning.
According to the data, out of 380 people who died due to infection in the last 24 hours in the country, 131 were from Maharashtra and 75 from Kerala.
According to the ministry’s data, a total of 4,38,210 people have died due to infection in the country so far, out of which 1,37,157 people from Maharashtra, 37,278 people from Karnataka, 34,878 people from Tamil Nadu, 25,080 from Delhi, 22,818 from Uttar Pradesh. people, 20,541 people from Kerala and 18,423 people from West Bengal.
The Health Ministry said that out of those who have died so far, more than 70 percent of the patients also had other diseases.