COVID-19 India: Nation Heals As Fresh Cases Further Drop By 8%, Vaccination Rollout In Full Swing

The Health Ministry said that an aggregate of 24,96,00,304 individuals have been vaccinated so far in the nation, including 34,33,763 who were vaccinated in the last 24 hours. Read the full COVID-19 report below.

By Harkirpal Singh, Updated : Jun 12, 2021 10:16 IST
COVID-19 India: Nation Heals As Fresh Cases Further Drop By 8%, Vaccination Rollout In Full Swing
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The Coronavirus situation in India seems, by all accounts, to be balancing out as the nation recorded 84,332 new COVID-19 cases, and 4,002 passings because of the infection as of now, as per the information given by the Union Health and Family Welfare Ministry on Saturday. 

This is the fifth successive day when India has reported short of one lakh Covid-19 cases and furthermore the most minimal in 73 days. India's general count of Covid-19 cases currently remains at 2,93,59,155 with 10,80,690 active cases and 3,67,081 deaths up until this point. 

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In the wake of fighting a merciless second wave for quite a long time, new coronavirus cases descended beneath the three lakh mark on May 17 in the wake of contacting a record high of 4,14,188 on May 7. As indicated by the Health Ministry, a sum of 1,21,311 individuals has been discharged from hospitals as of now, taking the cumulative discharges to 2,79,11,384 to date.  

 

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The Health Ministry said that an aggregate of 24,96,00,304 individuals have been vaccinated so far in the nation, including 34,33,763 who were vaccinated in the last 24 hours. The Indian Council of Medical Research has not yet given information regarding the number of tests done as of now, till the documenting of this report. 

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