COVID-19 India: Positivity Rate Goes Down, However, Threat Of Delta Variant Still Looms

The central government will start a free COVID-19 inoculation drive for the populace over the age of 18 from today. coronavirus cases in India have drastically gone down, but still, the threat of third-wave persists.

By Harkirpal Singh, Updated : Jun 21, 2021 10:04 IST
COVID-19 India: Positivity Rate Goes Down, However, Threat Of Delta Variant Still Looms
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In the previous 24 hours, India has registered 53,256 fresh COVID-19 cases, the least in 88 days. Up until now, 2,88,44,199 all-out recoveries have been registered and 78,190 patients recuperated as of now. 

Supporting India's immunization drive, the Central government will start a free COVID-19 inoculation drive for the populace over the age of 18 from today. PM Narendra Modi had, on June 7, declared that the central government will give free coronavirus vaccines to states for vaccination proportionately. The United Kingdom announced 9,284 COVID-19 cases on the day preceding the lockdown was because of the end. 

Coronavirus cases in the UK have been ascending lately because of halfway facilitating of limitations along with the development of the Delta variant.

On Friday Public Health England uncovered instances of the Delta variant had expanded by 79% over the course of about seven days, and it is currently believed to represent 99% of new coronavirus cases, The Guardian revealed. 

 

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