COVID-19 Latest Update: India Keeps Positivity Rate in Check, Third Wave Threat Reduces

An aggregate of 42,34,17,030 doses of COVID-19 vaccines has been rolled out in the nation up until now, including 33,39,45,151 first doses. Check out our full COVID-19 latest update to get in-depth details.

By Harkirpal Singh, Updated : Jul 23, 2021 12:48 IST
COVID-19 Latest Update: India Keeps Positivity Rate in Check, Third Wave Threat Reduces
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Upwards of 35,342 new COVID-19 cases and 38,740 recoveries were accounted for as of now, the Public Health Department revealed on Friday. The aggregate positive cases currently remain at 3,12,93,062, including 3,04,68,079 recoveries and 4,05,513 active cases.  

The country's COVID-19 fatalities count has reached 4,19,470, incorporating 483 as of now. According to the Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR), upwards of 45,29,39,545 samples have been tried for COVID up until now. Of these, 16,68,561 were tested as of now. 

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The day-by-day positivity rate at present stands at 2.12 percent and has stayed under 3% for 32 sequential days. The active cases establish 1.30 percent of all-out cases. The recovery rate is right now at 97.36 percent 

An aggregate of 42,34,17,030 doses of COVID-19 vaccines has been rolled out in the nation up until now, including 33,39,45,151 first doses. 8,94,71,879 individuals in the nation are completely inoculated. 54,76,423 doses were administered as of now, of which 36,24,007 were first doses and 18,52,416 were second doses. 

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As indicated by the Health Department, 43,87,50,190 antibody doses have been provided to states up until now. 41,12,30,353 have been devoured (counting wastage), while 71,40,000 are ready to go. 2,75,19,837 unutilized COVID Vaccine doses are as yet accessible with the States and association domains and private hospitals to be regulated. 

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