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In the last 24 hours, India has seen 46,617 new instances of the novel coronavirus, with 853 deaths as a result of the infection.
The Union Health Ministry announced on Friday that the country had 59,384 discharges in the last 24 hours, bringing the total recovery to 2,95,48,302.
The overall number of active COVID-19 cases in India has already reached 5,09,637, according to the data.
The country’s total dead toll presently stands at 4,00,312.
After the United States and Brazil, India became the third country to reach four lakh deaths as a result of the Covid-19 epidemic on Friday. In the last 24 hours, there have been 853 deaths reported.
There were 46,617 new cases during the same period, according to data issued by the Union Health and Family Welfare Ministry on Friday.
The United States leads the list with six lakh deaths, followed by Brazil with 5.2 lakh deaths attributable to the coronavirus.
In March of last year, the first death in the country was reported owing to Covid-19. The country’s greatest fatality rate was 4,454 deaths in 24 hours on May 23, 2021.
The coronavirus killed 817 people in India on June 30, the lowest number since April 10.
The toll has fallen below 2,000 for 14 days in a row in the past two months.
Following India’s three-crore threshold on June 25, the total caseload increased to 3,04,58,251.
After the United States, India is the second country to have more than three crore cases, having added one crore in the last 50 days.
It’s also the 24th day in a row that India has recorded no new coronavirus cases. India had 37,566 instances on June 29, the lowest number since March 18, and 42,640 cases on June 22.
Up to July 1, 41,42,51,520 samples were tested for Covid-19, according to the Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR). On Thursday, a total of 18,80,026 samples were analysed.
According to a report from the Union Health Ministry, India’s total COVID-19 vaccine coverage has reached 34 crore.
The final count was 34,00,76,232 people, according to the report.
Several vaccine doses were also provided to the beneficiaries on Thursday, as the second phase of COVID-19 vaccination began on June 21.
In the meantime, due to the COVID-19 epidemic, the United Arab Emirates (UAE) has issued a travel ban for its residents to India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Nepal, and Sri Lanka.