New Delhi: The Union Health Ministry said on Monday that less than 50,000 cases of Kovid-19 are being reported daily in India since last 16 days. The ministry said that these figures are of great importance as many countries of the Western Hemisphere have seen a significant increase in infection cases in early winter.
The number of people cured by the Corona virus in the country has now risen to 85,62,641 which is 81,19,155 more than the patients under treatment. Currently, the number of under-treated patients in India is 4,43,486, which is 4.85 per cent of the total cases and remains below the five per cent figure.
The ministry said, “Since November 8, less than 50,000 cases have been coming to India since the last 16 days. This is of considerable importance as many countries of the Western Hemisphere have seen a significant increase in new cases of infection at the beginning of winter. The ministry said, “The difference in the number of cured people and under-treated patients is gradually increasing and the difference is currently 81,19,155.
At the same time, the total number of infected people has increased to 91,39,865 after the arrival of 44,059 new cases of Kovid-19 in the country. With this, the death toll has increased to 1,33,738 after the death of 511 more people. According to the data, the recovery rate of patients in the country is 93.68 percent. At the same time, the death rate from Kovid-19 is 1.46 percent.
In India, the number of infected people had crossed 2 million on 7 August, 3 million on 23 August and 4 million on 5 September. On September 16, this number had crossed 50 lakhs, on 28 September, 60 lakhs, on 11 October, 7 lakhs, on 29 October, 8 lakhs and on 20 November this number had crossed 9 million.
According to the data, out of 511 people who died in the last 24 hours, 121 people have died in Delhi. The ministry said that out of the new death cases in the country, 23.68 percent deaths have occurred in Delhi. At the same time, in the last 24 hours, 50 people have died in Maharashtra, 49 in West Bengal, 35 in Uttar Pradesh, 27 in Kerala and 25 in Haryana.
According to the ministry’s data, a total of 1,33,738 people have died due to the virus in the country so far. Of these, 46,623 were killed in Maharashtra, 11,654 in Karnataka, 11,6505 in Tamil Nadu, 8,391 in Delhi, 82525 in West Bengal, 7,559 in Uttar Pradesh, 6,938 in Andhra Pradesh, 4,614 in Punjab and 3,859 in Gujarat. (Agency)