India Witnesses Massive Dip In Coronavirus Cases, Records Less Than 3 Lakh Infections

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New Delhi: After witnessing a daily surge above 3 lakhs in the past week, India has recorded a massive dip in Covid infections today. The country has registered less than 3 lakh Coronavirus cases, 2,55,874 new cases (50,190 less than yesterday), 614 deaths, and 2,67,753 recoveries in the last 24 hours.

Active case: 22,36,842

Daily positivity rate: 15.52%

Maharashtra

Maharashtra also witnessed a decline in covid infections on Monday as the state recorded 28,286 coronavirus cases, 12,519 less than the previous day, and 36 fresh deaths, including 17 in the Mumbai region, linked to the infection, according to a PTI report.

On Sunday, the state had recorded 40,805 new cases and 44 fatalities.

With the latest additions, the overall tally of COVID-19 cases in Maharashtra surged to 75,35,511 and the death toll jumped to 1,42,151, a department bulletin said.

Of the 36 fatalities, the Mumbai region reported 17 deaths followed by eight in Pune, five in Kolhapur, four in Latur, and two in Nashik region. Nagpur region, Akola region and Aurangabad region did not report any fresh death due to COVID-19.

Maharashtra’s case-fatality rate now stands at 1.88 per cent. The recovery rate is 94.09 per cent.

Also, 86 new cases of the highly contagious Omicron variant of coronavirus came to light during the day, raising the tally of such infections in Maharashtra to 2,845, the department said.

It said 1,454 Omicron patients have already recovered.

Of the 86 new Omicron cases, 47 are from Nagpur, 28 from Pune city, three from Pimpri-Chinchwad and two from Wardha, among others.

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