Covid19 India 14 July, Corona Cases India Today, Active Cases, Death Cases, Health Ministry Corona Updates – Covid-19: Corona again increased tension, more than 20 thousand new cases in last 24 hours, 38 people died
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The increase in the number of corona infected in the country has once again raised the concerns of the people. According to Thursday’s data released by the Ministry of Health, 20,139 new cases of corona have been reported in the last 24 hours, which is 3233 more patients than yesterday. At the same time, 38 patients lost their lives. Let us tell you that in yesterday’s figure, 16,906 cases were reported and 45 patients died. However, 16,482 people were also discharged in the last 24 hours. The number of active patients in the country has gone up to 1,36,076 which is 3,619 more than yesterday. A total of 52,55,57 people have died since the beginning of the epidemic.
Corona cases increasing in Delhi
The increase in corona cases is once again being seen in the national capital Delhi. According to the data of Delhi Health Department, 490 cases of corona have been reported in the last 24 hours and three people have also died. Let us inform that in the figures of the previous day, 400 cases of corona were reported in Delhi. A total of 15,495 corona tests were conducted in Delhi in the last 24 hours. In which a positivity rate of 3.16 percent was seen. At present, the death rate due to corona infection in Delhi is now 1.35%.
relief from corona to mumbai
There have been fewer cases of corona in the country’s financial capital Mumbai today than yesterday, which is a relief news. 383 cases were registered in Mumbai in the last 24 hours which is 37 less than yesterday. At the same time, one person also died during this. Let us inform that in the figures of yesterday i.e. Wednesday, the number of infected was 420.
Union Health Secretary meeting today for booster dose
Union Health Secretary Rajesh Bhushan will chair a video conference today to review the progress of vaccination in states and union territories. In this meeting, we will guide to give free booster doses to people above 18 years of age over the next 75 days.