Covid LIVE Updates: India Logs 3,157 New COVID-19 Cases In 24 Hours
India COVID-19 Live: The nation additionally revealed 40 Covid-related passings on Sunday, bringing the absolute number of Covid fatalities to 5,23,843.
New Delhi: India on Sunday announced 3,157 new COVID-19 cases, taking the all out number of contaminations in the country to 4,30,79,188.
As indicated by the Union Health Ministry, the dynamic cases expanded to 19,500.
The nation likewise revealed 40 Covid-related passings on Sunday, bringing the all out number of Covid fatalities to 5,23,843.
On Saturday, the nation announced 3,688 new Covid cases and 50 related passings.
May 02, 2022 08:36 (IST)
3,157 new cases in India in most recent 24 hours
189.23 cr antibody portions have been managed such a long ways under Nationwide Vaccination Drive
India’s Active caseload presently remains at 19,500
Dynamic cases stand at 0.05%
Recuperation Rate as of now at 98.74%
2,723 recuperations as of now increments Total Recoveries to
3,157 new cases kept as of now
Passings detailed in most recent 24 hours: 26
((Sitting tight for excess passings information as Ministry has not refreshed at this point))
Everyday energy rate (1.07%)
Week by week Positivity Rate (0.70%)
83.82 cr Total Tests led up until this point; 2,95,588 tests directed as of now
May 02, 2022 08:13 (IST)
21 additional cases announced in Punjab on Sunday
Punjab’s COVID-19 count expanded to 7,59,615 on Sunday as 21 additional individuals tried positive for the viral sickness, as per a clinical release.
The demise count stayed unaltered at 17,748.
Of the new cases, seven were accounted for in Mohali, trailed by five in Ludhiana and three each in Amritsar and Patiala, the announcement expressed.
May 02, 2022 05:48 (IST)
Covid: New Covid Testing Rules For Arrivals In Karnataka From These Countries
In the midst of new COVID-19 worries, the Karnataka government on Saturday trained authorities to start reconnaissance measures for those showing up from Japan and Thailand, including RT-PCR tests for suggestive cases at the air terminal testing research center.a