New Delhi: As of 8 am on January 31, 2021, a total of 37.44 lakh (37,44,334) beneficiaries have been vaccinated under the nationwide Covid 19 vaccination practice. In India, active cases of Covid are steadily decreasing. It has reduced to 1.68 lakhs (1,68,784) today. Currently the total active cases in India constitute 1.57% of the total cases in the country.
There are less than 5000 active cases in 31 states / union territories. Andaman and Nicobar Islands have 4 active cases registered, followed by 6 active cases in Daman and Diu and Dadra and Nagar Haveli.
79.69 percent of the total active cases are from 5 states / union territories. Two states alone, Kerala and Maharashtra, account for 69.41 per cent of India’s total active cases. The number of recovers in India till date is 1.04 crore (1,04,23,125). The recovery rate (recovery rate) has been 96.99 percent.
For the past 24 days, the number of daily cases has been more than the number of new daily cases. During the last twenty four hours, 1,3,052 new cases have been registered, while 13,965 patients have been discharged from the hospital during the last 24 hours.
As of 8 am on January 31, 2021, a total of 37.44 lakh (37,44,334) beneficiaries have been vaccinated under the nationwide Covid 19 vaccination practice.
During the last 24 hours, 2,44,307 health workers were vaccinated in 5,275 sessions. 68,962 sessions have been held so far. There has been a steady increase in the number of beneficiaries vaccinated every day.
Globally, India ranks fifth (as on 29 January 2021) in terms of the number of vaccinations within the country. This is despite the fact that many countries started their vaccination campaigns before India.
Out of the total vaccinated beneficiaries, 63.34 percent are from 8 states.
Uttar Pradesh has the highest number of vaccination beneficiaries followed by Rajasthan and Karnataka.
10 States / Union Territories account for 85.72 per cent of the new recoverable cases.
Kerala has the highest number of 7,032 new patients cured in a single day. During the last twenty-four hours, 1,535 patients have been cured in Maharashtra and 547 in Karnataka.
7 States and Union Territories account for 83.72 percent of the daily new cases.
Kerala has the highest number of new cases of 6,282 daily. This was followed by 2,630 cases in Maharashtra, while Tamil Nadu reported 505 new cases.
There have been 127 deaths during the last 24 hours.
6 states/union territories accounted for 74.02 percent of daily deaths. Maharashtra has the highest number of deaths (42). There have been 18 daily deaths in Kerala while 9–9 deaths have occurred in West Bengal and Chhattisgarh.