Pride Day for India, world’s largest Covid-19 vaccination campaign launched

New Delhi: Today is a proud day for the country in the Covid-19 scenario as the world’s largest Covid-19 vaccination campaign has been launched in India today. The Honorable Prime Minister will launch a nationwide vaccination campaign through video conference at 10.30 am.

Today is also important for India because the number of confirmed cases is only 2 percent of the total active cases in the country (2,11,033). The number of active cases as on June 29, 2020 was 2,10,120.

Health cases have crossed 96 percent of the total cases 96.56 percent.

The total number of confirmed confirmed cases is 2,11,033, and is either in-house or in hospitals separately. The total cases recovered are over 1 crore (1,01,79,715).

The number of recoverable cases is continuously increasing. The interval between recovered cases and confirmed cases has steadily increased and has been updated to 99,68,682.

There have been less than 5000 active cases reported from 25 states and union territories registering a steady decline in active cases in the country. Only 15 percent of the total active cases have been reported from these states and union territories.

The number of active cases from various states and union territories are as follows:

81.94 percent of newly recovered cases have been reported from 10 states and union territories.

Kerala has recorded the highest recovery in a single day with 4,603 newly recovered cases in the last 24 hours, while 3,500 in Maharashtra and 1009 patients in Chhattisgarh have recovered after that.

80.81 percent of new cases have been reported from 8 states and union territories.

Kerala continues to have the highest number of daily cases with 5,624 new cases followed by Maharashtra with 3,145 cases and West Bengal with 708 cases.

175 deaths have been recorded in the last 24 hours.

69.14 percent of the new death cases are from six states and union territories. Maharashtra had the highest number of 45 deaths. 23 and 16 daily death cases have been reported in Kerala and West Bengal respectively.

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