Coronavirus: 12,847 new cases registered in India in last 24 hours, 14 patients died.


Coronavirus : The cases of coronavirus in India are increasing rapidly once again. In the last 24 hours, 12,847 new cases have been registered, which is more than yesterday. According to the data released by the Ministry of Health, 12,213 new cases were reported in the country on Thursday, which has increased today. Today these cases have increased to 12847. Let us tell you, 14 patients have died due to infection during this period.

Active cases have increased to 63,063.

At the same time, 14 people have died during this period. Apart from new cases, the infection rate i.e. positivity rate and active cases are also increasing. According to the data, now the number of active cases in the country has increased to 63 thousand 063. On the other hand, if we look at the total number of cases, then this figure has reached 4 crore 32 lakh 70 thousand 577. Apart from this, since the beginning of the Corona period, 5 lakh 24 thousand 817 people have died due to this virus in the country. At the same time, vaccination is also going on fast in India. So far the total vaccination has been 1,95,84,03,471.

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Coronavirus cases increasing continuously.

If we look at the figures of the day before, then on June 16, about 12 thousand 2 hundred cases were registered in the country. For the last few days, this figure was made near 8 thousand continuously, but now there has been a sudden big jump in corona cases. Due to the ever-increasing corona cases, now there is a danger of fourth wave. That is why the emphasis is on vaccination across the country. According to the Health Ministry data, the daily infection rate is 2.35 percent. While the weekly infection rate is 2.38 percent. The death rate from Covid-19 is 1.21 percent.

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