India continues to make significant progress in its nationwide vaccination drive against COVID-19. As of now, a total of 220.66 crore vaccine doses have been administered, with 95.21 crore individuals receiving their second dose and 22.87 crore individuals receiving a precautionary dose. In the last 24 hours alone, 367 doses were administered, contributing to the country’s robust vaccination efforts.
The active caseload in India currently stands at 14,493, representing a mere 0.03% of the total cases. This low percentage is a testament to the effectiveness of the vaccination campaign and the collective efforts to contain the spread of the virus. Furthermore, the recovery rate stands at an impressive 98.78%, with 1,815 individuals recovering in the last 24 hours, bringing the total number of recoveries to 4,44,35,204.
While the fight against the virus continues, it is crucial to monitor the number of new cases. In the last 24 hours, 801 new cases were recorded, maintaining a daily positivity rate of 1.44%. This figure, along with the weekly positivity rate of 1.11%, underscores the consistent efforts to keep the transmission of the virus under control.
To ensure effective management of the pandemic, extensive testing has been conducted throughout the country. So far, a total of 92.86 crore tests have been conducted, with 55,636 tests carried out in the last 24 hours. This widespread testing allows for early detection, prompt treatment, and containment of the virus.
As India continues to vaccinate its population, maintain a low active caseload, and witness a high recovery rate, the collective efforts of healthcare workers, government authorities, and the public at large play a crucial role in mitigating the impact of the pandemic. It is imperative to remain vigilant, adhere to safety protocols, and encourage vaccination to further curb the spread of COVID-19 in the country.