The country recorded 18,855 new infections on January 29.
The death toll has risen to 1,57,051 and 113 new deaths have occurred. The data updated at 8 am shows.
The active case load has further increased to 1,64,511. It constitutes 1.48 percent of all infections, it showed.
The number of people who have recovered from the disease has skyrocketed to 1,07,75,169. This means that the national COVID-19 recovery rate is 97.10 percent. The case fatality rate is 1.42 percent.
India’s COVID-19 total exceeded 20 Rakı on August 7, 30 Rakı on August 23, 40 Rakı on September 5, and 50 Rakı on September 16. This exceeded 60 Rakı on September 28th and 70 Rakı on October 11th. It exceeded 80 Rakı on October 29, 90 Rakı on November 20, and 1 crawl on December 19.
According to the Indian Council of Medical Research, 21,62,31,106 samples were tested by February 27, and 7,95,723 samples were tested on Saturday.
The 113 new deaths include 51 from Maharashtra, 18 from Kerala and 11 from Punjab.
So far, including 52,092 from Maharashtra, 12,493 from Tamil Nadu, 12,326 from Karnataka, 10,909 from Delhi, 10,266 from West Bengal, 8,725 from Uttar Pradesh and 7,169 from Andhra Pradesh1 , 57,051 deaths have been reported.
The Ministry of Health emphasized that more than 70 percent of deaths were caused by comorbidities.
“Our numbers are being coordinated with the Indian Medical Research Council,” the ministry said on its website, adding that the distribution of numbers by state is subject to further verification and adjustment.
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