A total of 10,584 new infections and 13,255 recoverys were recorded over a 24-hour period, reducing the total number of active cases by 2,749.
According to the ministry, India’s daily positive rate is still below 3%.
The country reported 78 new Covid-19 deaths on Tuesday, the Ministry of Health said, emphasizing that a steady decline in the number of new deaths per day has been observed.
Twenty-one states and coalition regions added that they had not reported new Covid-19 deaths in 24 hours. These are Madhya Pradesh, Assam, Rajasthan, Hariyana, Jam and Kashmir, Odisha, Andhra Pradesh, Gore, Himathar Pradesh, Pondicherry, Rakshadoweep, Manipur, Sikkim, Tripla, Ladakh, Megaraya, Misoram, Nagaland, Arnachar Pradesh, This is Andaman. , Daman and Diu, Dadra and Nagar Haveli.
By 8 am on February 23, vaccination rates ranged from 1,17,45,552 to 2,44,877 sessions, according to a preliminary report from the ministry. This figure is at the forefront of 64,51,251 healthcare workers who received the first dose, 12,58,177 healthcare workers who received the second dose, and 40,36,124 who received the first dose of the vaccine. Workers are included.
The second dose of the Covid-19 vaccine began on February 13 for beneficiaries who completed 28 days after receiving the first dose. Inoculation of frontline workers began on February 2.
On the 38th day of the vaccination drive on February 22, 6,28,696 vaccinations were given and 3,38,373 beneficiaries (healthcare workers and frontline workers) were given the first vaccination. , 2,90,323 health care workers received a second vaccination.
The ministry said 51.66 percent of the total vaccine dose was concentrated in seven states. Uttar Pradesh alone accounts for 10.4% (12,26,775 doses).
He added that 61.15 percent of the second dose given was concentrated in eight states. Karnataka alone accounts for 11.13 percent of these (1,40,076 doses).
According to the ministry, India’s cumulative recovery surged to 1.07 chlores (1,07,12,665).
“The gap between the total number of recovered cases and active cases is constantly widening, reaching 10,565,359 at present,” he added.
The ministry said 84 percent of new cases were reported from six states. Maharashtra had the highest number of new cases of 5,210, followed by Kerala (2,212) and Tamil Nadu (449).
Six states also accounted for 84.62 percent of new deaths. According to the ministry, 18 people were killed in Maharashtra, followed by 16 in Kerala and 15 in Punjab.
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