India clocks fresh spike of 31,522 nCoV cases, recovery rate 94.74 pc

AHMEDABAD, SEP 09 (UNI) A healthcare worker wearing personal protective equipment (PPE) takes swab from a construction worker for a rapid antigen test at a construction site in Ahmedabad on Wednesday.UNI PHOTO-UNI PHOTO-45U

New Delhi, Dec 10 (UNI) India on Thursday clocked a fresh spike of 31,522 fresh nCoV cases pushing the country’s overall tally to 97,67,372, the Union Health Ministry update said.

With 412 more lives lost due to COVID in the past 24 hours, the country’s pandemic death toll has now mounted to 1,41,772, the government data said.

Active case load on the country has taken a dip by 6,616, as there were more recoveries than new cases since Wednesday, and presently the figure stands at 3,72,293.

Meanwhile, there were 37,725 patients who recovered from the viral infection since past one day, taking the total number of recoveries till date to 92,53,306.

According to the ICMR , 15,07,59,726 cumulative samples have been tested so far , for the virus spread till date.

In percentage, active cases are 3.81 per cent, discharged cases 94.74 per cent, and deaths 1.45 per cent of the total case count so far.


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