Coronavirus India Update: No relief from corona, death toll increased in the country; Covid 4th Wave seems alarming

Publish Date: 25 Jul, 2022 |

The damage caused by the coronavirus in the nation doesn't appear to be fading away any time soon. The pandemic's fourth wave has begun to spread, raising worrying questions about how individuals are treating the virus carelessly. Although the country now has registered a significantly lower incidence of coronavirus infections,  In the last 24 hours, 16,866 corona cases have been reported nationwide. In total, 4 crore 39 million 5 thousand 621 cases of corona have been recorded in the country up to this time. The Health Ministry reports that 41 additional people have died as a result of corona-related causes during this time. Moreover, 5 lakh 26 thousand 74 people have passed away from disease.

Coronavirus India Update July 2022

The nation has received 202 crore 17 lakh 66 thousand 615 doses of the corona vaccine, which is considered a potent tool in the war against the coronavirus. 18,148 persons who had Corona in the previous days, according to the ministry, had also fully recovered. There are now 1 lakh 50 thousand 877 fewer active cases. According to the report, the daily positive rate has risen to 7.03 percent. Up to this moment, 4 crore 39 lakh 5 thousand 621 cases nationwide have been reported with corona occurrences. Additionally, at the same period, 5 lakh 26 thousand and 74 people died from infection.

Kerala records most no. of deaths due to coronavirus

With 13, Kerala has the most fatalities. Meanwhile, six to six persons each in Maharashtra and West Bengal, four in Punjab, two in Delhi and Sikkim, one in Assam, Bihar, Chhattisgarh, Manipur, Nagaland, Odisha, Tripura, and Uttar Pradesh have passed away due to the virus.


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