Coronavirus cases in India cross 17 lakh mark; death toll at 37364

Over 55,000 new cases biggest single-day spike take India's COVID-19 tally past 16 lakh death toll crosses 35,000-mark

Over 55,000 new cases biggest single-day spike take India's COVID-19 tally past 16 lakh death toll crosses 35,000-mark

The country had crossed the one lakh-mark in 110 days.

"Emphasis on early detection through aggressive testing and effective clinical management of the hospitalised cases have resulted in the continuously falling case fatality rate (CFR), indicating that India has been able to successfully contain the fatality rate of COVID-19", it said. Among these cases 5,45,318 are active.

Delhi has a total of 10,743 active cases and 3,936 deaths. The death toll has reached 35,747.

However, infections are rising rapidly in states like Andhra Pradesh and Karnataka. The national capital's COVID-19 tally has moved past 1.35 lakh. So far 10,57,806 patients have been cured/discharged/migrated.

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Also, 3,231 dedicated COVID Health Centres with 2,07,239 isolation beds, 18,613 ICU beds and 74,130 oxygen-supported beds and 6,668 ventilators have been made operational.

A Central Group of Ministers meeting, under the chairmanship of Union Health Minister Dr Harsh Vardhan, was held at Nirman Bhawan on Friday on the COVID-19 situation in the country.

The UN health agency on Saturday warned that the coronavirus pandemic would be lengthy and could lead to "response fatigue", as India and the Philippines reported a record rise in new cases.

So far, 674 people have died of COVID-19 in Rajasthan, 519 in Telangana, 421 in Haryana, 386 in Punjab, 377 in Jammu and Kashmir, 296 in Bihar, 177 in Odisha, 106 in Jharkhand, 98 in Assam, 80 in Uttarakhand, 73 in Kerala, according to the health ministry data.

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