The number of daily cases in India’s Kovid-19 outbreak is at its lowest level in recent weeks

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According to the Indian Ministry of Health statement, 127,000,510 cases detected in the past 24 hours became the lowest number of cases in the past 52 days.

In the country, where the total number of cases rose to 28 million 175 thousand 44, the total number of deaths reached 331 thousand 895, with 2 thousand 795 people losing their lives in the last 24 hours.

It is noteworthy that while the number of cases in the country has decreased, deaths have not yet decreased at the same rate.

The number of cases in the country had exceeded 100,000 on April 4, 200,000 on April 15, 300,000 on April 21 and more than 400,000 on April 30.

The number of cases fell below 130,000 for the first time since April 9 in the past 24 hours.

Daily losses, which rose to over 4,500 on May 18, declined relatively and fell below 3,000 for the first time since April 27.

Experts say the actual number of cases and deaths may be much higher than expected.

In the country where the positive case rate is 9 percent and the cure rate is 92.1 percent, 1,895,000,506 patients are still on treatment.

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THE NUMBER OF VACCINES APPLIED EXCEEDS 215 MILLION

Meanwhile, it has been reported that 215 million 818 thousand 547 vaccine doses have been made so far as part of the vaccination campaign which began on January 16 in the country.

In this country of 1.4 billion people, vaccination has not yet reached a level that will stop the epidemic.

The Serum Institute of India, one of the world’s largest vaccine manufacturers, has announced that it will produce 90 million doses of the AstraZeneca vaccine, of which it produced 65 million doses in May, to meet growing demand. .

According to the “Worldometers” website, where the Kovid-19 data are compiled, India is “second country with the most cases in the world and the third country with the most deaths”.

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