- Today, the country’s total death toll is 5,24,539.
- India has witnessed a total of 2,296 COVID releases in the last 24 hours.
- The active COVID-19 caseload climbed by 400 cases in just 24 hours.
In the last 24 hours, India has seen 2,710 new cases of the novel coronavirus, with 14 people dying as a result of the infection. According to data issued by the Union Health Ministry on Friday (May 27), the country saw 2,296 discharges in the previous 24 hours, bringing the total recovery rate to around 98.75 percent and the total number of recoveries to 4,26,07,177.
According to data issued today by India’s health ministry, the number of active COVID-19 cases has risen to 15,814. As of yesterday, the total number of active cases was 15,414.
The active COVID-19 caseload climbed by 400 cases in just 24 hours. Active cases make about 0.03 percent of all infections, according to the government.
Today, the country’s total death toll is 5,24,539. In March 2020, the first death from the COVID epidemic was reported in India.
Meanwhile, the Delhi health department reported 403 new Covid cases and one additional fatality on Thursday, with a positive rate of 1.76 percent, according to data provided by the agency.
According to the study, Delhi’s COVID-19 tally has increased to 19,05,067 cases, with a death toll of 26,208.
The day before, 22,837 COVID-19 tests were done in the capital, according to the department’s latest bulletin.
On Wednesday, 425 new COVID-19 cases were reported in Delhi, with a 1.89 percent positivity rate, and four more persons died from the virus. In the national capital on Tuesday, 418 new coronavirus cases were reported, with a 2.27 percent positive rate.
On Monday, 268 new cases were reported in Delhi, with a 2.69 percent positive rate. On Sunday, 365 cases were reported in the city, with a 1.97 percent positive rate and one fatality.