India reports 11,499 fresh COVID19 cases with 255 deaths

February 26, 2022 0 Comments


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oi-Prakash KL

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New
Delhi,
Feb
26:

India
reported
11,499
fresh
Covid-19
cases
with
255
deaths
in
the
last
24
hours,
the
Union
Health
Ministry’s
latest
data
said.

India reports 11,499 fresh COVID19 cases with 255 deaths

On
Friday,
23,598
patients
recuperated
from
the
infection
to
take
the
total
number
of
recoveries
in
the
country
since
the
beginning
of
the
pandemic
to
4,22,70,482.
Whereas
the
death
toll
climbed
to
5,13,481.

India’s
Active
Caseload
is
presently
at
1,21,881.
Active
cases
constitute
0.28%
of
the
country’s
total
Positive
Cases.

Weekly
Positivity
Rate
in
the
country
currently
stands
at
1.36%
and
the
Daily
Positivity
rate
is
reported
to
be
1.01%.

The
testing
capacity
across
the
country
continues
to
be
expanded.
The
last
24
hours
saw
a
total
of
11,36,133
tests
being
conducted.
India
has
so
far
conducted
over
76.57
Cr
(76,57,35,314)
cumulative
tests.

With
the
administration
of
more
than
28.29
lakh
Doses
(28,29,582)
vaccine
doses
in
the
last
24
hours,
India’s
COVID-19
vaccination
coverage
has
exceeded
177.17
Cr
(1,77,17,68,379)
as
per
provisional
reports
till
7
am
today.

The
countrywide
vaccination
drive
was
rolled
out
on
January
16
in
2021
with
healthcare
workers
(HCWs)
getting
inoculated
in
the
first
phase.
The
vaccination
of
frontline
workers
(FLWs)
started
on
February
2.
The
next
phase
of
COVID-19
vaccination
commenced
from
March
1
for
people
over
60
years
of
age
and
those
aged
45
and
above
with
specified
co-morbid
conditions.

The
country
launched
vaccination
for
all
people
aged
more
than
45
years
from
April
1.

The
government
then
decided
to
expand
its
vaccination
drive
by
allowing
everyone
above
18
to
be
vaccinated
from
May
1.

India
took
85
days
to
touch
10
crore
vaccinations,
45
days
to
cross
the
20-crore
mark
and
29
more
days
to
reach
30
crore.
The
country
took
24
days
to
reach
40
crore
from
30
crore
doses
and
then
20
more
days
to
cross
50
crore
vaccinations
on
August
6.
It
then
took
76
days
to
go
past
the
100-crore
mark.



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