New Delhi, March 7
Six states including Maharashtra, Kerala, Punjab and Gujarat are reporting high daily COVID-19 cases, accounting for 84.71 per cent of the 18,711 new cases, the Union Health Ministry mentioned on Sunday.
Maharashtra continues to report the best daily new cases at 10,187. It is adopted by Kerala with 2,791 whereas Punjab reported 1,159 new cases.
The Centre is repeatedly participating with the states and UTs reporting greater caseload of energetic cases and these displaying an increase within the daily new COVID cases, the ministry mentioned.
It has deputed high-level groups to Maharashtra and Punjab, which are displaying steep enhance within the daily new cases.
The different states reporting high daily COVID-19 cases are Karnataka and Tamil Nadu.
Eight states are displaying an upward trajectory in daily new cases, the ministry highlighted.
India’s whole COVID-9 energetic cases elevated to 1.84 lakh (1,84,523) which now consists of 1.65 per cent of the overall infections.
According to the info, 100 deaths have been reported in a span of 24 hours.
Six states account for 87 per cent of the brand new deaths. Maharashtra noticed the utmost casualties (47). Kerala follows with 16 daily deaths. Punjab reported 12 deaths.
In the previous two weeks, 10 states haven’t reported any COVID-19 deaths whereas 12 states reported between 1 and 10 deaths.
Nineteen states and UTs haven’t reported any COVID-19 deaths in a span of 24 hours. These are Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh, Chandigarh, Uttarakhand, Goa, Odisha, Himachal Pradesh, Jharkhand, Sikkim, Lakshadweep, Ladakh (UT), Manipur, Meghalaya, Nagaland, Daman and Diu, Dadra and Nagar Haveli, Tripura, Mizoram, Andaman and Nicobar Islands and Arunachal Pradesh.
More than 2 crore vaccine doses have been administered by means of 3,39,145 periods, as per the provisional report until Sunday 7 am.
These embrace 69,82,637 healthcare staff (HCWs) who’ve been administered the first dose, 35,42,123 HCWs who’ve been given the 2nd dose, 65,85,752 frontline staff (FLWs) who’ve taken the first dose and 2,11,918 FLWs (2nd Dose), 4,76,041 beneficiaries aged greater than 45 years with particular co-morbidities (1st Dose) and 31,23,873 beneficiaries aged greater than 60 years.
As on Day-50 of the vaccination drive (sixth March), greater than 14 lakh vaccine doses got.
Out of which, 11,71,673 beneficiaries have been vaccinated throughout 17,654 periods for 1st dose (HCWs and FLWs) and 2,53,020 HCWs and FLWs acquired 2nd dose of vaccine.
The 11,71,673 beneficiaries embrace 7,45,639 aged over 60 and 1,29,295 aged 45 to 60 with comorbidities. — PTI