India Logs 79 Covid-19 Infections, Active Caseload Down Further At 2148; No Deaths For Third Consecutive Day

India logged in 79 cases of Covid-19 infection, according to the data released daily by the Union Health Ministry. The active caseload continues a downward slide 2,148. A total of 44,450,040 people were discharged, according to the ministry. Also, no death was reported for the third straight day.

Updated Jun 14, 2023 | 11:04 AM IST

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The active case load continues its downward trend, presently logging in 2,149 cases

New Delhi: India on Wednesday (June 14) recorded 79 cases of Covid-19 infection in the last 24 hours, according to the daily bulletin released by Union Ministry of Health and Family Welfare.
According to the released data, the active case load continues its downward trend, presently logging in 2,149 cases. Since early May, covid cases have come crashing down after a massive peak which caused infections and deaths across the country.
According to health experts, the sub-variant XBB.1.16 or Arcturus has been behind the spike in the number of covid cases across the country that began late in February and began easing off last month.
The ministry numbers have pegged the recovery rate at 98.97 percent.
According to numbers, the death toll has been constant 5,31,892 with no new fatalities recorded after a long time. The health ministry has announced the fatality rate at 1.19 per cent.
The daily positivity rate, according to the ministry data, is 3.52 per cent and the weekly positivity rate was pegged at 5.42 per cent with the total number of those who recuperated from the disease reaching 44,45,9040.
According to the ministry's data, 2,20,67,31,715 doses of Covid vaccine have been administered so far under the nationwide inoculation drive, and 469 injections were administered in a single day.
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