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Coronavirus cases In India: Number of active cases reached close to 2.5 lakh, 18,346 people got infected in a day

According to the new figures, 18,346 people have been corona infected in the last 24 hours, which is the lowest number of daily infections in the last 209 days.

Coronavirus cases In India: There is a significant decrease in the cases of corona infection in the country. There has been a significant decrease in the daily figure of infection in the last few days. Active cases of corona infection have now come down to less than 3 lakhs. But the figures of infections and daily deaths coming from Kerala are astonishing. Meanwhile, the data of corona infection that came out in the last 24 hours has been released by the Union Health Ministry.Also Read – Navratri 2021 Guidelines: Maharashtra government issued guidelines regarding Navratri, Durga Puja, ban on Garba-Dandiya

According to the new figures, 18,346 people have been corona infected in the last 24 hours, which is the lowest number of daily infections in the last 209 days. During this time, more than 28 thousand people have been cured and treated. At present, there are a total of 2,52,902 active cases of corona. Let us inform that out of the total figures of daily infection, most of the cases are coming from Kerala for the last few days. Also Read – Zydus Cadila ready to give three doses of Kovid vaccine to people above 12 years for Rs 1900, the government is negotiating

On Thursday also, more than 15 thousand infection cases were reported in Kerala. At the same time, the death of 122 people was confirmed here. On the other hand, 15,914 infection cases have been reported from Kerala on Friday. Kerala alone accounts for 55-60 percent of the total corona infection cases in the country. Also Read – Kerala New Guidelines: Kerala gives relaxation in Corona restrictions, theaters will open from October 25; Increased number of guests at weddings

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