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Coronavirus India Update: With 1 Lakh New Cases, Nation Records Lowest Tally Since April 5

The active cases in the nation fell down by 76,190 cases in the past 24 hours to 14,01,609.

Man wearing COVID-19/coronavirus mask (Photo Credit: PTI)
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New Delhi: India on Monday (June 7) reported 1,00,636  new COVID-19 cases which is the lowest figure since April 5. 2427 deaths were reported in the last 24 hours according to the statistics by the Union Ministry of Health and Family Welfare.

The active cases in the nation fell down by 76,190 cases in the past 24 hours to 14,01,609.

With this, the total cases reported since the start of the pandemic climbed up to 2,89,09,975.

The death toll in the country has now risen to 3,49,186.

More daily recoveries were reported than daily new cases for the 25th consecutive day.

1,74,399 people have been discharged in the past 24 hours which has taken the total tally to 2,71,59,180.

The new infections have been staying above 200,000-mark since April 15.

The new cases have been increasing at an alarming pace since the country broke the one lakh case barrier on April 4 when it reported 1,03,558 new COVID-19 cases.

Within a fortnight, the numbers have doubled, sounding alarm bells throughout the country as medical infrastructure, doctors and patients grapple with resource crunch.

On the vaccination front, 23,27,86,482 jabs have been administered till 7 am on June 7.

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