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Covid-19 India Update: India Reported 39,742 New Covid-19 Cases, Recovery Rate at 97.36% | 25 July

India reported 39,742 new Covid-19 cases in the last 24 hours. 39,972 patients recovered during the last 24 hours. With this the recovery rate has increased to 97.36%. Daily positivity rate reaches at 2.31%, less than 3% for 34 consecutive days. India’s Active Caseload is currently at 4,08,212. Active cases now constitute 1.30% of total… Continue reading Covid-19 India Update: India Reported 39,742 New Covid-19 Cases, Recovery Rate at 97.36% | 25 July

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India reported 39,742 new Covid-19 cases in the last 24 hours.

India reported 39,742 new Covid-19 cases in the last 24 hours. 39,972 patients recovered during the last 24 hours. With this the recovery rate has increased to 97.36%. Daily positivity rate reaches at 2.31%, less than 3% for 34 consecutive days. India’s Active Caseload is currently at 4,08,212. Active cases now constitute 1.30% of total cases.

Southern states continue to remain a worry as India fights against the Covid-19 pandemic. The two most affected states recording maximum Covid-19 cases are Kerala and Maharashtra. Covid-19 infections continued to surge sharply in Kerala with daily new cases touching a 51 day high of 18,531. The state reported 98 deaths and 15,507 recoveries. Maharashtra reported 6,269 new Covid-19 cases, 224 deaths and 7,332 recoveries in the last 24 hours. Apart from South India, some states of the northeast, such as Assam and Manipur continued to report a spike in Covid-19 cases.

Delhi recorded 66 new Covid-19 cases 52 recoveries and 0 death in last 24 hours. With the Covid-19 cases continuing to decline, the Delhi government has decided to further ease restrictions from 26th July. While cinema halls, theatres and multiplexes will be allowed to open with 50 percent seating capacity, the Delhi Metro and public buses will be permitted to operate with 100% seating capacity.

India has asked the United Kingdom (UK) to review the ‘red list’ travel ban on Indian nationals citing the improved pandemic situation in Mumbai, and the capital New Delhi. India’s Foreign Secretary Harsh Vardhan Shringla urged the UK govt to consider lifting the travel bans on visitors from India. He also unveiled India’s plans of issuance of vaccine certificates which will be implemented soon by the Indian government that will facilitate international travel.

In a bid to ramp up the vaccination process, India’s cumulative Covid-19 vaccination coverage crosses 43.31 Crore.