Active Covid cases above 10,000 after 134 days

The daily positivity rate has been recorded at 3.19% and the weekly positivity rate at 1.39%

Updated - March 27, 2023 11:42 am IST

Published - March 27, 2023 10:45 am IST - New Delhi

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India has logged 1,805 new coronavirus cases, while the active cases have surpassed the 10,000 mark after 134 days, according to Union Health Ministry data updated on Monday.

The daily positivity rate has been recorded at 3.19% and the weekly positivity rate at 1.39%.

The active cases have increased to 10,300, the data updated at 8 a.m. stated. On Sunday, the Health Ministry had put the count of active cases at 9,433.

The death toll has increased to 5,30,837 with six deaths, one each reported by Chandigarh, Gujarat, Himachal Pradesh, and Uttar Pradesh in a span of 24 hours, and two reconciled by Kerala.

The total tally of Covid cases is 4.47 crore (4,47,05,952), the data stated.

The active cases now comprise 0.02% of the total infections, while the national Covid recovery rate has been recorded at 98.79%, according to the Health Ministry's website.

The number of people who have recuperated from the disease has increased to 4,41,64,815, the data stated. The case fatality rate has been recorded at 1.19%. According to the ministry's website, 220.65 crore doses of Covid vaccine have been administered so far under the nationwide Covid vaccination drive.

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