Covid 19 Positivity Rate Four months later corona infection rate has crossed 3 percent Health Minister made this appeal to states mhpv

New Delhi, June 15: India Covid-19 Cases: The Corona Virus has once again raised concerns. In India, coronavirus infection is on the rise again. The number of corona infection patients in the country has been steadily increasing for the last several days. After four months in India, the positive rate of Kovid-19 infection was reported to be more than 3 percent. Union Health Minister Mansukh Mandvia has called on all states to keep a close eye on the growing number of patients with corona. In addition, the Union Minister has called upon the states to strictly enforce all the rules for corona infection. Cases of corona infection are on the rise in the country. On Wednesday, 8822 new cases of infection were reported in the last 24 hours. This is the highest number of patients reported in a single day in the last three months. Following the latest cases, the number of active corona patients in the country has risen to 53,637. At the same time, the daily infection rate was 2.35 percent.

Fifteen people have died in the last 24 hours

According to the Corona Infection report released on Wednesday, 15 people have died from the infection in 24 hours. Since then, the death toll from corona infection in the country has risen to 5,24,792. However, the rapidly rising corona infection rate in the country has once again raised the concern of the health department. The country’s corona has been slowing down for the past three months. Once again, cases of corona infection are on the rise.

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Union Health Minister Mansukh Mandvia has called on the states to strictly adhere to the Corona guidelines. The Ministry of Health has been keeping a close watch on cases of corona infection in the country. The health department is also urging people to participate in anti-corona vaccinations to fight the epidemic.

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