India’s COVID-19 tally currently stands at 75,97,063 with 46,790 new Coronavirus cases in the last 24 hours. On July 23, India recorded 45,720 cases.
New Delhi| India’s COVID-19 Tally has been witnessing a downward trend since the last few weeks. Adding to it, for the first time in months, India recorded less than 50,000 new COVID-19 cases. The country had last recorded the new daily case tally below 50,000 in July end. After that, the number of infections shot up with the country recording daily 90,000+ cases around mid-September.
India’s COVID-19 tally currently stands at 75,97,063 with 46,790 new Coronavirus cases in the last 24 hours. On July 23, India recorded 45,720 cases. India also recorded deaths less than a thousand in a day. 587 deaths in the last 24 hours took the death toll of the country to 1,15,197. While recoveries have improved, active cases have fallen, shows the govt data.
This comes a day after the government panel on COVID-19 said that country has passed the peak of the pandemic. However, it also warned that the cases may spike up to 26 lakh a month if the protocols are not followed especially in the festive season. A government-appointed panel has said the virus can be brought under control in India by “early next year, with minimal active cases by February end”, if safety measures are properly followed.