86,052 New COVID-19 Cases Take India’s Tally to Over 58 Lakh
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India on Friday, 25 September, reported 86,052 new coronavirus cases, taking the tally in the country to 58,18,571. The death toll increased by 1,141 to 92,290.
According to the Union Health Ministry data, there are currently 9,70,116 active cases in the country, while 47,56,164 patients have been discharged, and one had migrated earlier.
- Maharashtra on Friday reported 17,794 new COVID-19 cases and 416 fatalities, taking the tally to 13,00,757 and the death toll to 34,761
- Delhi reported 3,827 new COVID-19 cases and 24 fatalities, taking the tally in the national capital to 2,64,450 and the death toll to 5,147
- Globally, over 32.2 million cases of COVID-19 have been recorded so far, with the death toll standing at over 9,83,000
Karnataka Congress MLA Narayan Rao Dies of COVID-19
Karnataka Congress MLA B Narayan Rao died of COVID-19 in Bengaluru on Thursday, reported PTI.
The legislator from Bidar was admitted to the Manipal Hospital on 1 September and was diagnosed with severe COVID-19 infection.
Spike of Over 86K New COVID Cases
India's COVID-19 tally has crossed the 58 lakh-mark with a spike of 86,052 new cases and 1,141 deaths in the last 24 hours.
The total case tally stands at 58,18,571 including 9,70,116 active cases, 47,56,165 cured/discharged/migrated and 92,290 deaths, data from the Ministry of Health & Family Welfare said on Friday.
Recovery Rate Rises to 81.74%: Health Ministry
India has recorded over 47.5 lakh COVID-19 recoveries so far, with 10 states and Union territories – including Maharashtra, Delhi and West Bengal – accounting for 73 percent of the new recovered cases, the Health Ministry said on Friday, adding that the recovery rate currently stands at 81.74 percent.
India's Healthcare System Has Shown Great Efficiency: Health Minister Harsh Vardhan
Union Health Minister Harsh Vardhan on Friday said that while over five million people have been infected with COVID-19 in India, the country's healthcare system has shown great efficiency in providing diagnostic and management facilities as well as keeping the mortality "minimum" and the recovery "maximum".
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