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43,071 New COVID-19 Cases, 955 Deaths in India; Tally Over 3.05 Cr

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India on Sunday, 4 July, reported 43,071 new coronavirus cases, taking the tally in the country to 3,05,45,433. The death toll increased by 955 to 4,02,005.

According to the Union Health Ministry data, there are currently 4,85,350 active cases across the country, while 2,96,58,078 patients have been discharged so far, with 52,299 discharges reported in the last 24 hours.

Snapshot
  • Delhi on Sunday reported 94 new coronavirus cases, with a positivity rate of 0.13 percent, and seven deaths.

  • More than 35.12 crore COVID-19 vaccine doses have been administered since India's inoculation drive began in January

  • Karnataka has further relaxed lockdown restrictions from Monday, with CM BS Yediyurappa saying the weekend curfew will be lifted while night curfew will continue from 9 pm to 5 am

7:52 PM , 04 Jul

Mumbai Reports 548 New COVID-19 Cases

Mumbai, on Sunday, reported 548 new COVID-19 cases, 705 discharges, and 24 deaths.

  • Active cases: 8,114

  • Total recoveries: 6,98,696

  • Death toll: 15,544

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7:43 PM , 04 Jul

Karnataka Reports 1,564 New COVID-19 Cases

Karnataka, on Sunday, reported 1,564 fresh COVID-19 cases, 4,775 patient discharges, and 59 deaths in the past 24 hours.

  • Active cases: 44,846

  • Total discharges: 27,73,407

  • Death toll: 35,367

7:42 PM , 04 Jul

Manipur Reports 643 New COVID-19 Cases

Manipur, on Sunday, 4 July, reported 643 new COVID-19 cases, 602 recoveries and eight deaths in the last 24 hours

  • Active cases: 6,159

  • Total recoveries: 64,931

  • Death toll: 1,196

7:41 PM , 04 Jul

Two New Vaccine Testing Facilities Set Up in Pune & Hyderabad: Govt

Two new vaccine testing facilities have been set up in National Centre for Cell Science, Pune and National Institute of Animal Biotechnology, Hyderabad as Central Drug Laboratory for batch testing and quality control of vaccines, reported ANI, citing the Government of India.

Further, as per the government funding support from PM-CARES Fund is being used for this purpose.

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Published: 04 Jul 2021, 9:04 AM IST
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