- India’s COVID-19 tally continues to remain above 30,000 fresh cases for a second consecutive day on Monday
- Kerala is the leading contributor, registering nearly 19,653 infections and 152 deaths
- The national COVID-19 recovery rate was lodged at 97.72 percent
India’s COVID-19 tally continues to remain above 30,000 fresh cases for a second consecutive day on Monday. In the past 24 hours, the country has registered around 30,256 cases, as stated by the Union Health Ministry on their website. Kerala is the leading contributor, registering nearly 19,653 infections and 152 deaths.
Altogether, the nationwide COVID-19 tally has now surged up to 33,478,419 cases with the death toll reaching 445,133, as per the health ministry. The active cases dropped to 318,181 and at present consists of 0.95 percent of total infections which is the lowest since March 2020.
The national COVID-19 recovery rate was lodged at 97.72 percent. The health minister noted that the number of people recovered from the infection has increased to 32,715,105 and the fatality rate was recorded at 1.33 percent.
Following Kerala, Maharashtra was the second contributor to the daily cases of India. On Sunday, the state registered 3,413 new COVID-19 cases of which Mumbai recorded 420 cases, according to the state health bulletin. The state’s COVID-19 tally soared up to 65,21,915 cases. The active cases reached 42,955.
On Saturday, the ministry of information and broadcasting displayed a graphic on social media, mentioning symptoms that can take place within 20 days of administration of any vaccine against COVID-19. In such cases, the central government urged patients to consult a health professional.
The symptoms include chest pain, shortness of breath, vomiting or persistent abdominal pain, blurred or pain in the eyes, and severe or persistent headache. Some may also develop weakness in body parts, pain in limbs or swelling in arms or feet.