Corona killed about 4 thousand lives in 24 hours, 42,015 new patients were found

corona cases 21 July21

New Delhi: Once again the number of corona virus-infected in India has crossed 40 thousand. According to the data of the Union Health Ministry, 42 thousand 15 new cases of Covid-19 infection have come in the country in the last 24 hours. During this 3 thousand 998 patients have died. In one day, 36 thousand 977 people became healthy. Including the new figures, the total number of infected in the country has increased to 3 crores 12 lakh 16 thousand 337. At the same time, 4 lakh 18 thousand 480 patients have lost their lives so far. At present, treatment of 4 lakh 7 thousand 170 patients is going on.

Door to door vaccination is going to start in Mumbai
The Maharashtra government and the Mumbai civic administration have told the court that from August 1, a new drive is going to start in Mumbai. Under this, 3 thousand 505 people who are bedridden, forced to live in wheelchairs, sick, and physically disabled will be vaccinated at their homes. Here, once again there have been reports of vaccine shortage in Mumbai. Vaccination has been stopped at the BKC vaccination center in the city. According to the news agency ANI, even in the midst of heavy rains, people had come to get the vaccine.

corona cases 21 July21

The daily positivity rate of coronavirus is 2.27% and the recovery rate has increased to 97.36%. The Ministry of Health has given this information. In the last 24 hours, 34 lakh 25 thousand 446 doses were given in the country. So far 41 crores 54 lakh 72 thousand 455 doses have been given. The recovery rate is 97.36 percent.

According to the PTI, after 33 new cases of coronavirus infection were reported in Jharkhand in the last 24 hours, the number of infected has increased to 3 lakh 46 thousand 778, while the death toll remains at 5 thousand 122 due to no new death. is. In the state, 3 lakh 41 thousand 336 patients of Kovid-19 have become healthy while 320 infected are still being treated in different hospitals.