After reaching the peak number of cases of about 90,000 cases in a single day in September, India has been reporting a steady decline in the fresh cases from the past one month. Further, easing out the second wave tensions in the country, India on Monday logged 30,548 fresh COVID-19 infections in the last 24 hours, the lowest in four months.
According to the recent health bulletin released, the Indian states and Union territories recorded 25 per cent lower than yesterday’s caseload taking the total caseload to 88,45,127 so far. The total active cases in the country are at 4,65,478 after a decrease of 13,738 in the last 24 hours.
The death toll, on the other hand, has mounted to 1,30,070 with 435 new deaths in the last 24 hours while the total active cases in the country are at 4,65,478 as of Monday morning.
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Meanwhile, Telangana reported 502 fresh coronavirus cases, the lowest in recent times, as the tally rose to nearly 2.58 lakh while three fatalities pushed the number of deaths to 1,407, the state government said on Monday.
Andhra Pradesh reported 1,056 new infection and 14 fatalities in 24 hours, as of the health bulletin released by the state government on Sunday. The state so far logged 8,54,011 positive cases so far while the death toll stood at 6,868.