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India Covid-19 Live Update: 29,616 new Coronavirus cases, 290 deaths in 24 hours

India recorded 29,616 new Coronavirus cases and 290 deaths in the last 24 hours, pushing the overall caseload to 3,35,24,479 and the total death toll to 4,46,658, as per data released by the Ministry of Health on Saturday (September 25, 2021).

Out of these, Kerala contributed 17,983 fresh cases and 127 deaths.

Over 28,046 recoveries were also recorded in the country in the last 24 hours. Taking total recoveries to 3,28,76,319 and the active caseload now stands at 3,01,442. 

Coronavirus Vaccine Registration:

The year 2019 stunned humans with the emergence of the novel coronavirus. A year later in 2020, scientists across the world worked at a break-neck speed to come up with vaccines against the Covid-19 infections.

Now, as 2021 nears its end, the world is again grappling with new tension of vaccine inequity and confusion over vaccine recognition.

These two problems are only interlinked to a larger extent. It is because, if nations don’t come up with an inclusive travel plan. The same set of individuals will keep getting vaccinated while considerable population wait for the first dose of Covid shots.

17,983 infections in Kerala:

Kerala on Friday logged 17,983 new Covid-19 cases and 127 deaths, taking infection count to 4,597,293 and death toll to 24,318.

State health minister Veena George said 110,523 samples were teste in the last 24 hours.

According to her, there are 841 wards across 422 local self-government bodies with weekly population infection ratio (WIPR) above 10%.

“There are 162,846 active Covid-19 cases of which only 12.6 per cent are admitte to hospitals,” the minister said.

Meanwhile, 15,054 persons recuperated from the disease on Friday, taking the total cured to 4,409,530.

“Of those infected today, 72 reached the state from outside while 16,918 contracted the disease through their contact. The source of infection of 877 are yet to be trace and 116 health workers are also among the infected.”

Among the districts, Thrissur reported the highest number of fresh infections — 2,784, followed by Ernakulam with 2397 and Thiruvananthapuram 1,802.

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