The inputs came when 3,741 deaths were reported across the country in the last 24 hours with the National Mortality Rate currently standing at 1.13 percent.
Maharashtra saw the maximum casualties (682) followed by Karnataka (451), Tamil Nadu (448), Uttar Pradesh (218), Punjab (201), Delhi (182), Kerala (176), West Bengal (154), Uttarakhand (134) and Andhra Pradesh (118).
A total of 2,40,842 daily new cases were registered in the last 24 hours — the lowest figure since April 17 this year, when the daily new cases were 2.34 lakh.
India’s daily recoveries have also continued to outnumber the daily new cases for the ninth consecutive day. A total of 3,55,102 recoveries were registered in the last 24 hours.
India’s cumulative recoveries have also reached 2,34,25,467 on Sunday with National Recovery Rate graph at 88.30 percent. On the other hand, India’s total active caseload has decreased to 28,05,399 on Sunday. A net decline of 1,18,001 was witnessed in the last 24 hours. It now comprises 10.57 percent of the country’s total positive cases.
Seven states cumulatively account for 66.88 percent of India’s total active cases.
Maximum of the 4,83,225 active cases have been reported from Karnataka followed by Maharashtra (3,54,830), Kerala (2,89,657), Tamil Nadu (2,84,278), Andhra Pradesh (2,10,683), West Bengal (1,31,688) and Rajasthan (1,22,330).
India also set a record with more than 21.23 lakh tests conducted in the last 24 hours. This is also the fifth successive day of more than 20 lakh tests in India.
India has significantly ramped up its testing capacity to about 25 lakh tests per day, since January 2020. Cumulatively, 21,23,782 tests were conducted in the last 24 hours in the country.