New coronavirus cases: 23067 new COVID 19 cases in the last 24 hours in India, 336 deaths reported in the last 24 hours in India – 23,067 new COVID-19 cases reported in India, 336 deaths in the last 24 hours

Coronavirus cases in India: 23,067 new cases of corona have been reported. (File photo)

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  • 23,067 new cases of corona in 24 hours
  • 336 corona patients died during this period
  • 2,81,919 active cases of COVID-19

New Delhi:

More than 180 countries around the world, including India, are at risk of coronavirus. So far, more than 7.93 crore people have been infected. The virus has claimed the lives of more than 17.42 lakh people. Even in India (Coronavirus India Report), cases of COVID-19 are increasing day by day. The number of infected people has crossed 100 million. The number of corona infections in the country has reached 1,01,46,845, according to figures released by the health ministry on Friday morning. In the last 24 hours (8am on Thursday to 8am on Friday), 23,067 new cases of corona have been reported.

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In the last 24 hours, 24,661 patients have recovered. During this time, 336 corona infections have died. A total of 97,17,834 patients have recovered so far. 1,47,092 people have died. Currently, the number of Corona cases is less than 3 lakh. There are currently 2,81,919 active cases in the country. Speaking of the recovery rate, it has risen to 95.77 per cent after a slight increase. This is the highest ever. The positivity rate is 2.78 percent. The mortality rate is 1.45 percent.

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Explain that a person returning from Britain in Dwarka, Delhi has been infected with coronavirus. Her family members have been kept in isolation and the search for others who came in contact with her continues. Officials gave this information on Thursday. Earlier, another man returning from Britain was infected in south-east Delhi on Wednesday.

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District officials have deployed teams from the UK to search for returnees in the last four weeks and have asked them to perform RT-PCR tests if they show symptoms, a senior official said. “The infected man returned to India from Britain on December 19 in the Dwarka area of ​​the south-western district,” he added, adding that the patient has been referred to LNJP Hospital.

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