News Daily Digital Desk: At the beginning of the week, there was great relief in the Corona situation of the country. After a long time, Kamal died daily. In the last 24 hours, the number of epidemics in the country is less than one hundred. According to the latest statistics of the Ministry of Health, 4382 people have tested positive for COVID-19 in the last 24 hours. 6 people have died. But what is the third wave of Kovid on the way out? Health experts are seeing the light of that hope in the statistics. Besides, the danger of the fourth wave hitting is also increasing.
COVID19 | India logs 4,362 new cases & 66 deaths in the last 24 hours; Active cases stand at 54,118 pic.twitter.com/K0DfPjZU6C
– ANI (ANI) March 7, 2022
On Sunday, the number of daily corona infections in the country was more than 5,000. 156 people were killed. From there, the death graph dropped sharply to 8 on Monday. After a long time, the sacrifice of Kovid is less than one hundred. The total number of coronavirus in the country is 515102. 9820 people have recovered from the coronar. The recovery rate is 97.6 percent. Active case, positivity rate has decreased a lot. At present, the number of active corona patients in the country is 54,116. Which is 0.13 percent of the total corona infestation.
Corona vaccination is one of the most powerful tools in the fight against epidemics. That work started in the country at the beginning of Ekushey. From the beginning of this year, booster doses for adults and vaccines for 15 to 18 year olds have been given. The center has issued clearances for the emergency use of multiple vaccines. This time another one is going to be added to that list. According to the Ministry of Health, the third phase trial of Covovax booster dose has been approved.
According to the Ministry of Health, more than 169 million people have already been vaccinated. Everywhere the Korora situation has improved. Children’s schools have also been opened. However, there are a few covidi rules in the country to be careful. One of them is adherence to multiple hygiene rules, including the use of masks and sanitizers.