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India sees massive surge in COVID-19 cases with 1,59,632 new infections, Omicron tally reaches 3,623

India sees huge surge in COVID-19 instances with 1,59,632 new infections, Omicron tally reaches 3,623 | Information

New Delhi: India recorded 1,59,632 new COVID-19 instances, 327 deaths within the final 24 hours, pushing the overall loss of life toll to 4,83,790, as per knowledge launched by the Ministry of Well being on Sunday (January 9, 2022). The lively instances stand at 5,90,611.
A rise of 1,18,442 instances has been recorded within the lively COVID-19 caseload in a span of 24 hours. The nation additionally recorded 40,863 recoveries at the moment, taking the overall variety of recoveries to three,44,53,603.
COVID19 | A complete of three,623 #Omicron instances had been reported in 27 States/UTs of India to date. The variety of individuals recovered is 1,409: Union Well being Ministry pic.twitter.com/MGU1Q7lgMc
— ANI (@ANI) January 9, 2022
India logged 552 recent Omicron infections, taking the overall tally of such instances within the nation to three,623, in response to the Union Well being Ministry knowledge. At the least 1,409 have recovered, the Well being Ministry stated.
Maharashtra has recorded the best variety of Omicron instances (1,009), adopted by Delhi (513), Karnataka (441), Rajasthan (373), Kerala (333) and Gujarat (204). 
A complete of 27 states and Union territories have reported instances of the brand new variant, specifically Telangana, Andhra Pradesh, Haryana, West Bengal, Madhya Pradesh, Odisha, Uttarakhand, Chandigarh, Jammu and Kashmir, Uttar Pradesh, Goa, Himachal Pradesh, Ladakh, Manipur and Punjab.
The day by day positivity charge was recorded at 10.21 per cent whereas the weekly positivity charge was recorded at 6.77 per cent, in response to the ministry. The fatality charge was recorded at 1.36 per cent.
Moreover, the cumulative doses administered within the nation to date beneath the nationwide COVID-19 vaccination drive has exceeded 151.58 crore.
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