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New Delhi:

India logged 3,116 new coronavirus infections, the bottom in 676 days, taking the entire tally of COVID-19 instances to 4,29,90,991, whereas the lively instances dipped to 38,069, based on the Union Well being Ministry information up to date on Sunday.

The variety of deaths climbed to five,15,850 with 47 recent fatalities, the info acknowledged.

The lively instances comprise 0.09 per cent of the entire infections and the nationwide COVID-19 restoration charge additional improved to 98.71 per cent, the ministry stated.

A discount of two,490 instances has been recorded within the lively COVID-19 caseload in a span of 24 hours.

The each day positivity charge was recorded as 0.41 per cent whereas the weekly positivity charge was 0.50 per cent, based on the ministry.

The quantity of people that have recuperated from the illness surged to 4,24,37,072, whereas the case fatality charge was recorded as 1.20 per cent. 

The cumulative doses administered within the nation thus far underneath the nationwide COVID-19 vaccination drive has exceeded 180.13 crore. 

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Barack Obama Checks Optimistic For Covid, Encourages Vaccines

Barack Obama has examined constructive for a gentle case of Covid-19, the previous US president stated on his Twitter account Sunday.

“I’ve had a scratchy throat for a pair days, however am feeling fantastic in any other case,” Obama tweeted, including that his spouse, former first girl Michelle Obama, has thus far examined damaging.

“Michelle and I are grateful to be vaccinated and boosted,” he wrote.

Obama, plus fellow former presidents Jimmy Carter, George W. Bush, Invoice Clinton — and the previous first girls — appeared collectively in a one-minute video launched final March, endorsing the US vaccination marketing campaign and sharing what they missed about pre-pandemic life.