New Delhi: India reports 305 new cases of COVID-19; active levels dropped to 2,439

Health authorities are monitoring the upcoming JN.1 subform for impact
New Delhi: India reports 305 new cases of COVID-19; active levels dropped to 2,439

NEW DELHI: In a recent update, India reported 305 new cases in a single day, bringing the total number of active cases down to 2,439 as per the latest figures from the health ministry on Wednesday (Jan 18). of the as worries are growing about the new outbreak and the possible onset of the cold weather that leads to a rise in population and health authorities are closely monitoring the situation.

Three deaths were recorded in the past 24 hours, with one death each from Maharashtra, Karnataka and Gujarat. The daily incidence has dropped dramatically, reaching double the number.

However, the freshness and cold weather has steadily increased in recent weeks On December 31, the country recorded a record daily increase of 841 new cases, 0.2 percent of the May 2021 peak. Notably, about 92 percent of all active people are recovering at home. Current data suggest that the JN.1 subform that has caused distress does not result in significant increases in new cases or hospitalizations and mortality.

India has endured three waves of COVID-19, with the Delta variant accounting for the highest number of new cases and deaths per day in April and June 2021. While the wave peaked on May 7, 2021, the country reported 414,188 new cases, 3,915 people died. Health officials work hard to manage the situation, emphasizing the importance of preventive measures and vaccines.

As the country goes through the ongoing evolution of the epidemic, health authorities are closely monitoring the situation, adapting strategies to mitigate the impact and potential mutation of the virus. The decline in active population is a good sign, but officials are urging the public to remain vigilant and follow safety precautions to prevent further spread of the virus.

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