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Covid-19: India's active cases decline to 47,176

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India has recorded 5,221 fresh Covid-19 cases in the past 24 hours, according to the Union Health Ministry data on Monday. Currently, the country's active caseload declined to 47,176.

Yesterday, India had 47,945 active cases. The daily positivity rate was recorded at 2.82% and the weekly positivity rate was recorded at 1.72%, according to the health ministry.

A total of 1,84,965 tests were conducted in the last 24 hour, with the total number of test conducted so far is 88.95 crore.

The data shows that 5,975 recoveries were recorded in a span of 24 hours, taking the cumulative recoveries to 4,39,25,239. The recovery rate currently stands at 98.71%.

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