India clocks 45,230 new COVID-19 cases; Tally spikes to 82,29,313

New Delhi, Nov 2: India’s COVID-19 tally on Monday day spiked to 82,29,313 after 45,230 new cases were recorded in the past 24 hours, Union Health Ministry said in its update.

Fatalities due to the pandemic have now mounted to 1,22,607 in the country after 496 more lives were claimed by the highly contagious virus in the past one day.

Meanwhile, 53,285 discharged/cured cases recorded since Sunday, taking the total count of the COVID survivors till date to 75,44,798.Active caseload on the country has further reduced by 8,550 in a day, and now the nation houses 5,61,908 active coronavirus cases.

According to the Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR), 8,55,800 samples were tested for COVID-19 as on Sunday, and till date, a total of 11,07,43,103 cumulative samples have been tested COVID since the beginning.


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