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New Delhi : India has achieved a significant achievement in its fight against the global pandemic. Nearly 4.5 million (44,49,552) beneficiaries have received COVID19 vaccination in merely 19 days.

India has been the fastest country to achieve 4 million COVID19 vaccinations in just 18 days. Many other countries have had a head start of almost 65 days. India launched the countrywide COVID19 vaccination drive on January 16, 2021.The number of beneficiaries being vaccinated every day has also shown a progressive increase. In the last 24 hours, 3,10,604 people were vaccinated across 8,041 sessions. A total of 84,617 sessions have been conducted so far.

India’s total Active Caseload dropped to 1.55 lakh (1,55,025) on February 4, 2021. India’s present active caseload now accounts for just 1.44% of India’s total Positive Cases.

The day-on-day change in number of active cases over the past few weeks depicts the consistent decline in the active cases. India’s Daily Positivity Rate is 1.82%, as of February 4, 2021. India has maintained the daily positivity rate below 2% in last few weeks (19 days) as shown.

The total recovered cases stand at 1,04,80,455. The difference in New Recoveries outnumbering New Cases also improved the Recovery Rate to 97.13% on February 4, 2021. The total recovered cases are 67.6 times the active cases.

86.04% of the new recovered cases are observed to be concentrated in 6 States/UTs. Maharashtrahas reported the maximum number of single day recoveries with 7,030 newly recovered cases. 6,380 people recovered in Kerala in the past 24 hours followed by 533 in Tamil Nadu.

84.67% of the new cases are from 6 States and UTs. Kerala continues to report the highest daily new cases at 6,356. It is followed by Maharashtra with 2,992 while Tamil Nadu reported 514 new cases, according to a PIB release.

Six States/UTs account for 71.03% of the new deaths. Maharashtra saw the maximum casualties (30). Kerala follows with 20 daily deaths. Both West Bengal and Chhattisgarh has reported 7 casualties.