LIVE: Maharashtra Achieves Vaccine Milestone, Vaccinates 2.5 Crore People, Highest in the Country

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MUMBAI, INDIA  MAY 25: Senior citizens in the above 60 age group get vaccinated against Covid-19 at Samaj Kalyan Kendra Vaccination Centre near Vitthal Mandir, Dahisar, on May 25, 2021 in Mumbai, India. (Photo by Vijay Bate/Hindustan Times via Getty Images)
MUMBAI, INDIA MAY 25: Senior citizens in the above 60 age group get vaccinated against Covid-19 at Samaj Kalyan Kendra Vaccination Centre near Vitthal Mandir, Dahisar, on May 25, 2021 in Mumbai, India. (Photo by Vijay Bate/Hindustan Times via Getty Images)

India reported its highest single-day spike of 6,148 deaths, pushing the toll to 3,59,676, while 94,052 new cases took the tally to 2,91,83,121.

Congress leader Rahul Gandhi on Thursday demanded that every person walking into a COVID-19 vaccination centre should get the jab, saying those who do not have access to internet also have the right to life.

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The active cases have reduced to 11,67,952 comprising 4 per cent of the total infections, while the national COVID-19 recovery rate has improved to 94.77 per cent.

The 6,148 new fatalities include 3,971 from Bihar, 661 from Maharashtra, 405 from Tamil Nadu, 192 from Karnataka and 156 from Kerala.

COVID-19 death toll in Bihar was on Wednesday revised drastically upwards by the state health department, which put the total number of fatalities caused by the pandemic at 9,429.

A total of 3,59,676 deaths have been reported so far in the country, including 1,01,833 from Maharashtra, 32,291 from Karnataka, 28,170 from Tamil Nadu, 24,704 from Delhi, 21,516 from Uttar Pradesh, 16,555 from West Bengal, 15,293 from Punjab and 13,271 from Chhattisgarh.

A Delhi government team lauded the work done by the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) to tackle the coronavirus pandemic and announced that the 'Mumbai model' of curbing the infection cases will be implemented in the national capital soon.

During the visit, the team discussed various issues, including decentralisation achieved through Ward War Rooms, successful management of oxygen supply and jumbo hospitals set up in a short span of time, the BMC said in the release.

The BMC has set up six temporary jumbo COVID-19 hospitals in a very short period of time, for effective treatment of COVID-19 patients. The six hospitals have 8,915 beds capacity and more than 4000 staff work at these centres.

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