More than 4.12 crore (4,12,13,682) children aged 12-14 years have received the Covid-19 vaccine

India's Covid-19 vaccination coverage has surpassed 219.50 crore (2,19,50,97,574) doses, according to the latest data released by the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare on Friday.

The ministry stated that since the first dose of the Covid-19 vaccine for persons aged 12 to 14 years old was administered on March 16, 2022, more than 4.12 crore (4,12,13,682) children had received it. At the same time, the administration of the Covid-19 precautionary dosage for those aged 18 to 59 years, which began on April 10, 2022, has surpassed 21 crores (21,99,38,381).

The ministry's statement also said that 25,037 active cases are now reported in India, making up about 0.06% of all positive cases nationwide so far.

In addition, it said that India's recovery rate currently stands at 98.76%. In the past 24 hours, 2,582 people have recovered, bringing the total number of recovered patients (from the start of the pandemic) to 4,40,84,646.

In regards to the last 24 hours, the ministry's official statement said that 2,119 new cases had been recorded at that time, and 1,88,220 COVID-19 tests had been performed. It also added that over 89.96 Cr (89,96,27,428) cumulative tests have been performed in India so far.

Additionally, it stated that the nation's current weekly positivity rate is 0.97% and that the current daily positivity rate is 1.13%.