New Delhi: After 209 days, India has the lowest number of Kovid cases reported. According to figures published by the Union Ministry of Health this morning, 18,346 new cases of Kovid have been reported in the country. Concerns in the country are the high covid numbers in Kerala. In other states, the number of cases per day is decreasing and more allowances are being made. Yesterday a total of 8,850 cases were reported in the state. On Monday it was confirmed that 149 deaths had occurred in recent days. 1,28,736 people have been diagnosed with the disease and are currently under treatment. The weekly infection population index (WIPR) covers 745 wards in 368 local agencies over 10. There will be tight control here. In the last 24 hours, 18,346 new cases of Kovid were reported in the country, according to the Union Ministry of Health. This brings the total number of confirmed Kovid cases in the country to 3,38,53,048. Yesterday 11,41,642 inspections were carried out in the country. So far, inspections of 57.53 million rupees have been carried out in the country. According to the Union Ministry of Health, 263 new deaths have been reported in the country. This brings the total number of Kovid deaths in the country to 4.49,260. Of the 263 Kovid deaths, 149 deaths have been reported in Kerala. This brings the total death toll in the state to 25,526. In Kerala, 74,871 samples were analyzed in 24 hours. Statistics show that there is an increase in the number of Kovid liberators in the country. The country has a 97.93 percent cure rate. In the last 24 hours, 29,639 people have been released from Kovid. With this, 188.8.131.526 people have gotten rid of Kovid so far. There are 2,52,902 active cases in various states. The country has reported a slight decrease in active cases compared to the previous day. Most of these active patients are in Kerala. Yesterday more than one crore of Kovid was vaccinated. With the introduction of the Kovid vaccine in 72 hours, the total number of vaccinations has increased to 91,54,65,826, according to figures released this morning by the Union Ministry of Health.