More than 57,000 COVID cases in 24 hours for the first time, 10.94 lakh recovery

More than 57,000 covid cases in 24 hours for first time, 10.94 lakh recovery

New Delhi:

India recorded a new record this morning in COVID cases with 57,118 fresh infections in the last 24 hours, taking the total number of cases to 16,95,988.

The country also saw 764 COVID-19 related deaths in the last 24 hours. The Union Ministry of Health said. The total fatalities caused by the virus are now 36,511.

The country’s Kovid had crossed the 16 lakh mark just three days after crossing 1.5 million infections. More than 10.94 lakh patients have been recovered; The recovery rate this morning was 64.52 percent.

India has so far tested a total of 1,93,58,659 samples. The positivity rate – the percentage of patients who tested positive for coronovirus – was 8.57 percent this morning. The country has a population of about 130 crores and a patient can be tested more than once till he is tested once.

It took 183 days to cross 1.6 million COVID cases in India. The country crossed the one lakh mark in 110 days after the first case came to light in Kerala on 30 January. More than 60 percent of the total cases in the country and more than 50 percent of the total deaths have been reported in July.

The Ministry of Health said on Thursday that India, given its demographics and scale, could not rely on herd immunity to prevent a coronovirus epidemic, adding that the country should be on a vaccine to completely defeat COVID-19 Have to depend.

According to an Israeli statement, Israel and India are testing a large sample of patients for four different techniques, with the ability to detect COVID-19 in about 30 seconds, including a breath analyzer and A voice test is included.

At 3.6 percent, India’s growth rate in cases is more than double that of the US at 1.6 percent and significantly higher than Brazil’s 2.3 percent – the only two countries with a higher cassiolad.

Maharashtra on Thursday reported its largest single-day spike in fresh cases with 11,000 infections, taking in 4,11,798 cases. The state has recorded the highest number of cases in Tamil Nadu with 2,39,978 cases in India.

Andhra Pradesh has overtaken Delhi to make it the third worst coronovirus state in the country. The state has added more than 30,000 cases in its last three days, taking the total number of people infected with the deadly virus to 1,40,933, including 1,349 fatalities.

In Delhi, Lieutenant Governor Anil Baijal has attacked two steps of the Arvind Kejriwal government as part of the third phase of easing the COVID-19 lockdown.

Kejriwal’s Aam Aadmi Party government had given permission to reopen the hotels from Saturday and started a week-long trial for the city’s weekly markets as part of “Unlock 3”. 1,195 new coronovirus cases were reported in Delhi on Friday, against the previous tally of 1.35 lakh in the capital. Health officials said the number of deaths has increased to 3,963.

The COVID-19 rally in West Bengal crossed the 70,000 mark on Friday, with a record single-day spike of 2,496 cases. The state health department said that 45 COVID-9 deaths have occurred in the state, with 1,581 deaths. The state capital Kolkata witnessed the most single-day spike with 21 people suffering from coronovirus.

Health Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma said that coronovirus cases in Assam crossed the 40,000 mark on Friday with 1,862 children, including nine days old. Sixty-eight people have died due to the virus in the state so far.

On Wednesday, the government issued guidelines for Unlock 3, the third phase of the lifting of sanctions related to coronaviruses across the country. The night curfew has been completely scrapped and the gym and yoga institute – outside zones – have been allowed to reopen

According to news agency AFP, the novel Coronavirus has killed around 675,000 people and at least 17.3 million were infected in China last December. The WHO has stated that the impact of the coronavirus epidemic will be felt for decades.