India Record another record high in daily Covid death and infections

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India Record another record high in daily Covid death and infections

India Record another record high in daily Covid death and infections

India became a witness of more than 4,00,000 coronavirus cases on Thursday in one day. Further, the death record was surged by 3,980. According to the health ministry data, the total number of death was 230 168 because of Coronavirus, while the number of cases has increased past 21 million boosts by the new cases that are 4,12,262. 

In addition to that, including the new infection, India has mounted to the total active cases that are 34,87,229. This data was represented by the Union Health Ministry of Family and Welfare on the morning of Wednesday. Along with it, the majority of casualties have come from Maharashtra that was 891. Further, this trend was followed by Uttar Pradesh which witnessed 351 death daily. 

India Record another record high in daily Covid death and infections
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When it comes to the recovery of the patients, then 1,69,51, 731 have recovered from this virus. The Union Health Ministery added this data on the morning of Wednesday. In India, there are five states which report the increment in the cases of Covid-19 in a single day. In addition to that, these five states are in the following ways.

  • Maharashtra (51,880)
  • Karnataka (44,631)
  • Kerala (37,190)
  • Uttar Pradesh (25,770)
  • Tamil Nadu (21,228).

47.26 percentile cases have come from those mentioned above five major states. Surprisingly, 13.57 percentile cases only come from Maharashtra. The cases of Coronavirus commenced rising in India from the month of the February of this year. India witnessed the 2-lakh daily cases on April 15. Further, it was surged by 1 lakh on April 22.  Further, India becomes the victim of 4 Lakh cases on Saturday, May 1. Prof M Vidyasagar, a government mathematical modeling expert on cases of Covid-19 prediction, suggests that India can face the peak of the second wave of this virus by May 7. 

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