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Coronavirus: Highest tally in last 12 months of Pandemic

1 lakh 26 thousand 315 cases have been reported in the last 24 hours.

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Published on 8 April 2021 6:06 AM GMT

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New Delhi: Corona virus infection is wreaking havoc in India. Correcting all previous records, a quarter of a million new Corona cases have been registered on Wednesday.

1.26 lakh new corona cases:

According to the data released by the Union Health Ministry, 1 lakh 26 thousand 315 cases have been reported in the last 24 hours. During this period 685 people died. The figures which have come on Wednesday are the highest ever. Earlier on Tuesday, 1.15 lakh new cases were received.

Shortage of Beds in Maha:

The entire country is in the grip of the second wave of Corona, but the most affected states are Maharashtra, Delhi, Chhattisgarh, Madhya Pradesh, Punjab and Tamil Nadu. Maharashtra and Delhi are in a very bad condition in this as well. On the last day, about 60 thousand new cases have been reported in Maharashtra.

Over 60K new covid cases in Maha:

A total of 59907 cases were reported in Maharashtra on Wednesday. Which is fifty percent of the cases across the country. Corona is uncontrollable in Maharashtra. The health system here is also being affected. Although the administration is claiming strong arrangements, there are shortages of beds in hospitals in many cities of the state. According to media reports, due to the high number of corona patients in Maharashtra, people associated with health services are facing difficulties in controlling the situation.

This is also the situation in Delhi. Where more than five thousand cases are coming up in a day. On Wednesday, 5, 506 new cases have been registered in Delhi. In Delhi, the infection rate has exceeded 6 percent. The OPD in Delhi AIIMS has been closed with immediate effect.

In Raipur, the capital of Chhattisgarh, a complete lockdown has been imposed from April 9 to April 19. At the same time, a decision has been taken to impose lockdown in Chhindwara district of Madhya Pradesh.

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