Coronavirus: India reports 3.57 lakh COVID-19 new cases so far
In the last 24 hours, 3 lakh 69 thousand 230 new cases of corona have been reported across the country.
New Delhi: On Monday, the number of corona patients in the country crossed 2 crores. India is the second country where more than 20 million people have been infected.
Over 3.69 lakh corona cases:
The pace of infection is so fast that in just 137 days, the cases have crossed 1 crore to 2 crore. In the last 24 hours, 3 lakh 69 thousand 230 new cases of corona have been reported across the country. In the last 24 hours, 3,421 people have died from Corona. At the same time, 2.99 lakh people have also recovered on Monday.
Corona surge in India:
According to the Health Ministry data, the total number of corona infected has reached 2 crore 2 lakh 75 thousand 543, which is 17.13 percent of the total cases of infection.
The number of people who died of corona in the country has increased to 2 lakh 22 thousand 666. Till date 1.62 crore people have been cured by defeating this virus. The number of active patients of Corona has increased to 34 lakh 44 thousand 548.
Among the countries with the highest number of deaths, India has overtaken Mexico to the third position. So far, 2 lakh 18 thousand 945 people have died. In this case, America is at number one. There have been 5.92 lakh deaths here and 4.07 lakh deaths in Brazil. So far, 2.17 lakh deaths have been recorded in Mexico, which reached number four.
Joint Secretary of the Ministry of Health, Luv Agarwal said that there are 12 states in the country where there are more than one lakh active cases. There are between 50 thousand and one lakh in seven states and less than 50 thousand active cases in 17 states. He told that the death rate from Corona in the country is around 1%. Cases are coming down in Delhi, Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh and Chhattisgarh. New cases have come down in 12 districts in Maharashtra.
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