Coronavirus: More than four lakh cases surfaced for the first time in India; 3,523 deaths


In the last 24 hours in India, 4,01,993 new cases of infection with the coronavirus were reported, and 3,523 patients died. These are the highest number of cases reported in a single day in the country.

With this, the total number of infected people in the country has increased to 1,91,64,969. Of these, 2,11,853 people have lost their lives due to this dangerous virus.

The number of active cases has increased to 32,68,710.

Nearly three lakh patients recovered in the past

2,9 lakh patients with coronavirus infection have were cured across the last 24 hours.

With this, the total number of patients recovering from the epidemic has increased to 1,56,84,406. The country’s recovery rate is 81.99 per cent.

Apart from this, 19,45,299 tests were done across the country in the last 24 hours. Since the onset of the epidemic, 28.83 crore coronavirus tests have been done in the country.

If we look at the most affected states, 46,02,472 people have been found infected, and 68,813 people have died in Maharashtra so far.

So far, 15,71,183 people have been infected, and 5,308 deaths in the second most affected state of Kerala.

Similarly, Karnataka, with 15,23,142 cases and 15,523 deaths and Andhra Pradesh, with 11,01,690 cases and 7,992 deaths, are the next two most affected states.

How are the circumstances of the most affected states?

Talking about new cases, 62,919 people were found infected in Maharashtra on the previous day, while 828 patients died. These are the deaths recorded in the state in one day after the onset of the epidemic.

Similarly, in Kerala, 37,199 people were found infected, and 49 patients died, whereas in Karnataka, a record 48,296 cases were reported, and 217 deaths occurred.

In Andhra Pradesh, 17,354 new cases were reported, and 64 patients died.

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