11,929 cases of coronavirus in India in 24 hours, 3.2 Lakh Total cases


The number of coronavirus-related deaths has passed the 9,000 mark in India.

New Delhi:
The number of coronaviruses in India has reached 3.20922 cases today, while it recorded the largest jump in one day of 11,929 new infections in the last 24 hours and 311 deaths, said the Ministry of Health. of the Union this morning. A total of 9,195 COVID-19 patients have died so far, according to the government. It is the second day in a row that India has registered more than 11,000 new infections in a single day. The country has jumped two positions since last week to become the fourth country most affected by the pandemic after the United States, Brazil and Russia. More than 70,000 new patients and more than 2,000 deaths have been recorded in one week, while Maharashtra, Tamil Nadu, Delhi and Gujarat remain the most affected states.

Here are the top 10 developments on coronavirus cases in India:

  1. Prime Minister Narendra Modi met Interior Minister Amit Shah and Health Minister Harsh Vardhan, among other ministers and officials, on Saturday to discuss the country’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic. They discussed the situation in States and Union territories, including Delhi, where cases of coronavirus have increased.

  2. The center added new symptoms of COVID-19 in a document published for the use of health professionals as a reference. “Odor and taste loss” was added to a list of nine other symptoms in the document “Clinical Management Protocol: COVID-19”.

  3. Interior Minister Amit Shah and Dr. Harsh Vardhan will meet with Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal today at 11 a.m., two days after the Supreme Court denounced the Delhi government for its management of the pandemic. This is the second meeting between Amit Shah and Kejriwal in less than a week.

  4. The national capital – the third most affected country in the country by the pandemic – has so far recorded nearly 38,000 cases. He recorded more than 2,000 cases for the second consecutive day on Saturday.

  5. With more than 1 lakh of coronavirus cases, Maharashtra remains the most affected country in the country. On Saturday, he registered 3,493 new patients and 127 deaths. To date, 3,717 people have died in the state.

  6. The intensive care units (ICU) in Mumbai, the city hardest hit by the new coronavirus epidemic, are operating at 99% and 94% of the city’s ventilators are currently in operation, said the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) on Saturday.

  7. Tamil Nadu, which has the second highest number of coronavirus infections in India, recorded the largest jump in one day from 1,982 new patients, bringing the state’s toll to 40,698. Chennai, the hotspot of state coronavirus, has 14,180 active cases.

  8. As restrictions are gradually eased across the country, Uttarakhand announced a six-month prison sentence and a fine of 5,000 rupees on Saturday for not wearing a mask in public places. In Delhi, Lt. Governor Anil Baijal on Saturday authorized health, income and police officials to fine up to Rs 1,000 for violating COVID-19 rules.

  9. In a new set of protocols, the Union’s Department of Health has withdrawn its previous recommendation to use hydroxychloroquine in combination with azithromycin in severe cases requiring management in the ICU. The government has recommended the use of remdesivir, an antiviral medication, as part of an “emergency use authorization, off-label application of the tocilizumab immunomodulator and convalescent plasma therapy for the treatment of COVID-19 patients with moderate criticality “, in the new guidelines, reported the PTI news agency. .

  10. Overall, the number of coronaviruses has passed the 76 lakh mark. Almost 4.2 lakh people died from a highly infectious disease. The United States – which has registered more than 20 lakh patients to date – has the highest number of cases.

  11. The coronavirus originated in the Chinese city of Wuhan in December. The country reported 57 new cases of coronavirus on Sunday, the highest daily figure since April, amid mounting concerns about a resurgence of the disease, AFP news agency reported.


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