14,516 cases of coronavirus in India in 24 hours in the steepest day jump


Coronavirus cases, India: A total of 12,948 patients have died since the start of the pandemic.

New Delhi:
India recorded the largest jump in one day in its coronavirus count with 14,516 new infections reported in the past 24 hours, bringing the total to 3.95 lakh of cases, the Ministry of Health said. ‘Union this morning. A total of 12,948 patients have died in India since the start of the pandemic. Of this number, 375 patients have died in the past 24 hours. The country’s recovery rate stood at 54.12% this morning. It is the first time that more cases of coronavirus in India – the fourth country most affected by the pandemic – have crossed the 14,000 mark in a single day. Only the United States, Brazil and Russia have more cases than India.

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

  1. It is the third consecutive day that India has recorded a record jump in the number of cases of coronavirus. India recorded the largest jump in a day on Friday of 13,586 cases. Thursday, 12,881 new infections were recorded in 24 hours, according to government data.

  2. India tested the largest number of samples in 24 hours on Friday (1 89 869). So far, 66,16,496 samples have been tested. India’s average positivity rate – the ratio of positive cases to the number of tests performed – amounted to 7.64% this morning.

  3. Maharashtra, Tamil Nadu, Delhi and Gujarat recorded the highest number of cases in India. Maharashtra has recorded 1.24 lakh cases to date, 5,893 patients have died.

  4. Delhi registered 3,000 cases on Friday for the first time, surpassing the 50,000 mark. The national capital has registered more than 30,000 cases since June 1.

  5. No patient with COVID-19 should be allowed to be isolated at home before a mandatory five-day institutional quarantine, Delhi governor Anil Baijal said in an order on Friday, prompting a response. brutal government of Delhi, grappling with a severe shortage of hospital beds.

  6. A full 12-day lockdown began Friday in Chennai – the Tamil Nadu coronavirus hotspot – and parts of three neighboring districts of Kancheepuram, Thiruvallur and Chengalpattu, police using drones for surveillance and stepping up patrols to check for violations . Health officials said it was a “makeshift or ruptured” situation in Chennai.

  7. The center on Friday called on states to ensure strict implementation of interior ministry guidelines on house isolation on the ground to effectively curb the spread of coronavirus, after taking note of lax cases in some cases, reported the PTI news agency.

  8. A general population survey has shown that up to 30% of people in urban hotspots and containment areas have contracted and recovered without knowing about the coronavirus.

  9. Globally, the number of coronaviruses has passed the 8.6 lakh mark. 4.5 lakh people have died so far. In the United States, which is the epicenter of the pandemic, 22 lakh people have been affected by the highly contagious disease; 1.1 lakh died.

  10. The World Health Organization warned on Friday of a “new dangerous phase” of the coronavirus pandemic, people are tired of blockages despite the accelerating spread of the disease. “The world is in a new and dangerous phase. Many people are tired of being at home … but the virus continues to spread quickly,” said WHO chief Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, speaking at the conference. ‘a virtual press conference.


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