24,879 COVID-19 cases in 24 hours in the longest day jump, 7.67 cases in total


Coronavirus India: approximately 4.76 lakh patients have recovered since the start of the pandemic

New Delhi:
The largest one-day influx of coronavirus cases in India, with 24,879 new infections reported in the past 24 hours, brought the number of cases to 7,677,296, said the Union’s Department of Health. this morning. About 4.76 lakh patients have recovered since the start of the pandemic; 21,129 illness-related deaths have been recorded, according to official figures. In the past 24 hours, 487 COVID-19 patients have died. India has the third highest number of coronavirus cases in the world after the United States (30,54,695) and Brazil (17,13,160).

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

  1. In the past 24 hours, Maharashtra (6,603), Tamil Nadu (3,756), Karnataka (2,062), Delhi (2,033) and Telangana (1,924) reported the highest number of new infections.

  2. With nearly 2.23 cases of lakh, Maharashtra is the most affected state in India by the epidemic. He also reported the maximum number of deaths (198) in the country linked to the coronavirus in the past 24 hours, followed by Tamil Nadu (64), Karnataka (54), Delhi (48) and West Bengal (23 ).

  3. The country’s recovery rate stood at 62.08% this morning. The average positivity rate – the ratio of positive cases to the number of tests performed – was 9.31%.

  4. The number of coronaviruses in India crossed the seven lakh mark earlier this week after more than one lakh of cases were recorded in the space of four days. The country reported more than 24,000 new patients for the first time on Sunday.

  5. Union Health Minister Harsh Vardhan is hosting a meeting of the Group of Ministers on the country’s response to COVID-19.

  6. The number of cases recovered per million inhabitants in India is higher than the COVID-19 cases active per million, said on Tuesday the Ministry of Health, recognizing the States and Union territories for early identification and effective management of coronavirus case.

  7. The Amarnath Yatra will be staggered this year, with no more than 500 pilgrims allowed per day, due to coronavirus locking restrictions, the government announced on Wednesday evening.

  8. The Indian Navy announced on Wednesday that it had completed Operation Samudra Setu, which began on May 5, bringing nearly 4,000 Indians from three countries back to the middle of the coronavirus pandemic. “The Indian ships Jalashwa (Landing Platform Dock), and Airavat, Shardul and Magar (Landing Ship Tanks) participated in this operation which lasted more than 55 days and involved traveling more than 23,000 kilometers by sea,” said the Navy in a press release. reports the PTI agency.

  9. Worldwide, more than 1.2 crore people have been affected by the pandemic so far and 5.4 lakh deaths have been recorded.

  10. The U.S., the epicenter of the pandemic, surpassed three million confirmed cases of coronavirus on Wednesday as President Donald Trump urged schools to reopen amid a resurgence of COVID-19 in many southern hotspots.


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