corona update cases cross 37 lakh in India

New Delhi: Do not use the name Korana to wreak havoc in the country. After the arrival of 78,357 new cases of Kovid-19, the total number of infected in the country has exceeded 37 lakh. So far, more than 29 lakh patients have been made healthy from an infection, bringing the patient recovery rate to 76.98 percent. India still remains the third most affected country in the world by the number of corona infections.

According to data released by the Ministry of Health on Wednesday morning, after the deaths of 1,045 people in the past 24 hours, the number of deaths has risen to 66,333. 37,69,523 cases of Kovid-19 have been reported in the country so far. According to the data, 29,01,908 people in the country have been infected so far. While the death rate has dropped to 1.76 percent.

According to the data, 8,01,282 infection patients are currently being treated, which is 21.26 percent of the total number of cases. On August 7, Kovid-19 cases had exceeded 20 lakhs in the country, and by August 23, 30 lakhs. According to the Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR), a total of 4,43,37,201 samples of Kovid-19 were tested in the country up to September 1, of which 10,12,367 were only on Tuesday.

The numbers of Corona coming from different states of the country are very concerning. So far, 8.08.306 cases of corona have been reported in Maharashtra. Maharashtra ranks first among the corona-affected states. There are 1,98523 cases of corona active in the state. So far, 5,84,537 people have been made redundant and 24,903 people have died. There are 15,765 new cases reported in the state in one day. At the same time, about 320 people died.

Corona infects more than 25 million worldwide
So far, the number of corona infections has risen to 258 million. In the past 24 hours, 2 lakh 57 thousand new cases have been reported in the world and 5 thousand 846 people have died. Twenty-two crore 58 lakh 89 thousand people have been Corona infected all over the world so far. Of these, 8 lakh 60 thousand 270 people have lost their lives, while 1 crore 81 lakh people have also recovered. There are 68 lakh 58 thousand active cases around the world.

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