Total cases:- Covid cases Corona raccoon is once again fanging in the country. The third day in a row that more than 20,000 cases have been reporting this year.
The declining coronavirus epidemic is once again booming in the country. The significant increase in daily cases from the last fortnight is disturbing. In the past 24 hours, 23,285 new Cases have been reporting across the country. The first time that more than 23,000 cases have been registering this year. The number of corona strain cases in South Africa and the UK seems to be increasing in the country in a few days. The brings the total number of corona cases in the country to 1,13,08,856 as of Friday.
As the number of new cases continues to rise, the declining number of returnees is becoming even more worrying. ‘15,072’ people have recovered from Kovid in the last 24 hours. The brought the number of Corona conquerors to 1,09,53,303. However, the recovery rate, which had crossed 97 percent a week ago, has now dropped to 96.86 percent. The number of active cases in the country is again approaching 2 lakh as recoveries are declining.
There are currently 1,97,237 active cases nationwide. The rate of active Cases increased to 1.74 percent. Within 24 hours, another 119 people were infecting. The brings the number of corona deaths in the country to 1,58,343. However, the situation in Maharashtra is worse compared to other states. There have been a record number of new cases being diagnosing over the past few days.
A total of 14,317 new cases of Kovid were reporting in the state on Thursday. The brings the total number of corona victims there to 22,66,374. Also, another 57 people lost their lives to the virus. There are 1.9 lakh active cases across the country, of which over one lakh are in Maharashtra alone.
Positive cases:- The Center has expressed concern over the rise in corona virus-positive cases in the country once again. It warned people not to be lazy and that the threat of an epidemic would not go away. Moreover, it called on everyone to come forward to fry the vaccines. VK Paul, a member of the Nitish Aayog, said the situation was particularly worrying in Maharashtra and that strict lockdown restrictions would have to enforce in some areas.