Corona Cases Cross Seven Lakh Mark In India, 1 Lakh Cases Found In Just 4 Days

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New Delhi: On Monday, the total number of cases of coronavirus infection in India crossed seven lakhs after a big surge in coronavirus cases in the country. Just four days ago, the number of infected in the country reached six lakhs.

More than 20,000 people have died due to infection in the country and on Monday, the number of investigations of COVID-19 also exceeded one crore.

According to the data released by the Union Health Ministry on Monday morning, 24,248 cases of COVID-19 were reported in one day, after which the total number of cases increased to 6,97,413. According to the ministry, after the death of 425 more people from COVID-19, the death toll from this epidemic has increased to 19,693.

However, the number of COVID-19 cases in India has gone up to 7,11,878 while the death toll has gone up to 20,139. These figures have been prepared by combining the data provided by the respective states and union territories. More than twenty thousand cases of coronavirus infection have been reported in the country for the fourth consecutive day.

India became the third most affected country by COVID-19, overtaking Russia on Sunday. Only America and Brazil are ahead of India in total cases of infection.

According to the data, so far, 4,24,432 patients of Covid-19 in the country have been cured after treatment and 2,53,287 patients are undergoing treatment.

The ministry said that 15,350 patients of Covid-19 have been cured in the last 24 hours. So far 60.86 per cent of patients have been cured. Foreigners are also included in the total cases of coronavirus, whose infection in India has confirmed the infection.

According to the Health Ministry, three lakh 46 thousand 459 samples have been tested in the last 24 hours, making the total number of tests to one crore one lakh 35 thousand 525.

According to the Indian Institute of Medical Research (ICMR), 99,69,662 samples had been tested in the country till July 5. Of these, 1,80,596 samples were tested on Sunday.

Meanwhile, the Bangalore-based scientific body of the Indian Academy of Sciences (IASC) has said that the target of releasing coronavirus vaccine on August 15 by the Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) is ‘unviable’ and ‘beyond reality’.

The IASC said that it is urgently needed but to develop the vaccine for human needs clinical trials are required in a phased manner.

The IASC issued a statement saying that administrative approvals can be expedited but there is a natural time period of scientific processes and data collection of experiments on which scientific standards cannot be compromised.

The IASC referred to ICMR’s letter in the statement stating that after completion of all clinical trials of the vaccine, it can be considered to release it for the health of the common man by a maximum of 15 August 2020.

According to Johns Hopkins University of America, which is collecting data on Covid-19 from around the world, India is ranked eighth in the world in terms of the number of deaths due to epidemics.

In the last twenty-four hours, out of 425 deaths due to Covid-19, 151 patients died in Maharashtra. Along with this, 63 in Delhi, 60 in Tamil Nadu, 37 in Karnataka, 21 in West Bengal, 18 in Gujarat, 14 in Andhra Pradesh, 12 in Uttar Pradesh, ten in Madhya Pradesh, nine in Rajasthan, seven in Telangana, six in Bihar. , Five each in Jammu and Kashmir and Haryana, two each in Punjab, Jharkhand and Odisha and one patient died in Goa.

So far, out of total 19,693 deaths due to Covid-19, 8,822 patients died in Maharashtra. So far, 3,067 Covid-19 patients have died in Delhi. 1,943 in Gujarat, 1,510 in Tamil Nadu, 785 in Uttar Pradesh, 757 in West Bengal, 608 in Madhya Pradesh, 456 in Rajasthan and 372 in Karnataka have died. Covid-19 to 295 in Telangana, 265 in Haryana, 232 in Andhra Pradesh, 164 in Punjab, 132 in Jammu and Kashmir, 95 in Bihar, 42 in Uttarakhand, 36 in Odisha and 25 patients in Kerala have died. According to the ministry, 19 patients have died due to this epidemic in Jharkhand.

14 patients each have died in Chhattisgarh and Assam, 12 in Puducherry, 11 in Himachal Pradesh, seven in Goa, six in Chandigarh and Covid-19 in Meghalaya, Tripura, Ladakh and Arunachal Pradesh. According to the ministry, 70 per cent of the dead had other diseases.

So far, 2,06,619 cases of coronavirus infection have been reported in Maharashtra. With this, 1,11,151 cases have been reported in Tamil Nadu, 99,444 in Delhi, 36,037 in Gujarat, 27,707 in Uttar Pradesh, 23,902 in Telangana and 23,474 in Karnataka. The number of cases of Covid-19 in West Bengal has increased to 22,126. So far, 20,164 infections have been reported in Rajasthan, 18,697 in Andhra Pradesh, 17,005 in Haryana and 14,930 cases in Madhya Pradesh. There have been 11,876 cases in Bihar, 11,388 in Assam, 9,070 in Odisha and 8,429 in Jammu and Kashmir. There have been 6,283 cases in Punjab and 5,429 in Kerala. There have been 3,207 cases in Chhattisgarh, 3,124 in Uttarakhand, 2,781 in Jharkhand, 1,761 in Goa, 1,568 in Tripura, 1,366 in Manipur, 1,063 in Himachal Pradesh and 1005 in Ladakh.

So far 802 cases of Covid-19 in Puducherry, 590 in Nagaland, 466 in Chandigarh and 271 cases have been reported in Dadra and Nagar Haveli and Daman and Diu.

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