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In India, detection has increased in 24 hours, death has decreased

In India, corona detection has increased slightly in the last 24 hours compared to the previous day. However, death has decreased. This information was given in the report of NDTV online on Thursday.

In the last 24 hours (Wednesday), 1 lakh 34 thousand 154 corona were identified in India. The corona of 1 lakh 32 thousand 7 people was identified on Tuesday.

In the last 24 hours, 2,006 people have died in Corona in India. The previous day, 3 thousand 206 people died on Tuesday.

With this latest information, the total number of identified patients infected with corona in India stands at 2 crore 74 lakh 41 thousand 98. The death toll stood at 3 lakh 36 thousand 979 people.

For some time now, less than 2 lakh corona patients have been identified in India. 1 lakh 26 thousand 510 people were identified on Monday. This is the lowest number of patients identified in the country since April 9. 2,695 people died on that day. The corona of 1 lakh 52 thousand 834 people was identified on Sunday. 3 thousand 126 people died. The corona of 1 lakh 75 thousand 553 people was identified on Saturday. 3,460 people died. 1 lakh 83 thousand 921 were identified on Friday. 3 thousand 618 people died.

In mid-March, the number of patients identified in India in one day was around 20,000. Then the infection jumps into the country. Last month, a maximum of 4 lakh 14 thousand patients were identified in one day in India. The number of patients diagnosed with corona daily in India on May 24 dropped below the first two lakh since April 14.

On April 3, the number of patients diagnosed with corona in India reached two crore milestones. Death on May 23 in Corona leaves three lakh milestones.

On April 30, more than four lakh people were infected with corona in the first day in India. Then in more than one day more than four lakh patients were identified in the country. On May 8, more than 4,000 people died in Corona in the first day in India. Then in more than one day more than four thousand people died in the country.

Black fungus has emerged as a new crisis in the second wave of corona in India. Black fungus infections are on the rise among people infected with corona in the country. Death is also happening due to this infection.

India holds the record for the highest number of corona patients identified in a single day in any country in the world. The record was held by the United States until April 22. In the United States, a maximum of 2,97,430 coronas were identified in a single day in January.

World Meters has been providing up-to-date corona updates from around the world since its inception. According to the latest data from World Meters, the United States is the most affected country in the world. India is after the United States. India is followed by Brazil. And in terms of death, India is after the United States and Brazil.

The Indian type of corona is largely to blame for the ‘explosion’ of infection in India. The World Health Organization (WHO) has described one of the Indian variants of corona as ‘worrying’.

Restrictions were imposed in various Indian states in the face of the dire deterioration of the Corona situation. Immunization activities are intensified as well. India has launched a vaccination program for all adults (above 18 years of age) since May 1. However, various states are reporting a vaccine crisis.

More than 22 crore doses of vaccine have been given in India since last January. India wants to vaccinate all eligible people by the end of this year.

According to NDTV’s list, Maharashtra has the highest incidence of corona in India. It is followed by Karnataka, Kerala, Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh, Delhi, West Bengal, Chhattisgarh, Rajasthan, Gujarat, Odisha and Madhya Pradesh.

The country is facing one of the biggest health challenges in its recent history as the corona infection in India has reached alarming proportions. The country’s health system is on the verge of collapsing due to various serious crises including lack of oxygen, emergency medicine and hospital beds. In this situation, different countries and organizations of the world came and stood by India’s side.