In India, the number of daily corona detections has been recorded
Daily Corona Identification Number Recorded in India Photo: AFP
Daily detection of coronavirus infection has been recorded in India. In the last 24 hours, more than 1 lakh 15 thousand new infected patients have been identified. One day after the onset of the Corona epidemic in India, so many patients have never been identified before.
According to government data, 1 lakh 15 thousand 736 new patients have been identified in the last 24 hours. At the same time, 630 people died in the country in Corona.
So far 1 crore 26 lakh 1 thousand 85 corona have been identified in India. A total of 1 lakh 8 thousand 17 people have died in Corona in the country.
India is the third most affected country in the world in Corona. The most affected country is the United States. Brazil is second.
The second wave of Corona is now underway in India. This wave broke all previous records in the number of corona detections.
In the 24 hours from last Sunday to Monday, 1 lakh 3 thousand 558 new patients were identified in India. It was a record for identifying a patient on one day in a year. Today that record also went to the top. Earlier, on September 17 last year, the highest number of corona was identified in India at 96,794.
Vaccination activities have been intensified in India to combat corona. Nevertheless, the country is setting new records for the second wave of corona infections. The country’s government has warned that the next four weeks will be a “very dangerous time” for corona infections in India.
Maharashtra has the worst coronary heart disease in India. In the last 24 hours, more than 55,000 new patients have been identified in the state. The situation in Kerala, Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh and Tamil Nadu is also bad.
Besides, the second wave of corona has become dangerous in Chhattisgarh, Uttar Pradesh, Punjab, Gujarat and other states.
The situation in the capital Delhi is also deteriorating. In the last 24 hours, 5,100 coronas have been identified in Delhi. This number is the highest in one day this year. A night curfew has been imposed in New Delhi since Tuesday to deal with the situation. The curfew will run every day from 10 pm to 5 am. The curfew will remain in force till April 30.
In India, more than 4.3 million people have been vaccinated against corona in 24 hours. The country’s central health ministry said in a statement on Tuesday. This is the highest number of vaccinations in a single day since the launch of the Covid-19 vaccination program in the country.
Yesterday was Monday, the 70th day of corona vaccination in India. The statement said that 43 lakh 97 people have been vaccinated against coronavirus in the country so far. Among them 39 lakh 505 people have taken the first dose of vaccine. 4 lakh 461 people took the second dose.
According to the news agency ANI, the coroner’s vaccination of more than 4.3 million people in 24 hours was a “groundbreaking achievement”, the health ministry said in a statement. With this, the number of corona vaccinators in India has crossed 63.1 million. Of these, more than 6 crore 22 lakh Indians have taken the first dose of vaccine. In India, people aged 45 and over are being vaccinated against coronavirus.
According to government estimates, more than 250 million people in India have had their corona tested so far. 1 crore 26 lakh corona infected patients have been identified. The death toll is more than 1 lakh 75 thousand. In the last one week, 5 lakh 49 thousand corona patients have been identified in the country.
India ranks third after the United States and Brazil in detecting corona infections. The number of new patients being identified in the country is increasing day by day. Death is also increasing with that. The first wave of corona never caused a daily infection of one lakh. But in the second wave last Monday it exceeded one lakh.
The concern is that death is on the rise with the infection. To deal with the situation, the central government has adopted a 24-hour vaccination program. The number of vaccination centers at government and private levels has also been increased. However, doubts remain about whether a 24-hour immunization program will be possible everywhere. Due to the increase in infections, night curfew has been imposed in several cities of Maharashtra and Delhi, including Mumbai and Pune.