April 14, 2021


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India holds world record for highest number of victims in 24 hours

Corona infection is on the rise in neighboring India. This epidemic is not coming under control at all. In the last 24 hours, more than 130,000 new corona patients have been identified in the country, the highest number of daily infections in the world. News from NDTV.

In the last 24 hours, 133,556 new corona patients have been identified in the country, according to media reports quoting India’s health ministry. This is the highest outbreak in the country since the onset of Corona storm in more than a year.

The worst situation is in Maharashtra. As many as 56,084 people were infected in the state on Sunday. The total number of infections has increased to 29 lakh. Lockdown is underway in the state.

Mumbai, the commercial capital of India, recorded the highest number of infections in a single day on Sunday. 11 thousand 173 people have been infected on this day.

With more than one lakh new infections, the total number of identified patients in the country has increased to one crore 25 lakh 79 thousand 6 people.

In the last 24 hours, the corona of 133,893 people has been identified in India, according to World Meters data on Monday morning. At the same time 48 people died. So far, one lakh 75 thousand 132 people have died in the country.

Experts feared that the second wave of corona could take India by storm. They are blaming the new type of corona for this.

In France, about 61,000 corona have been identified in the last 24 hours, the second highest in the world at the same time. 175 people died during this time.

Meanwhile, the global transmission of corona has exceeded 13 crore 19 lakh 10 thousand. About 26 lakh 7 thousand people have died so far. About 10 crore 81 lakh have recovered.

In December 2019, the first corona patient was caught in Wuhan, China. It is currently spread across 213 countries and regions around the world. Corona has been declared a global epidemic by the World Health Organization.