The Coronavirus wave in India has now turned into a tsunami. How corona has become so bad in the country, can be measured from the fact that Corona began to register every day not only in new cases but also in deaths. In India, about 3 thousand lakh 80 thousand cases of coronavirus were reported in one day on Wednesday and the number of active cases exceeded 30 thousand. Within 24 hours, the number of deaths reached 3,650, a major record. In the second wave of Corona, India has also overtaken countries such as America and Brazil, where the numbers of deaths and new cases are much lower than in India.
According to WorldMeter data, the nation’s highest number of 379,459 new cases of corona was reported in one day on Wednesday and 3,647 people died during the same period. This is the first time since the outbreak of the epidemic that about 3 thousand lakh 80 thousand new cases occurred in the country and such a large number of deaths occurred. In this way, the total number of Coronavirus cases in the country increased to 18,368,096 and so far, 204,812 people have lost their lives due to this dangerous virus in the country.
So far, 15078,276 people have recovered from this epidemic, something that needs some relief after the disaster. On Tuesday, Corona achieved a similar frightening record when 3 lakh 62,000 new cases were reported in one day and 3,285 people died. According to statistics, more than 30,80,000 people are still in the grip of infection, which accounts for about 17 percent of the total cases, while the national cure rate from Covid-19 has decreased to about 81 percent.
Maharashtra, Delhi and Uttar Pradesh are among the 10 states that have reported 79 percent of the daily deaths from Covid-19. The Federal Ministry of Health said 3,647 people had died in the past 24 hours in the country, the highest number of deaths in a single day. This brings the number of dead to 204,812. Chhattisgarh, Karnataka, Gujarat, Jharkhand, Rajasthan, Punjab, Madhya Pradesh are among those ten states.