20,000 cases a day in the country

Posted on 29th Jun 2020 11:46 am by rohit kumar

In India, for the first time on a single day, Covid-19 had the highest number of 20,000 cases on a single day. With this, the number of infected has reached 5,28,859 while the number of dead has increased to 16,095. According to the data released by the Union Health Ministry till eight o'clock in the morning, 19,906 new cases of coronavirus infection have been reported in one day whereas 410 people have died in the last 24 hours. This is the fifth consecutive day that more than 15,000 cases of coronavirus have been reported. Since June 1, there has been an increase of up to 3,38,324 cases of pandemics. There have been 2,889 new cases of coronavirus infection in Delhi, with the number of infected people crossing the figure of 83 thousand while the number of dead reached 2,623.


According to the data, 2,03,051 people are still infected in the country while 3,09,712 people have become healthy and one patient has left the country. "So far, 58.56 patients have recovered," said an official. The total number of infected people also includes foreign nationals. According to the Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR), till June 27, 82,27,802 samples were tested in the country and 2,32,095 samples were tested on Saturday. Maharashtra has the highest number of 7,273 deaths among 16,095 deaths so far. This was followed by 2,558 in Delhi, 1,789 in Gujarat, 1,025 in Tamil Nadu, 649 in Uttar Pradesh, 629 in West Bengal, 550 in Madhya Pradesh, 391 in Rajasthan and 243 in Telangana.


According to the Health Ministry data, Maharashtra has reported the highest number of 1,59,133 cases of infection. This was followed by 80,188 in Delhi, 78,335 in Tamil Nadu, 30,709 in Gujarat, 21,549 in Uttar Pradesh, 16,944 in Rajasthan and 16,711 in West Bengal. 13,436 people have been found infected in Telangana, 13,427 in Haryana, 12,965 in Madhya Pradesh, 12,285 in Andhra Pradesh, and 11,923 in Karnataka. Infection cases increased to 8,931 in Bihar, 6,966 in Jammu and Kashmir, 6,816 in Assam, and 6,350 in Odisha. Punjab has so far reported 5,056 infections while Kerala has 4,071 cases. The ministry said that their data is being matched with ICMR data.


Haryana: Mall to open


The Haryana government has permitted to open shopping malls in Gurugram and Faridabad from July 1, three months after the lockdown to deal with the coronavirus outbreak. The Gurugram district administration said it would implement the state government's decision on reopening the mall with some restrictions while the Faridabad administration would take a final decision on the matter in a meeting on Monday. The Haryana government has earlier permitted to reopen the mall across the state from June 7, except Gurugram and Faridabad. Both these districts have more cases of Covid-19.



Maharashtra: Ban issued


Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray said on Sunday that the lockdown restrictions would continue in the state even after June 30. In a televised address, Thackeray denied denial of restrictions, saying that the threat of coronavirus remains in the state. Thackeray said that the process of unlocking is being implemented gradually, which has been named 'Mission Begin Again', to bring the economy back on track. The Chief Minister said in a televised address, "In Mumbai, we got good results of the Chase the Virus campaign and now we have decided to implement it across the state." He also informed that he has written a letter to Prime Minister Narendra Modi, seeking to expand the Prime Minister's Garib Kalyan Abhiyan so that Maharashtra can supply food grains to the poor at a low cost.


Crosses ten million infected in the world


Worldwide, the number of people infected with coronavirus has exceeded one crore. So far, about 5 lakh people have died in seven months due to this respiratory disease. According to the World Health Organization, the number of coronavirus infections is almost double the annual reported number of severe influenza disease. This epidemic is now entering a new phase. More than 10,000 cases of infections are being confirmed in India and Brazil in a single day, which is witnessing great pressure on resources. The two countries account for about one-third of the new case reported last week. On June 19, 54,700 new cases were recorded in Brazil. Some researchers say the death toll in Latin America could rise from one million this week to 380,000 by October.


Many countries affected by this pandemic are now relaxing the lockdown, however, there has been a big change in the way people work and a social life that will continue for a year or until the disease is vaccinated. In some countries, cases of re-infection are being observed, due to which the administration is being forced to partially restore the lockdown. In such a situation, experts say that the incidence of infection can be seen again in the coming months or 2021. Reuters use government reports that North America, Latin America, and Europe account for about 25 percent of infections, while Asia and West Asia account for about 11 percent and 9 percent, respectively.

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