Covid-19: 2958 cases in 24 hours, 126 deaths, close to 50 thousand cases, now the figures will be released once a day

Posted on 6th May 2020 11:35 am by rohit kumar

New Delhi. The number of people recovering from Coronavirus across the country increased to 14,182 on Wednesday. According to the data released at 8 am, 1456 patients were cured in one day. In the same 24 hours, the number of dead increased to 126. The Ministry of Health and Family said that the total number of corona cases in India increased to 49,391, of which 33,514 active cases, 1694 deaths, 14,182 have been cured and 1 patient has gone abroad. It was told that now the figures will be released only once a day.



Earlier, All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) director Randeep Guleria said on Tuesday that the graph of Covid-19 has remained relatively flat (flat) so far but the increase in cases at a constant pace is a matter of concern.



 Need to try to reduce the number of cases in hotspots

Guleria said that various modeling experts predict that the climax in the number of corona virus cases may occur in the next four to six weeks, that is, in late May or mid-June, so we need to be more attentive and reduce the number of cases in the hotspots. There is a need to try. He also said, 'Covid-19 cases may increase once again in winter in the country, but only time will tell.'



Guleria said, "The graph has been relatively flat so far due to lockdown and other prohibited measures and it has given us time to build our health infrastructure and increase testing facilities in the country." Government officials also said that in recent times the number of cases is increasing because the number of investigations being conducted has increased.

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