India overtakes Spain in Corona-affected countries at number 5

by Jun 7, 2020Coronavirus0 comments

India on Saturday (June 6) overtook Spain to become the fifth country in the world worst affected by the Coronavirus global epidemic. According to America’s Johns Hopkins University, cases of Kovid-19 infection in India have increased to 2,45,670, while more than 6600 people have died.

In less than 24 hours, India surpassed Italy and Spain in terms of the number of cases of this epidemic. Now America, Brazil, Russia, and Britain are far ahead in this matter. According to the data of this university, so far 2 lakh 41 thousand 310 cases of this epidemic have been reported in Spain.

According to the Union Health Ministry, 9887 new patients were reported in India in the last 24 hours till Saturday (6 June) and 294 patients died, after which the death toll has risen to 6,642. Now cases of this infection have increased to two lakh 36 thousand 657 in the country, while the number of dead has reached 6642. More than nine thousand new cases have been reported in the country for the third consecutive day.

The Union Health Ministry said that one lakh 15 thousand 942 infected patients are undergoing treatment in the country, while one lakh 14 thousand 72 people have become healthy, of which 4,611 patients have been cured in the last 24 hours. A senior health ministry official said, “48.20 percent of the patients have recovered so far. Foreign citizens are also involved in infection cases. “According to the Ministry of Health, 45 lakh 24 thousand 317 samples have been tested so far. Of these, one lakh 37 thousand 938 samples have been tested in the last 24 hours.

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So far 6,642 people have died due to this dangerous virus in the country. The highest number of these deaths was 2,849 in Maharashtra. It was followed by 1,190 in Gujarat, 708 in Delhi, 384 in Madhya Pradesh, 366 in West Bengal, 257 in Uttar Pradesh, 232 in Tamil Nadu, 218 in Rajasthan, 113 in Telangana and 73 in Andhra Pradesh, 57 in Karnataka and 48 in Punjab. Has died Jammu and Kashmir has reported 36 deaths, while 29 people have died in Bihar, 24 in Haryana, 14 in Kerala, 11 in Uttarakhand, eight in Odisha, and seven in Jharkhand. Kovid-19 killed five people each in Himachal Pradesh and Chandigarh. Four people died in Assam and two in Chhattisgarh. One patient has died in Meghalaya and Ladakh.

According to the Health Ministry website, 70 percent of the dead were people who were already suffering from other diseases. According to data released on Saturday morning by the Ministry of Health, Maharashtra has the highest number of 80,229 cases of infection in the country. This is followed by 28,694 in Tamil Nadu, 26,334 in Delhi, 19,094 in Gujarat, 10,084 in Rajasthan, 9,733 in Uttar Pradesh, and 8,996 in Madhya Pradesh. The number of infected in West Bengal has increased to 7,303. This is followed by 4,835 in Karnataka, 4,596 in Bihar, and 4,303 in Andhra Pradesh.

There are 3,597 cases of coronavirus in Haryana, 3,324 in Jammu and Kashmir, 3,290 in Telangana, and 2,608 in Odisha. 2,461 in Punjab, 2,153 in Assam, 1,699 in Kerala, 1,215 in Uttarakhand are infected. There are 881 cases in Jharkhand, 879 in Chhattisgarh, 692 in Tripura, 393 in Himachal Pradesh, 304 in Chandigarh, 196 in Goa, 132 in Manipur and 99 cases in Puducherry. There are 97 cases in Ladakh, 94 in Nagaland, 45 in Arunachal Pradesh, and 33–33 cases of infection in Andaman and Nicobar Islands and Meghalaya. There are 22 cases in Mizoram, 14 in Dadra and Nagar Haveli, and three cases of Kovid-19 in Sikkim.

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“A total of 8,192 cases have been sent back to the states,” the ministry said. Our data is released by matching the Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR). “The ministry said that state-wise data needs to be further verified and matched.”


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