India is likely to cross 1.5 Lakh COVID-19 cases today

With 80,722 active cases in India, 60,490 had been discharged and 4,167 succumbed to the infection so far with 1,45,380 COVID-19 reported cases.

The Recovery rate in India is 41.6% and the Mortality rate is 2.86% as per the union health ministry of India. According to the stats, India enters the list of top 10 corona affected nations.

Maharashtra, most hit state with COVID-19 in India has crossed the 50,000 mark. With an increase in 2,436 cases in the past 24 hours, the total number goes to 52,667. To date, 1,695 patients have lost their lives during a fight with COVID-19 in Maha and 15,786 people are recovered.

Tamil Nadu with 17,082 Coronavirus cases is the Second most affected state by Corona. Tamil Nadu has lost 118 of its citizens because of COVID-19 and 8,731 patients have been recovered so far.

Gujarat is likely to cross 15,000 Corona Cases today. According to their Health Ministry, 14,460 people have been affected by COVID-19 disease in Gujarat while 888 are the number of deaths. Till date, 6,771 COVID-19 patients have been recovered in Gujarat.

Delhi, the capital of India reported 14,053 COVID-19 cases up to date. 276 and 6,771 are the number of deaths and the number of recovered patients, respectively.

Rajasthan and Madhya Pradesh have 7,300 and 6,859 COVID-19 cases, respectively. 3,951 and 3,571 are the recovered people in the states, respectively. 167 people in Rajasthan and 300 people in Madhya Pradesh lost their lives because of COVID-19.


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