New Delhi: In India, the infection of Coronavirus in India is increasing rapidly. More than 95 thousand new cases are being reported continuously for the last three days. Due to the large number of cases reported daily, the number of infected people has crossed 46 lakh. During this period, 81,533 patients have also been cured. However, out of the total cases, the number of patients recovering is almost four times higher. So far, more than 77 percent people have been cured, while the death rate has fallen to 1.66 percent.
According to the data released by the Union Health Ministry, 97,570 new cases of corona virus have been reported in the country with the total figure of corona infected has increased to 46 lakh 59 thousand 985. Out of this, 36 lakh 24 thousand 197 people have completely recovered, while 9 lakh 58 thousand 316 are active cases. After the death of 1,201 more people, the death toll has risen to 77,472. At the same time, out of 1,201 new deaths, Maharashtra has the highest number of 442, 130 in Karnataka, 77 in Andhra Pradesh and 16 in Gujarat.
74 percent active cases in 9 states
According to the Union Health Ministry, there are 74 percent active cases in the nine worst-affected states of Corona. Of these, 48.8 percent active cases are in only three states - Maharashtra, Karnataka and Andhra Pradesh. The remaining six states are Uttar Pradesh, Tamil Nadu, Telangana, Odisha, Assam and Chhattisgarh.
A record 24,886 new cases in Maharashtra
A record 24,886 new cases have been reported in Maharashtra and the number of infected has reached 10 lakh 15 thousand 681. However, more than 14 thousand patients were also discharged from the hospital during this period and the number of people recovering has crossed 7 lakh 15 thousand. So far 28,724 people have died in the state.
11 thousand people are fine in Andhra Pradesh
Less than 10,000 new cases have been reported in Andhra Pradesh. More than 11 thousand patients have been cured in the state. The number of total infected has exceeded 5 lakh 47 thousand. Out of these, 4 lakh 46 thousand patients have been cured. 4,779 people have died so far.