Although the corona virus has continued to wreak havoc in India since March, but in the month of July it has shown its dreadful form till now. In just July, more than 11 lakh people have been infected with the corona virus across the country. At the same time, talking about the total corona virus cases, this figure has crossed 16 lakhs. On Friday, Corona broke all the records so far in India and over 55 thousand cases were recorded in one day. In this way, till July 31, the figures of 11.1 million positive cases of Corona virus were reported in July, while 19122 people died.
If compared to the figures of the previous month, about 2.8 times more cases were reported in July and 1.6 double deaths were reported. Let us know that in June last month, about 4 lakh Corona cases were filed and 11988 deaths were recorded. Today, on Saturday also more than 57 thousand corona have been infected, it can be guessed that corona will cause more devastation.
Indeed, as the days of the corona virus epidemic are passing, the outbreak is becoming even more frightening. In the first two weeks of July, around 7.3 lakh corona cases were registered. That is, the pace of infection in the first two weeks of the month was slightly less than the last two weeks. It is to be noted here that the peak of Corona has still not arrived in India, experts are claiming such.
The total number of patients of this disease reached 16 lakhs on Friday after the highest number of 55,078 cases of Kovid-19 in one day in the country. Just two days before this, there were 1.5 million cases of infection in the country. According to data from the Union Health Ministry, the number of healthy people also increased to 10,57,805.
Currently, the death toll from the corona virus has increased to 36,511 in the country. India has reached number five worldwide in terms of death from corona virus. Now only four countries are left ahead of India, which includes America, Brazil, Britain and Mexico. While the Corona virus has caused 156,747 deaths in the US, 46,119 in Britain, 92,568 in Brazil and 46,688 in Mexico.