About 67 thousand cases confirmed in the last 24 hours: India Coronavirus News Updates. Coronavirus (COVID-19) cases are increasing rapidly in India, more than eight lakh tests.
So far, 23 lakh 96 thousand cases have been reported in the country and more than 47 thousand people have died. According to the latest data released by the Ministry of Health, in the last 24 hours, about 67 thousand cases of corona have been reported and 942 people have died.
At the same time, the maximum eight lakh 30 thousand 391 tests have been done. According to the Health Ministry, so far 23 lakh 96 thousand 638 cases of corona have been reported in the country. Out of these six lakh, 53 thousand 622 are active cases.
At the same time, 16 lakh 95 thousand 982 patients have been cured. 47 thousand 033 people have died. So far, a total of 26 million 45 thousand 688 sample tests have been done. The recovery rate is 70.77 percent and the death rate is 1.96 percent.
One lakh 47 thousand active cases in Maharashtra
Maharashtra is the worst affected by Corona. Five lakh 48 thousand 313 cases have been reported here. There are one lakh 47 thousand 820 active cases. Three nit 81 thousand 843 patients have been cured. At the same time, 18 thousand 650 people have died.
Two lakh 54 thousand 146 cases have been reported in Andhra Pradesh. There are 90 thousand 425 active cases here. One lakh 61 thousand 425 patients have been cured and 2296 people have died.
Status of Karnataka, Tamil Nadu and U.P.
One lakh 96 thousand 494 cases have been reported in Karnataka. There are 80 thousand 351 active cases here. One lakh 12 thousand 633 patients have been cured and 3510 people have died.
Three lakh 14 thousand 520 cases of corona have been reported in Tamil Nadu. There are 52 thousand 929 active cases here. Two lakh 56 thousand 313 patients have been cured and 5278 patients have died.
One lakh 36 thousand 238 cases have been reported in Uttar Pradesh. There are 49 thousand 347 active cases here. 84 thousand 661 patients have been cured and 2230 people have died.