India reported almost 3 mild cases of coronavirus in the largest one-day increase. Over 2,000 deaths have been reported in the past 24 hours. With 2,95,041 fresh infections, the Indian number of active cases has crossed the 21 lakh mark. The total number of Indian cases of COVID-19 increased to 1,56,16,130, while the death toll reached 1.82,553, including 2,023 deaths in the last 24 hours, as mentioned by the Union Ministry of Health on Wednesday.
The national recovery rate fell to 85.01 percent. As many as 1,32,76,039 people have recovered from the disease. However, the death rate dropped to 1.17 percent, the ministry said. The Ministry of Health emphasized that more than 70 percent of deaths occurred due to concomitant diseases.
The Indian amount of COVID-19 exceeded the limit of 20 cubits on August 7, 30 cubits on August 23, 40 lakh on September 5 and 50 lakh on September 16. It passed 60 lacquers on September 28, 70 lax on October 11, crossed 80 lacquers on October 29, 90 lacquers on November 20, and exceeded the single-wheel limit on December 19. India crossed 1.50 kroner on 19 April.
Ten countries contributed the most to the daily COVID-19 review in the past 24 hours – Maharashtra (62,097 cases), Uttar Pradesh (29,574 cases), Delhi (28,395 cases), Karnataka (21,794 cases), Kerala (19,577 cases), Chhattisgarh (15,625 cases) ), Madhya Pradesh (12,727 cases), Gujarat (12,206 cases), Rajasthan (12,201 cases) and Tamil Nadu (10,986 cases).
Among 2,023 new deaths are 519 from Maharashtra, 277 from Delhi, 191 from Chhattisgarh, 162 from Uttar Pradesh, 149 from Karnataka, 121 from Gujarat, 77 from Madhya Pradesh, 64 from Rajasthan, 60 from Punjab, 51 from Bihar, 48 from Tamila Nadu, 46 from West Bengal, 45 from Jharkhand and 35 each from Haryana and Andhra Pradesh.
As for testing, ICMR said 27,10,5,53,392 samples had been tested by April 20, including 16,39,357 samples tested on Tuesday.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi, wishing the nation on the occasion of Rama Nawami, asked everyone to follow the necessary protocols in the fight against coronavirus.