India’s single-day Kovid-19 spike went from 1 lakh to more than 2 lakh in just 10 days

India reported more than 2 lakh coronavirus disease (Kovid-19) cases on Thursday, the highest single-day spike since the epidemic. According to data from the Union Health Ministry, a day spike occurred in 2,00,739 cases a day after 1,84,372 Kovid-19 cases were registered on Wednesday in 24 hours in the previous month. The country first saw 1 lakh Kovid-19 cases a day on April 5, 10 days ago. The record increase in cases for more than a week comes against the backdrop of the deadly second wave of Kovid-19, which the country is now struggling with.

While registering steady growth for the 36th consecutive day, active cases have increased to 14,71,877, with 10.46 percent of total infections, while the national Kovid-19 recovery rate has come down to 88.31 percent.

India’s cumulative Kovid-19 case tally has now crossed the 14 million mark, with the Union Health Ministry dashboard showing 14,074,564 cases at 8 am on Thursday. The casualties rose to 173,123, with more than 1,000 new fatal cases recorded for the second time in a row. When India first saw 1 lakh Kovid-19 cases on 5 April, the nationwide infection was 12,589,067. This time, however, it took only 10 days to break its first single-day spike record.

According to the latest data from India’s Ministry of Health, more than 114 million vaccine doses have been administered.

The Kovid-19 cases in India began in March, after seeing the new infection EB earlier this year. The latest wave which shows no signs of recurring has started going to hospitals and crematoriums, creating a shortage of vaccines and banning lockdowns such as lockdown this month to break the chain of viral transmission to many parts of the country. Is forced to.

Active Casillad was the lowest at 1,35,926 on 12 February and the highest at 10,17,754 on 18 September 2020. The number of people suffering from the disease has risen to 1,24,29,564, while the case has a mortality rate, after which the data fell to 1.23 per cent.

India’s Kovid-19 Tally crossed the 20 lakh mark on 7 August last year, 30 lakh on 23 August, 40 lakh on 5 September and 50 lakh on 16 September. It increased to 60 lakhs on 28 September, 70 lakhs on 11 October. 80 lakhs on 29 October, 90 lakhs on 20 November and crossed the 1 crore mark on 19 December.

According to ICMR, 26,20,03,415 samples have been tested till 14 April, 13,84,549 samples have been tested on Wednesday.

Earlier this week, India had already approved FASTAG for Kovid-19 vaccines in some developed countries to have a wider pool of shots in the race to curb the outbreak. The move effectively opened the doors to shots made by Pfizer Inc. and Modern Inc., and a day later the Narendra Modi-led government approved emergency use for Russia’s Sputnik V vaccine – the third shot that would be the country’s vaccination. Can be used in the program.

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