Coronavirus: 3.86 lakh new cases in last 24 hours, about 3,500 deaths

In the last 24 hours in India, 3,86,452 new cases of infection with coronavirus were reported, and 3,498 patients died. These are the highest number of cases reported in a day in the country.

With this, the total number of infected people in the country has increased to 1,87,62,976. Of these, 2,08,330 people have lost their lives due to this dangerous virus.

The number of active cases has increased to 31,70,228.

2.97 lakh patients recovered in the past

In the last 24 hours, 2,97 lakh covid patients were cured across the country.

With this, the total number of patients recovering from the epidemic has increased to 1,53,84,418. The country’s recovery rate is 82.10 per cent.

And in the last 24 hours, 19,2 lakh covid tests were done across the country. Since the onset of the epidemic, 28.63 crore coronavirus tests have been done in the country.

These are the most affected states.

If we look at the most affected states, 45,39,553 people have been found infected, and 67,985 people have died in Maharashtra so far.

So far, 15,33,984 people have been infected, and 5,259 deaths in the second most affected state of Kerala.

Similarly, Karnataka, with 14,74,846 cases and 15,306 deaths and Andhra Pradesh, with 10,84,336 cases and 7,928 deaths, are the following two most affected states.

How are the circumstances of the most affected states?

Sixty-six thousand one hundred fifty-nine people were infected in Maharashtra on the previous day, while 771 patients died. These are the deaths recorded in the state in one day after the onset of the epidemic.

Similarly, in Kerala, 38,607 people were found infected, and 48 patients died, whereas in Karnataka, a record 35,024 cases were reported, and 270 deaths occurred.

In Andhra Pradesh, 14,792 new cases were reported, and 57 patients died.

What is the status of the vaccination campaign?

15,22,45,179 doses of vaccine have been applied so far. On the previous day, 22,24,548 quantities of vaccine were used. Right now, people over 45 years of age are being vaccinated.

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