Over 63,000 Covid Cases, The biggest single-day surge Maharashtra reports

Over 63,000 Covid Cases, The biggest single-day surge Maharashtra reports

Maharashtra was the worst hit in every state, with 55,411 cases, Saturday 309 deaths, which is a 14% increase on Sunday.

Mumbai: On Sunday Maharashtra announced more than 63,000 new cases of coronavirus and a total of 349 fatalities. At 63,294 on Sunday the number of active infections was 14% higher than a day ago and 5,65 lakh had been taken in the State.

Maharashtra is the worst affected in all states of the country with about half of its caseload and has been locked up until Monday at 7 a.m. for a weekend and has declared curbs including a night-time curfew all week long.

The state government would probably call for full lockdown this week if it is to combat explosive outbreak numbers and shortages of vaccines, medicines and hospital beds.

Over 63,000 Covid Cases, The biggest single-day surge Maharashtra reports

On Sunday, a record 12,590 new cases were reported in Pune and 16 deaths were reported, 9,989 cases and 58 deaths followed by Mumbai.

Nagpur also recorded its largest one-day increase, with 6,791 cases and 34 deaths, with 2,870 cases and two deaths and 3,332 cases and 20 deaths registered by Thane.

India is witnessing a vicious new wave of around 10 lakh cases in the last week after its guardian has dropped from mass religious festivals, political rallies, and spectators at cricket matches. On Sunday, 1,52,879 new infections were added to the region.

India currently leads the world in more than two weeks of average daily new infections, accounting for one in every six recorded global infections every day.

The deaths have increased, with 839 deaths on Sundays, the highest in over five months, totalling 1,69,275, recorded by the Health Ministry.

India is the 3rd-highest behind the US and Brazil, with over 1.33 crore cases. Since the fall of several months at the beginning of February, India’s new infections have grown by almost 18.

In the latest case of new COVID-19, 80.92 per cent of newly infected individuals recorded in the past 24 hours were seen to have increased sharply with Maharashtra and nine other States in Chhattisgarh, Uttar Pradesh, Delhi, Karnataka, Kerala, Tamil Nadu, Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh and Rajasthan, the Union Health ministries said on Sunday.

Rajat Singhhttps://bioinformaticsindia.com
Rajat Singh is the chief Author at Bioinformatics India, he has been writing for the past 3 years and has a special interest in SEO, Technology, Health, Life Sciences and gaming.

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