cases of corona infection increased from 12 to 13 lakhs in just three days. At the same time, the number of infection cases in the world has exceeded 1.57 crore and the death toll has crossed 6.39 lakh.Corona Virus Update

The number of cases of Kovid-19 in India crossed 13 lakh on Saturday. Just two days ago, infection cases crossed 12 lakh. At the same time, 8,49,431 people have become healthy in the country so far with this infectious disease.
According to the data released by the Union Health Ministry till eight o’clock in the morning, 48,916 new cases of Corona virus in the country increased the total number of infections to 13,36,861 while the death toll increased to 31,358 with the death of 757 more people.

Now talking about new cases of infection in the last 24 hours or one day, on July 24, a record was 49,310 in a day, which was the highest ever. There were 45,720 on 23 July, 37,724 on 22 July, 37,148 on 21 July, 40,425 on 20 July, 38,902 on 19 July, 34,884 on 18 July, 17,34,956 on 17 July, 32,695 new cases on 16 July.

The number of new cases on 24 July crosses 25 thousand (26,506) for the first time during 24 hours, the first time on 20 July crosses 20 thousand, the first time on 21 June crosses 15 thousand and the number of new cases of infection on 20 June The first time exceeded 14 thousand.

Looking at the figures, this is the third consecutive day when more than 45,000 cases of Kovid-19 have been reported. Similarly, this is the seventh consecutive day from July 19, when the number of new cases of infection is more than 35 thousand during 24 hours, this is the ninth consecutive day from July 16, when their number has been recorded more than 30 thousand.

Maharashtra recorded the highest number of coronary virus infections at 3,57,117. It was followed by 1,99,749 in Tamil Nadu, 1,28,389 in Delhi, 85,870 in Karnataka, 80,858 in Andhra Pradesh, 60,771 in Uttar Pradesh, 53,973 in West Bengal and 53,545 in Gujarat.

52,466 people were found infected in Telangana, 34,178 in Rajasthan, 33,926 in Bihar, 29,755 in Haryana, 29,921 in Assam and 26,210 in Madhya Pradesh.

In Odisha, cases of Kovid-19 increased to 22,693, 16,782 in Jammu and Kashmir, 16,995 in Kerala and 12,216 in Punjab.

7,493 in Jharkhand, 6,731 in Chhattisgarh, 5,445 in Uttarakhand, 4,540 in Goa, 3,759 in Tripura, 2,515 in Puducherry, 2,146 in Manipur, 1,954 in Himachal Pradesh and 1,246 in Ladakh.

There were 1,239 infections in Nagaland, 1,056 in Arunachal Pradesh and 823 in Chandigarh. There were 815 cases in Dadra and Nagar Haveli and Daman and Diu.

588 people in Meghalaya, 477 in Sikkim, 361 in Mizoram and 259 in Andaman and Nicobar were hit by the corona virus.

4,56,071 infected people are still being treated in the country. So far, about 63.54 percent people have been cured of this disease. Foreign citizens are also included in the total number of infected.

According to the Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR), 1,58,49,068 samples were tested till July 24, of which 4,20,898 samples were tested on Friday. These are the most investigated for Corona virus in one day.

Of the 757 people who died in the last 24 hours, 278 were Maharashtra, 108 in Karnataka, 88 in Tamil Nadu, 59 in Uttar Pradesh, 49 in Andhra Pradesh, 35 in West Bengal, 32 in Delhi, 26 in Gujarat, 14 in Jammu and Kashmir, 11 in Madhya Pradesh and eight each died in Rajasthan and Telangana.

Six patients lost their lives in Assam, Chhattisgarh and Odisha, five in Punjab, four each in Kerala and Haryana, three each in Bihar and Jharkhand and one each in Puducherry, Tripura, Meghalaya and Nagaland.

Talking about the number of people who died during a day or 24 hours, on July 24, 740 people died. On July 23, 1,129 people died, which is the highest ever. 648 people died on 22 July, 587 on 21 July, 681 people on 20 July.

543 on 19 July, 671 people died on 18 July. A day earlier, on July 17, the death toll reached 687, the highest figure till date.

606 on 16 July, 582 on 15 July, 553 on 14 July, 500 on 13 July, 551 on 12 July, 519 on 11 July, 475 on 10 July, 487 on 9 July, 482 on 8 July, 467 on 7 July, 425 people died on 6 July and 613 on 5 July.

This number was 442 on four July, 379 on 3 July, 434 on 2 July and 507 on 1 July.

Between June 11 and June 30, the death toll has been within 300 to 500. On June 22, the number of deaths in a single day was more than 400 for the first time and on June 11, the number of deaths for the first time crossed the 300 mark. In this way, this is the 39th consecutive day after June 11, when the number of people who died during the last 24 hours has been more than 300.

So far, a total of 31,358 people have died due to this epidemic. Of these, 13,132 people died in Maharashtra. This was followed by 3,777 in Delhi, 3,320 in Tamil Nadu, 2,278 in Gujarat, 1,724 in Karnataka, 1,348 in Uttar Pradesh, 1,290 in West Bengal, 933 in Andhra Pradesh and 791 in Madhya Pradesh.

602 since Kovid-19 in Rajasthan, 455 in Telangana, 382 in Haryana, 382 in Jammu and Kashmir, 296 in Punjab, 282 in Punjab, 220 in Bihar, 120 in Odisha, 76 in Assam, 71 in Jharkhand, 62 in Uttarakhand and 53 in Kerala. Patients lost their lives.

36 from Puducherry, 35 in Puducherry, 29 in Goa, 13 in Chandigarh, 11-11 in Himachal Pradesh and Tripura, five in Meghalaya, three in Arunachal Pradesh, Dadra and Nagar Haveli, Daman and Diu, and two in Ladakh. Two more people died in Nagaland.

The Health Ministry said that more than 70 percent of those who died had some other disease.

More than 15.5 million cases in the world, death toll exceeds 6.39 lakh
According to data from Johns Hopkins University in the US, the total incidence of corona infection has increased to 15,745,359 worldwide and 639,891 people have died so far.

The US is the most affected country with 4,112,529 cases of infection. The death toll here has been 145,546.

Brazil has suffered 2,287,475 cases of infection after the United States and 85,238 people have died.

India ranks third in cases of infection. Russia ranks fourth after India, with 799,499 cases of infection and 13,026 lives lost.

Originally posted 2020-07-26 00:26:10.

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