India had become the first nation across the globe to cross 4 lakhs of COVID cases in a single-day spike on April 30.
The oxygen battling India has set a new fresh grim record of COVID19. India had become the first nation across the globe to cross 4 lakhs of COVID cases in a single-day spike on April 30. Talking about today, it has added to our injury, and has reported 4,12,262 new cases and 3,980 deaths in the 24 hours ending 9 am Thursday.
The new case of COVID19 has pushed India’s caseload to over 2.06 crore while active cases stand at 35.66 lakh. Both Karnataka and Kerala registered new records with over 50,000 cases and almost 42,000 cases, respectively. Maharashtra discovered over 57,000 infections. Up to 3,980 people died of Covid in India the past 24 hours, the highest in a day so far, pushing total fatalities to 2,30,168.
The Principal Scientific Advisor to the Prime Minister Wednesday said a third wave of Covid-19 was inevitable given the high levels of the circulating virus and that they couldn’t predict a time frame for it.
Twelve states, including Maharashtra, Karnataka, Kerala, and Uttar Pradesh, have more than a lakh active COVID-19 cases each, according to the government. Thirty districts are showing a continued rise in the number of cases for the past two weeks. Ten of these are in Kerala, seven in Andhra Pradesh, three in Karnataka, and one in Tamil Nadu, it said.