While the Union Health Ministry claims that the situation is gradually falling under control, Indian on Wednesday crossed the 62-lakh mark. According to the latest reports from the union health ministry, Indian states and union territories logged 80,472 new cases in the last 24 hours taking the total caseload to 62,25,764.
India now has 9,40,441 active cases while 51,87,826 patients were cured/discharged/migrated, confirmed the health officials. Yet, India’s recovery rate continues to rise and now stands at 83.1 per cent. On the other hand, the Indian states and union territories in the last 24 hours logged 1,054 deaths as the total death toll is now at 80,776.
On the other hand, India in the last 24 hours logged 1,179 deaths from Tuesday morning while the total death toll is now at 97,497. Maharashtra, Andhra Pradesh and Tamil Nadu have reported the highest number of cases as states like Karnataka, Uttar Pradesh and West Bengal have been reporting active raise in the number of cases in the last few days.
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For the first time in weeks, all 13 districts in Andhra Pradesh Tuesday reported fresh cases in numbers below 1,000. East Godavari, that saw its caseload rise by over 1,000 a day for more than a month, added 991 afresh on Tuesday, while its neighbour West Godavari registered 907.
According to the latest report, the state of Telangana has recorded over 2,103 new cases which has taken the total tally of infected people to a staggering 1,91,386. With 11 deaths in the last 24 hours, the toll in the state now stands at 1,127.