India reported 103,558 new circumstances of the coronavirus illness (Covid-19) and 478 associated fatalities within the final 24 hours, which have pushed the nation’s an infection tally to 12,589,067 and the loss of life toll to 165,101, based on the Union ministry of well being and household welfare mentioned on Monday morning. On Sunday, there have been 93,249 new coronavirus illness circumstances and 513 fatalities. The energetic circumstances of Covid-19 crossed the 700,000 and surged to 741,830, registering a gentle improve for the 26th day in a row, the well being ministry’s dashboard confirmed at 8am. The energetic caseload was at its lowest at 135,926 on February 12. With 52,847 sufferers cured of Covid-19, recoveries have risen to 11,682,136 and the restoration fee stands at 92.79 per cent, the information confirmed.
Official knowledge exhibits that Maharashtra, which has clamped new restrictions to arrest the rising infections, and Punjab are the 2 worst-hit states by way of their share within the whole variety of new Covid-19 circumstances and deaths throughout the nation within the final fortnight. Maharashtra added 426,108 Covid-19 circumstances within the final two weeks as of March 31 and Punjab added 35,754 circumstances in the identical interval. The progress fee of the final seven days for every day new circumstances until March 23 in Maharashtra was 3.6 per cent and in Punjab, it was 3.2 per cent. Maharashtra has added 4,26,108 circumstances within the final two weeks as of March 31, whereas Punjab has added 35,754 circumstances in the identical interval. Maharashtra and Punjab collectively reported round 60 per cent of India’s fatalities of all deaths reported throughout these two weeks.
The well being ministry has mentioned 11 states – Maharashtra, Punjab, Karnataka, Kerala, Chhattisgarh, Chandigarh, Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh, Tamil Nadu, Delhi and Haryana – have been categorised as “states of grave concern” on account of their excessive and rising every day Covid-19 circumstances and better every day deaths.
(With company inputs)
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