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On 27 April 2021, a record 3,60,960 new cases of corona virus infection were reported in the country and the total cases reached 1,79,9,267. Meanwhile, after the death of 3,293 more people, the death toll has crossed two lakh.
The date of April 28 is recorded in history with many good and bad events, but two years ago, COVID-19 came in the world (covid-19The storm of ) completely dwarfed all the events of the last nearly a century. In the year 2020, it was only the month of April, when Coronavirus (Coronavirus) was everywhere.CoronavirusThere was an atmosphere of panic and fear. On 28 April 2020, the number of people who lost their lives due to corona infection in the country had reached 937 and the number of infected had crossed the number of 29,974. Today, even though the number of infected people is in crores, but corona vaccination (Corona Vaccination) and precautionary measures have developed an attitude towards the disease, which was completely lacking till two years ago. Last year, the intensity of the disease was so strong that there was mourning in the house.
On 27 April 2021, a record 3,60,960 new cases of corona virus infection were reported in the country in a single day and the total cases reached 1,79,9,267. Meanwhile, after the death of 3,293 more people, the death toll has crossed two lakh. Even today the situation is not good, the disease has not gone yet, but man has not given up hope. He has full faith in the custom of light after dark.
Talking about other events related to this day, it was on 28 April 1986, when the Soviet Union admitted that nuclear radiation had taken place in Chernobyl, Ukraine two days earlier. On April 28 in 1914: In the US, 181 people died in a coal mine accident in the Essels area of West Virginia.
Some important events recorded on the date of 28 April in the history of the world
1740 : Maratha ruler Peshwa Bajirao I died.
1910 : In England, a pilot named Claude Graham White flew the plane for the first time at night.
1914 : In the US, 181 people died in a coal mine accident in the Essels area of West Virginia.
1932 : Announcement to develop yellow fever vaccine for humans.
1935 : Underground metro train started in Russia’s capital Moscow.
1937 : Iraq’s dictator Saddam Hussein was born. The more majestic and grand his life as a ruler was, the more tragic and tragic the last time of his life and his death was.
1943 : Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose boarded a Japanese submarine from a German submarine near Madagascar during his visit from Germany to Japan.
[1945: The assassination of Italian dictator Benito Mussolini, his girlfriend Clara Petacchi and his associates.
1964 : Japan joined the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD).
1986 : The Soviet Union admitted two days after the accident that a nuclear leak occurred in Chernobyl, Ukraine, on 25 April.
1995 : 103 killed in gas explosion in subway in South Korea
1996 : Australian gunman Martin Bryant opened fire in Tasmania’s Port Arthur area, killing 35 people. It was described as the worst incident of firing in the history of the country at that time, after which the arms rules were tightened.
2001 : American businessman Dennis Tito became the first space tourist. He paid about $ 20 million for the six-day space journey.
2003 : Employee Safety and Health Day was observed across the world. On this day the workers killed during the work are also remembered.
2003 : Apple introduced the iTunes Store, which allowed consumers to download music from the Internet directly to their phones.
2007 : Australia became the world cricket champion for the fourth time by defeating Sri Lanka.
2008 : Indian Space Research Organization created a new history with the launch of PSLV-C9.
2020 : The death toll from the corona virus in the country reached 937. The number of infected crossed 29,974.
2021 : A record 3,60,960 new cases were reported in the country of corona virus infection in a day and the total cases reached 1,79,9,267. The death toll crossed two lakh.
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