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The second wave of Corona may be at peak this month, India needs mini lockdown- AIIMS Director

On Sunday, 93,249 new cases of Coronavirus were reported in India, which is the highest number of Kovid-19 cases reported in a single day this year. With this, the total number of infections in the country has increased to 1,24,85,509.

Dr. Randeep Guleria, Director of Delhi AIIMS. (File Photo)

Corona infection is spreading rapidly in the country. Meanwhile, AIIMS director Randeep Guleria has warned officials that the second wave of Corona may be at its peak this month and a mini-lockdown is needed to prevent the spread of life-threatening illness in India. Earlier on Friday, he had emphasized that the situation in the country in relation to the Kovid-19 pandemic is very worrisome as the cases have been continuously increasing, especially in the last few days.

Dr. Guleria Kovid-19 is a member of the National Task Force for Management. He said that people do not want to wear masks or maintain social distancing despite the rapid spread of corona. It took several months in the country to cross the figure of 70,000 cases during the first wave of Corona, but this time we are seeing cases growing very fast. The same situation is seen in the national capital Delhi.

93,249 new cases of corona were reported in the country

On Sunday, 93,249 new cases of corona were reported in India, which is the highest number of Kovid-19 cases reported in a single day this year. With this, the total number of infections in the country has increased to 1,24,85,509. The Union Health Ministry has given this information. According to the data, these are the highest number of cases of corona virus infection reported since September 19. On September 19, 93,337 cases of Kovid-19 were reported. On Sunday, the death toll has risen to 1,64,623 due to the loss of 513 more people due to the epidemic.

The rate of recovery from corona in the country is 93.14 percent

The ministry said that in cases of infection, an increase has been recorded for the 25th consecutive day. In the country, 6,91,597 patients are still being treated for Kovid-19, which is 5.54 percent of the total cases of infection. The rate of people getting healthy has come down to 93.14 percent. The lowest 1,35,926 people were infected on February 12 in the country, which was 1.25 percent of the total cases of infection. So far 1,16,29,289 people have recovered from this disease while the death rate is 1.32 percent.

Statistics of deaths from Corona in the country

Kovid-19 cases in India crossed the 20 lakh mark on August 7. After this, cases of infection had crossed 30 lakh on 23 August, 40 lakh on 5 September and 50 lakh on 16 September. Global epidemic cases crossed 60 lakh on 28 September, 70 lakh on 11 October, 80 lakh on 29 October, 90 lakh on 20 November and one crore on 19 December. Out of the 513 people who died in the last 24 hours, 277 people were from Maharashtra, Punjab at 49, Chhattisgarh at 36, Karnataka at 19, Madhya Pradesh at 15, Uttar Pradesh at 14-14 and Tamil Nadu at 13, Gujarat at 13, 12 have died in Kerala and 10 each in Delhi and Haryana.

So far 1,64,623 people have lost their lives due to this epidemic in the country. Of these, maximum 55,656 people have died in Maharashtra, 12,764 in Tamil Nadu, 12,610 in Karnataka, 11,060 in Delhi, 10,340 in West Bengal, 8,850 in Uttar Pradesh, 7,234 in Andhra Pradesh and 7,032 in Punjab. The Health Ministry said that of the people who died, more than 70 percent had other diseases.

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