New Delhi: With 86,432 new cases, India’s count has now crossed the gruesome milestone of 4-million coronavirus cases to 4,023,179. This is the third successive day when the nation has recorded more than 80,000 cases in a solitary day.India is just an indent away from surpassing Brazil as the second worst affected country.
India has become the world’s third country to pass four million coronavirus infections, setting a new record daily surge cases on Saturday as the crisis shows no sign of peaking.
India witnessed 1,089 Covid-related deaths in the last 24 hours, pushing the nation’s fatality count at present stands at 69,561, according to Heath bulletin. While 31,07,223 patients have recovered, 8,46,395 cases are still “active”. India reported its first case of COVID-19 on January 30.
Maharashtra, Tamil Nadu, Karnataka, Delhi and Andhra Pradesh account for 70 per cent of the total COVID-19 deaths in the country, according to the Union Health Ministry.
Maharashtra, the most noticeably awful hit state has recorded its highest ever single-day spurt of 19,218 Covid cases.
Five most influenced states by complete count of cases are:
• Maharashtra (8,63,062)
• Andhra Pradesh (4,76,506)
• Tamil Nadu (4,51,827)
• Karnataka (3,79,486)
• Uttar Pradesh (2,53,175)
The worldwide count of Covid cases remains at 26,795,701. While 18,880,235 have recouped, 876,032 have recovered. The US, the most noticeably terrible hit nation, has 6,387,052 cases. It is followed by Brazil, which has 4,091,801, India (4,023,179) and Russia (1,015,105).