Due to the continuous increase in the cases of Corona (Covid-19) in the country, a big crisis is visible. In such a situation, new cases (COVID-19 daily cases) are coming every day. At the same time, now the figures of Corona have crossed the figure of 3 lakhs. In fact, after the decline in new corona cases in the last 3 days (Saturday, Sunday and Monday), now there is an increase in new cases for 2 days again. Late last Wednesday evening, this figure reached 3,04,416 and this number may increase as the data for some states was not available. Let us tell you that for the first time in this new wave of corona, the number of daily cases in India crossed the 3 lakh mark and 3,04,416 new corona cases were registered on Wednesday, which is 27 as compared to a week ago. % is more. At the same time, the total number of infected has come to 3.8 crore, with this the active cases have crossed the figure of 18.9 lakh.
Let us tell you that the figures of Sikkim, Arunachal Pradesh, Jharkhand, Ladakh, Lakshadweep and Tripura were not available till 10 pm and after about 8 months (May 15, 2021) the figure of 3 lakhs has been crossed in a day. On May 15, 3,11,077 cases were registered. Let us also tell you all that Maharashtra registered 43,697 new cases of infection yesterday i.e. on Wednesday, followed by Karnataka (40,499) and Kerala (34,199). At the same time, more than 350 deaths were recorded in India, which is much higher than the average level of last week. It is being said that the total number of deaths recorded so far has reached 4,87,505, while 13,785 cases were reported in Delhi in the last 24 hours on Wednesday and 35 patients died during this period.
At the same time, in Kerala, 134 people died due to corona (89 backlog) yesterday i.e. on Wednesday, followed by Maharashtra (49), and West Bengal (38). Along with this, Telangana also saw another spike in corona cases yesterday i.e. on Wednesday when the state registered 3,557 cases. At the same time, 10,057 new cases of corona were registered in Andhra Pradesh in the 24 hours ending Wednesday morning, which was the biggest increase since June 2021. With this, 11,447 new cases were registered in West Bengal on 19 January while 67,404 samples were tested. There has been a decline in new cases in the state for the last few days. Thus TPR has now dropped from 30% to 16.98%.