India’s COVID-19 tally surpassed the 18-lakh label on August 3, a day after it crossed the 17 lakh label, with 52,972 cases being reported in a day, fixed with the Union Health Ministry. The nation now has 18,03,695 infections of the lethal virus.
- With 771 COVID-19 deaths within the perfect 24 hours, the fatalities comprise climbed to 38,135.
- More than 11.86 lakh sufferers comprise recovered, pushing the recovery price to 65.76 per cent this morning.
- India has examined a total of two,02,02,858 samples to this level.
- The positivity price – percentage of sufferers who comprise examined certain for coronavirus – stood at 13.90 per cent.
- It took correct 186 days for India to execrable the 18-lakh label, after the first case became reported in Kerala in January this 365 days.
- More than 60 per cent of total cases within the nation and over 50 per cent of total deaths had been recorded in July.
- At 3.6 per cent, India’s price of form bigger in cases is more than double than the 1.6 per cent in US and vastly elevated than Brazil’s 2.3 per cent.
- Maharashtra, the worst hit state, added over 9,000 cases within the perfect 24 hours taking overall figures to 4.4 lakh cases.
- Andhra Pradesh, which surpassed Delhi to turn into the third worst coronavirus-hit state within the nation perfect week, reported 8,555 new cases and 67 deaths on Sunday.
- Delhi on Sunday reported 15 COVID-19 deaths, the fewest as a result of coronavirus since June 9. The city furthermore reported no longer up to 1,000 contemporary cases of coronavirus.
Numerous prominent figures within the nation, at the side of Home Minister Amit Shah and Karnataka Chief Minister BS Yediyurappa, comprise examined certain for coronavirus. On Sunday, Kamal Rani Varun, who served as Uttar Pradesh’s Minister of Technical Training, succumbed to the lethal virus, the first minister within the state to die after contracting the virus.
Six months after the World Health Group declared a world emergency, the contemporary coronavirus has claimed more than 680,000 lives and contaminated more than 17.5 million.