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COVID-19: Number of Cases Shoot Up to 5,734; Death Toll at 166

by Aditi
COVID-19

Coronavirus (COVID19) infection cases in India are increasing rapidly. According to the latest data from the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, 540 new cases of COVID-19 have been reported in the country in the last 24 hours. At the same time, 17 people died during this period. In India, the number of people infected with the coronavirus has reached 5,734. At the same time, 166 people have died due to this deadly virus. However, 473 people have recovered so far. Thus, there are 5095 existing cases of coronavirus in India. Cases are increasing rapidly despite lockdowns across the country, so some hotspots in Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, and Delhi have been completely sealed.

Coronavirus investigation has increased in India now, cases are also coming up rapidly. According to the Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR), 1,21,271 people have been screened in the country so far. On Tuesday, 13,345 tests were conducted in a single day, of which 2,267 were conducted in private labs. Under ICMR, 139 labs are operated, while 65 private labs have also been allowed to conduct tests. The ICMR has also asked all government and private medical colleges to apply for a license to establish a corona screening facility.

The number of patients infected with coronavirus has reached 1.5 million worldwide. Till a total of 1,500,830 people have been caught by the deadly virus and this figure is continuously increasing rapidly. At the same time, the number of people killed by getting infected by his cruel and deadly virus has reached 87,706. The largest number of cases have been reported in the US (423,135). It is followed by Spain (146,690) and Italy (139,422).

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