With the continuous fall in cases of coronavirus since Mid- July, India experiences a sudden surge in cases reported 29,164 in the last 24 hours as re
With the continuous fall in cases of coronavirus since Mid- July, India experiences a sudden surge in cases reported 29,164 in the last 24 hours as reported by the Union Ministry of Health and Family Welfare.
As per the department, there may be more cases of coronavirus in the future, if the situation remains the same. The increase in pollution and climatic change are the main causes of the sudden rise in cases, due to the reason people are more susceptible to infections.
Considering the overall cases in the country reached 88,74,291 total cases.
The infection is increasing day by day with 4,53,401 active cases and 82,90,321 recoveries so far. The cumulative death rate has risen to 1 lakh.
The last dip in cases of coronavirus in India on July 15, was below 30,00 with registered cases of 29,429 cases in the country. The void 19 cases in India progressively with 20 lakh in august, 30 lakh in September, and 70 lakh cases till October. although the caseload all over the world is alarming too.
Delhi has a caseload more than Maharashtra, which is the worst affected city in India.
Due to the festive season and pollution rise in the capital of India, it suffered a great loss, having 500 cases per million population as per Niti Aayog assessment. Due to the festive season, markets were crowded and there was no physical distancing practiced.
There are new 449 fatalities. The ICMR has a cumulative total of 12,65,42,907 samples tested on November 16.
Coronavirus is affecting the whole world but India has recorded a shocking number of cases in a day. There are restrictions which are imposed by the government to prevent the infection from spreading as a certain amount of fine has to be paid by those who are not wearing masks and providing more doctors and paramedics in states which have a high level of coronavirus patients. The provisions of converting government hospitals into covid hospitals for further facilities as the beds are not available. The imposition of protocols has been made by the government to stop the spread of coronavirus.
The Health Minister of Delhi, Satyendra Jain, said the reimposition of lockdown as the third wave of coronavirus is at its peak to strike delhi.
With Delhi being at first, Kerala is the second-highest state with coronavirus cases, reporting 39,471 cases in a week, the count has fallen to a certain level since last week. As the cases are coming down on the south side, on the other side cases are increasing in the northern states.
The health ministry has said that the recovery rate has improved by 93.4%.