Corona breaks all records, 3.94 lakh cases in 24 hours in the country 3,388 deaths

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The second wave of Corona continues to wreak havoc in the country. The number of new cases of infection has remained above three and a half lakhs per day for the last few days. As of late Friday night, 3.94 lakh new cases were reported across the country. The number of active cases in the country has crossed 32 lakh and the total number of infected cases has crossed the figure of 1.91 crore. As of late Friday, 3,388 people were reported dead. The total figure of the dead has crossed 2.11 lakh. According to the ministry’s data up to eight o’clock on Friday morning, 3,498 patients died in 24 hours. At the national level, the rate of recovery has reached below 90 percent. Corona has beaten more than 1.56 crore people so far. Relief amidst this worsening situation is that the death rate in the country is 1.1 percent, which is much lower than many other countries.

According to late night data, out of 3,388 people who died on Friday, the highest number of cases were 828 from Maharashtra, 375 from Delhi, 332 from Uttar Pradesh, 217 from Karnataka, 269 from Chhattisgarh, 173 from Gujarat and 155 from Rajasthan. Huh.

In Maharashtra, 62,919 new cases were reported on Friday. This is slightly lower than Thursday’s 66,159. However, the death toll was higher on Friday. On Friday, 818 people were reported dead, while on Thursday the number stood at 771. It is also a relief for the state that the number of people recovering here was more than new cases. More than 69 thousand people were recovered in the state on Friday. On Friday, 14,605 ​​new cases were reported in Gujarat. This is the highest number recorded in a single day in the state.

So far, more than 15.48 crore vaccines have been vaccinated under the ongoing vaccination campaign across the country. More than 26 lakh vaccines were administered in a day till 8 pm on Friday. According to official figures, a total of 15,48,54,096 vaccines have been administered so far. Of these, 94,10,892 health workers have been given the first dose and both have been engaged to 62,40,077 personnel. Similarly, the first dose has been given to 1,25,48,925 personnel and both doses have been given to 68,11,824 personnel.