Covid-19: Then new cases of corona virus cross 40 thousand- outcry in Kerala- The havoc of Coronavirus in India has started increasing once again and a steady increase in new cases is being seen. According to the latest data from the Union Health Ministry, 43 thousand 263 people have been infected with Covid-19 in the last 24 hours across the country and 338 people have died due to the epidemic.
New cases increased rapidly in the last two days
In the last 2 days in the country, new cases of Covid-19 have increased rapidly. According to the data released by the Union Health Ministry, 31 thousand 222 people were infected with the corona virus across the country on Tuesday, while 37 thousand 875 new corona cases were reported across the country on Wednesday.
40567 people recovered in 24 hours
According to the ministry, in the last 24 hours, 40 thousand 567 people have also been cured of Coronavirus i.e. 2358 active cases have increased. The total number of infected people in the country has increased to 3 crore 31 lakh 39 thousand 981 and 4 dead 41 thousand 749 people have lost their lives. 3 crore 23 lakh 4 thousand 618 people have also been cured and there are 3 lakh 93 thousand 614 active cases of Covid-19.
70 percent of new cases registered in Kerala
According to the data, more than 70 percent of the cases across the country have been registered in Kerala. According to the data released by the Kerala Health Department on Wednesday evening, 30 thousand 196 new cases of Covid-19 were reported in the state. With this, the total number of corona virus-infected in Kerala increased to 42 lakh 83 thousand 494, while after the death of 181 more patients, the death toll reached 22,001.
71.65 crore doses have been given in the country so far
According to the data of the Union Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, so far 71 crore 65 lakh 97 thousand 428 doses of Corona Vaccine have been given across the country, of which 54 crore 68 lakh 97 thousand 6 is the first dose. While 16 crore 97 lakh 422 people have got both doses.