With almost 7,000 cases in most recent 24 hours, India overtook Iran to turn into the 10th biggest hotspot of coronavirus infection around the world. India saw greatest spike in COVID-19 on Sunday — the states included 6,977 new cases. The number of coronavirus patients in the nation remained at 1,38,526, as per service of health and family welfare. The loss of life in the nation crossed 4,000-mark.
India Enters Top 10 Worst COVID-Hit Nations List with 1.38 Lakh Cases
Maharashtra recorded the greatest spike in daily COVID-19 count on Sunday. The number of COVID-19 include flooded past 50,000 in the state. The number of fatalities in the state expanded to 1,635. Maharashtra was the worst affected state by coronavirus pandemic in India.
The number of COVID-19 cases arrived at 14,000 in Gujarat. Above of 394 new cases were recognized in most recent 24 hours. With 29 new fatalities, the cost rose to 858.
Tamil Nadu kept on including more than 700 coronavirus cases even on Sunday. Coronavirus contaminated 16,277 in the state. Almost half of the complete coronavirus cases — 8,324 patients were released from the hospital after recovery in the state.
Delhi, the national capital of India, enlisted 508 new coronavirus cases on in most recent 24 hours. The coronavirus count in the state rose to 13,418. The loss of life zoomed to 261.
Meanwhile, India improved its recovery rate from coronavirus disease. Over 41% of the total coronavirus cases — 57,721 individuals — were cured up until this point.
“The testing capacity has been increased in both, and as on date, around 1,50,000 tests can be conducted every day,” said the Ministry release.
Eleven areas account for 70% cases
Eleven municipal areas from seven states revealed 70% of all coronavirus (COVID-19) cases detailed from India, the Union health ministry said on Saturday. These municipal areas had a place with Maharashtra, Tamil Nadu, Delhi, Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh West Bengal, and Rajasthan.
“Health infrastructure should be ramped up to ensure preparedness for the next two months in the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic,” the ministry conveyed to these eleven municipal areas.
The Center asked the state governments of the seven states to step up observing in old urban areas, urban slums and other high density pockets like camps and clusters for migrant workers for the management of COVID-19 cases.
The central government called attention to that testing facilities ought to be improved in some metropolitan zones to ensure early detection of cases. Early recognition of cases will likewise assist with beginning opportune clinical management and lessen casualty rate, the health ministry included.
Other issues that need concentrated incorporate dynamic coordination with government and private labs to address delays in sample collection, organization with private medical clinics to expand the health/bed limit, squander removal and cleansing of COVID positive zones, the service said.
India continued the local flight tasks today in the wake of suspending air travel for almost two months. From mandatory Aarogya Setu app on Smartphones to arriving at air terminal two hours ahead of time for screening — the Center declared a large group of new rules that the travelers need to follow.
“States can also develop their own protocol for quarantine and isolation as per their own assessment,” the civil aviation minister Hardeep Singh Puri said.