while Maharashtra registered over 1,200 fresh cases on Thursday, again for the second straight day, the infection touched on a new high in Delhi, with 448 more cases occurring. The capital’s previous one-day peak was 428 on Tuesday.
Maharashtra also reported its highest single-day death rate of 43, a fraternity of the 106 fatalities across the country, with Mumbai alone adding 25. This is the second time that more than 100 Covid-19 patients have died in one day.
Adding some mood in the midst of gloom, the number of recoveries across India has increased steadily. Pr. The latest data is more than 16,600 people recovered from Covid-19 across the country, which is almost 30% of total cases so far.
Meanwhile, the Covid-19 infection continued to emerge in Tamil Nadu and Gujarat, with the two states reporting 580 and 388 new cases, respectively, adding fears that the disease peaked at its peak in those states.
the coronavirus count in Gujarat, the second largest affected state, crossed 7,000 on Thursday. With 29 deaths in 24 hours, the infection has so far claimed 415 lives in the state, the second highest after Maharashtra’s 694.
Also in Telangana, three migrant workers tested positive among 15 new cases. The state has so far registered 1,122 positive cases of Covid-19.
In Andhra Pradesh, two people died and 56 others tested positive for Covid-19, taking the caseload to 1,833. The Krishna and Kurnool districts of the state witnessed a Covid-19 related death each, taking the total toll to 36.
Bihar recorded his fifth death in Covid-19 with a 70-year-old death. The state also registered eight new cases and took the total number to 550. Rajasthan registered 110 new cases, 21 of which from Jaipur, took the state’s Covid-19 count to 3427 and death figure to 99. In Kerala, no new Covid-19 cases were reported for the second day in a row.