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India Records Biggest Single-Day Hike of 22000 Coronavirus Cases

Though the number of cases are continuously increasing, India’s recovery rate has improved by 2% from last week and has touched 60.80%.

New Delhi| A day after recording the biggest single-day hike of 20,000 Coronavirus cases, India on Friday recorded second consecutive single-day hike of more than 22000 cases. With the new 22771 Coronavirus cases, India’s total tally has reached 648315. The country also recorded 442 deaths in the last 24-hour taking the total death toll in the country to 18665. There are 2,35,433 active cases among them and 394227 people have recovered.

Though the number of cases are continuously increasing, India’s recovery rate is improving. The recovery rate has improved by 2% from last week and has touched 60.80%.

Maharashtra remains the worst affected state with 1,92,990 cases. The death toll in the state has risen to 8,376. As many as 198 new deaths were reported from the state. In view of the increasing number of cases, many parts of the capital city Mumbai are going into lockdown once again.

Tamil Nadu is the second worst-affected state due to coronavirus. On Friday, it crossed the one lakh-mark as 4,329 people tested positive. 1385 people have died in the state so far. Delhi’s Coronavirus tally has crossed 94000 mark and death toll is recorded at 2923.

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