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Corona’s furor in the country, a record 4,12262 cases, 3980 deaths in 24 hours

In the last 24 hours in India, the total number of positive cases after 2,12,262 new cases of COVID19 came to 2,10,77,410. After 3,980 new deaths, the total number of deaths has increased to 2,30,168.

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Once again the frightening figures of corona have come out, according to the data released by the Ministry of Health on Thursday, 4,12,262 new cases of corona have been reported and 3980 people have died. This is the largest figure to date. Earlier on May 1, this figure reached 4 lakh for the first time. And after 5 days i.e. on May 6, again this figure has crossed 4 lakhs. On May 1 – 4,01,993 new cases came and 3523 people died. At the same time, even more, new cases are exposed and the number of deaths is also the highest. On Wednesday, 3780 people died, which was the highest number of deaths due to corona in 1 day.

In the last 24 hours in India, the total number of positive cases after 2,12,262 new cases of COVID19 came to 2,10,77,410. After 3,980 new deaths, the total number of deaths has increased to 2,30,168. The total number of active cases in the country is 35,66,398 and the total number of discharged cases is 1,72,80,844.

These are the figures for previous days

May 5 – 3,82,315 new cases – 3780 deaths.

May 4 – 3,57229 new cases – 3,449 deaths.

3 May – 3,68,14 7 new cases – 3417 deaths.

2 May – 3,92,488 new corona cases – 3689 deaths.

May 1 – 4,01,993 new cases – 3523 deaths.

30 April – 3,86,452 new cases – 3498 deaths.

April 29 – 3,79,257 new cases – 3645 deaths.

28 April – 3. 60 new cases – 3293 deaths.

27 April – 3.23 new corona cases – 2,771 deaths.

26 April – 3.52 new cases – 2813 deaths.

25 April – 3.49 new cases – 2767 deaths.

24 April – 3.46 new cases – 2624 deaths.

23 April – 3.32 new corona cases – 2263 deaths.

Meanwhile, a top scientific advisor of the government warned on Wednesday that we should be prepared for new waves of corona virus epidemic. The Principal Scientific Advisor of the Center K.K. Vijayaraghavan said, “Phase three is certain, but given the high level of circulating virus, it is not clear at what time phase three will come. We should be ready for new waves. ”

New variants will be produced worldwide and in India as well, but variants that increase transmission are likely to be stable. Immune avoidant variants and those that reduce or increase the severity of the disease will progress further. “

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