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Covid Update: India Registers 2,11,298 Fresh Cases, 3,847 Deaths

This has taken the cumulative caseload to 2,73,69,093 and a total of 3,847 people died in the last 24 hours.
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Covid 19 active cases. Image source: Internet

India on Thursday has reported 2,11,298 fresh cases of Covid 19 in the last 24 hours.
As per the information provided by the Union Health Ministry – A total of 2,11,298 people have been tested positive for Covid 19 across the country.

This has taken the cumulative caseload to 2,73,69,093 and a total of 3,847 people died in the last 24 hours.
According to the data provided by Union Health Ministry, there are currently 24,19,907 active cases in India, a decrease of about 75,684.
Meanwhile, 2,46,33,951 patients have been discharged, with 2,83,135 discharges reported in the last 24 hours.
The cumulative death toll in the country now stands at 3,15,235.

Covid 19 update

Tamil Nadu is leading the state list with 33,764 cases reported in the past 24 hours. Followed by Kerala with 28,798 new infections. Maharashtra reported 24,752 cases. Karnataka 26,811 cases, and Andhra Pradesh 18,285 cases. The case count was 16,225 for West Bengal.
The top Ten states in India with high cumulative Covid 19 cases are:
• Maharashtra – 56,50,907 Deaths – 91,341
• Karnataka – 24, 99,784 Deaths – 26,929
• Kerala – 24,24,388 Deaths – 7,882
• Tamil Nadu – 19,45,260 Deaths – 21,815
• Uttar Pradesh – 16,80,684 Deaths – 19,712
• Andhra Pradesh – 16,27,390 Deaths – 10,427
• Delhi – 14,21,477 Deaths – 23,695
• West Bengal – 13,18,203 Deaths – 14,827
• Chattisgarh – 9,59,544 Deaths – 12,779
• Rajasthan – 9,27,746 Deaths – 8,018

Meanwhile, Assam has a total of 3,86,870 Covid cases with a total of 54,231 active cases and 3,005 deaths.

Also Read: Covid 19 Second Wave and Acute Shortage of Oxygen in India

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