India records over 1,07 lakh fresh COVID cases for the first time

Active cases have increased to 8,43,473, which comprise 6.58 per cent of the total infections

In a matter of concern, the corona cases is surging in country. India has reported a total of 1,15,736 fresh coronavirus cases as on April 6. It is the highest ever single-day surge in India since the first case of the spreading of virus was reported on January 30, 2020.

According to the report the daily cases has now crossed 1-lakh mark for the third time in three days. India on Sunday registered 1.03 lakh cases and on Tuesday 1.07 lakh cases respectively in a span of 24 hours. Overall, India has registered a total of 1,28,01,785 cases of coronavirus until April 7.

Active cases have increased to 8,43,473, which comprise 6.58 per cent of the total infections. Recovery rate has declined to 92.11 per cent with 1,17,92,135 people getting cured of the COVID-19 infection. COVID-19 related fatalities have also increased to 1,66,177 or 1.29 per cent of the total cases.

11 states including Maharashtra, Chhattisgarh, Delhi, Punjab, Chandigarh, Gujarat, and Rajasthan continue to witness a surge in coronavirus infection and some states already started partial lockdown and night curfew. Yesterday, national capital has started night curfew too.

According to the data other states including Chhattisgarh, Delhi, Gujarat, Haryana, Himachal Pradesh, Jharkhand, Karnataka, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, Punjab, and Rajasthan contributed 54 per cent of the total cases and 65 per cent of the total deaths in the country.

There are surges in corona cases in other parts of world too as US has 91,757, France 71,718, and the UK 64,216 active cases as of now.

Dr Shivprakash

National Joint General Secretary (organization), Bhartiya Janta party

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