In the last day, 6,395 new cases of corona virus infection were registered and 19 people died.

According to updated data released by the Union Health Ministry at 8 am on Thursday, the death toll has risen to 5,28,090 after 19 more people died of the infection in the country in the last 24 hours.

Apart from these, again matching the death tolls, Kerala has included the names of 14 more people in the list of people who lost their lives due to infection.

According to the data of Johns Hopkins University of America, the total cases of corona virus infection worldwide have increased to 60,68,89,445 and due to this infection 65,07,980 people have died so far in all the world.

According to the data, the number of patients under treatment for the corona virus infection in the country has dropped to 50,342, which is 0.11 percent of the total cases. There has been a decrease of 252 in the number of patients under treatment in the last 24 hours. The national recovery rate of patients has increased to 98.70 percent.

According to the updated data, the daily infection rate is 1.96 percent, while the weekly infection rate is 1.88 percent. A total of 4,39,00,204 people have remained free of infection in the country so far and the death rate for Kovid-19 is 1.19 percent. At the same time, 214.27 million doses of anti-Covid-19 vaccines have been administered so far as part of the national vaccination campaign.

According to the ministry data, of the 19 people who died of infection in India in the last 24 hours, five were from Maharashtra, two each from Delhi, Karnataka, Uttar Pradesh and West Bengal.

According to the data, there were one lakh cases of Kovid-19 in the country in 110 days and in 59 days they had crossed 10 lakhs.

It took 21 days for the total number of Kovid-19 infection cases in India to reach 10 lakh to 20 lakh (as on 7 August 2020), while it took another 16 days to reach 20 to 30 lakh (23 August 2020) . However, it has taken only 13 days to reach 30-40 lakhs (September 5, 2020).

At the same time, after 40 lakhs, it took only 11 days to cross the number of 50 lakhs (September 16, 2020). It took 12 days for the number of cases to rise from 50 lakh to 60 lakh (as on 28 September 2020). It took 13 days to get 60-70 lakhs (11 Oct 2020). It took 19 days to be 70 to 80 lakhs (on 29 Oct 2020) and 13 days to be 80 to 90 lakhs (on 20 Nov 2020). It took 29 days to go from 90 lakh to one crore (on December 19, 2020).

After these 107 days i.e. on April 5, 2021, the cases crossed 1.25 million, but it took only 15 days (April 19, 2021) for the infection cases to exceed the 1.5 million and only 15 days later, on May 4, 2021, the critical situation. The number went beyond 1.5 million to two million as it entered.

In about 50 days after May 4, 2021, on June 23, 2021, cases of infection had exceeded 30 million. After that, about nine months later, on January 26, 2022, the total number of cases had exceeded 40 million.

Virus cases and deaths

Speaking of this month, in one day or 24 hours, the number of Kovid-19 infections was 5,379 on September 7, 4,417 on September 6, 5,910 on September 5, 6,809 on September 4, 7,219 on September 3, 6,168 on September 2 and September 1. So far, 7,946 new cases have been registered.

In this period, 16 people died on September 7, 22 on September 6, 9 on September 5, 21 on September 4, 25 on September 3, 19 on September 2 and 25 on September 1.

Talking about the month of August, in the last day or 24 hours, the maximum number of 20,551 cases of infection was reported on 5th August and (after reconciling the Kerala figures) on 18th August they lost the life of a maximum of 72 people.

In the month of July, the maximum number of 21,880 cases of Kovid-19 infection in a day or 24 hours was recorded on 22 July and the maximum number of 67 deaths was recorded on 23 July.

Talking about the Kovid-19 infection in June, on June 24, the maximum number of 17,336 new cases were recorded in a single day or 24 hours. And during this peak, 38 people died on June 23.

In the month of May, the maximum number of 3,805 new cases of coronavirus infection were recorded in a single day or 24 hours on May 7 and during this time a maximum of 65 deaths were recorded on May 22.

In the month of April, a maximum of 3,688 new cases of corona virus infection were recorded in one day or 24 hours on April 30, and during this time a maximum of 1,399 deaths were recorded (after the review of the figures in Assam and Kerala) on 26 April.

The month of March recorded the highest number of 7,554 new cases of Kovid-19 infection in a day or 24 hours on March 2 and recorded the highest number of deaths with 4,100 (with revision to the figures of Maharashtra and Kerala). on March 26.

In the month of February, the maximum number of 1,72,433 cases of Kovid-19 infection in a day or 24 hours was recorded on February 3 and the maximum number of 1,733 people died in this period on February 2.

Talking about the month of January this year, in the last day or 24 hours, the maximum number of 3,89,03,731 cases of Kovid-19 infection were recorded on January 22 and the maximum number of deaths was 959 on January 30 during this period. .

May 2021 has been the deadliest month

During the second wave of Kovid-19 in May 2021 alone, more than 92,87,158 cases of coronavirus were reported in India, which is the highest number of infections recorded in a single month.

Apart from this, in May 2021, 1,20,833 people also lost their lives due to this disease. So many cases and this number of deaths have not been recorded in any other month. In this way, this month has been the worst and deadliest during this epidemic.

On May 7, 2021, the highest number of 4,14,188 Kovid-19 cases were recorded in 24 hours and on May 19, 2021, the highest number of 4,529 patients lost their lives.

Daily new cases were below three lakh from 17 to 24 May 2021 and then below two lakh from 25 to 31 May 2021. The maximum number of 3,745,237 patients were treated in the country on 10 of May 2021.

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