COVID-19 Spike: India records highest single-day rise of 3,46,786 cases
Owing to the new pandemic Coronavirus wave, India recorded its highest-ever single-day spike. 3,46,786 fresh COVID-19 cases were reported in 24 hrs
PM Narendra Modi in his recent address to the nation confessed about India being in oxygen and vaccines crises. Many states have reported falling short on the supply of vaccines and oxygen to treat the increasing number of patients. The pandemic Coronavirus outspread has seen a rapid surge in the country over the last few weeks. The highest ever single-day rise has crossed the mark of 3,46,786 cases as of by Saturday i.e April 24.
Currently, India stands at the second position in the world after the US to have been worst hit by the pandemic. Making it the highest spike ever since the pandemic hit the country, Health Ministry reported recording about 3,46,786 fresh COVID-9 cases, 2,624 deaths, and 2,19,838 discharges in the last 24 hours.
India reports 3,46,786 new #COVID19 cases, 2,624 deaths and 2,19,838 discharges in the last 24 hours, as per Union Health Ministry
Total cases: 1,66,10,481
Total recoveries: 1,38,67,997
Death toll: 1,89,544
Active cases: 25,52,940
Total vaccination: 13,83,79,832 pic.twitter.com/ExbQhoN65D
— ANI (@ANI) April 24, 2021
To curb the rapid outspread of the Coronavirus, PM Narendra Modi held a meeting with 10 state Chief Ministers on Saturday. The ministers have reportedly discussed plans to control the outspread of the virus and about the supply of aid to the hotspot zones.
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