India’s highest single-day COVID-19 count peaks to 3,32,730 cases
According to the data issued by the Health Ministry, India's highest single-day COVID-19 cases count peaks to 3,32,730 fresh cases
The pandemic Coronavirus outspread has recorded a rapid surge in India. Over the last few weeks, the outspread has been vulnerable leading the nation towards dealing with oxygen and vaccine crises. As of by Friday i.e April 23, India recorded its highest single-day spike with more than 3,32,730 fresh COVID-19 cases. This marks the highest per day spike ever since the pandemic hit the country.
With emerging double mutant Coronavirus cases, India has acquired the second position in the world to have the worst hit by the pandemic after the US. As the data issued by the Health Ministry, the nation has reported around 3,32,730 new COVID-19 cases, while the death count is at 2,263 and the discharges are at 1,93,279 count in the span of the last 24 hours.
India reports 3,32,730 new #COVID19 cases, 2,263 deaths and 1,93,279 discharges in the last 24 hours, as per Union Health Ministry
Total cases: 1,62,63,695
Total recoveries: 1,36,48,159
Death toll: 1,86,920
Active cases: 24,28,616
Total vaccination: 13,54,78,420 pic.twitter.com/LKQMB5pUOE
— ANI (@ANI) April 23, 2021
Several states including Maharashtra, West Bengal, Karnataka and few others have reported being running out of vaccines and oxygen. To get a hold of the situation, PM Narendra Modi chairs a meeting with the chief ministers of high burden states to discuss the preventive measures.
For more such updates, stay hooked on to The Live Mirror.