Coronavirus India: India Coronavirus tests per million had risen up to 26,016 as cumulative tests have been hiked to 3.59 crores according to the Health Ministry said on Monday. It also said that the key component of India’s COVID 19 response has been early identification of the cases by timely and aggressive testing.
Here are the latest updates about the Coronavirus:
Sibu Soren who is a former Chief Minister of Jharkhand and also the supremo of Jharkhand Mukti Morcha had been tested positive for the COVID 19. Now going to be admitted into the Medanta Hospital in Gurugram. He is going there by train from Bokaro Railway station.
In Kerala, COVID 19 cases crossed the number of 60,000
Health Minister of Kerala, K.K Shailaja informed that the COVID 19 cases count in Kerala crossed the number of 60,000 cases on Tuesday with 2,375 new cases in the last 24 hours including 10 more deaths which hiked the numbers of deaths to a total of 244. Among the fresh 2,375 cases, 2141 were infected through the contact while the other 174 sources of infection are not known.
61 has come from abroad while other 118 persons have come from the other states, Minister told in the press release in Thiruvananthapuram.
Precisely saying, The number of cases has reached to a total of 61,878 from which 40,343 has been recovered, among which 1,456 were discharged. Currently, 21,232 are going through treatment, she said.
72 more died in Uttar Pradesh due to COVID 19
The death toll rose to 3,059 with 72 more deaths in Uttar Pradesh on Tuesday. 5,124 new cases have been reported in the last 24 hours which hiked the numbers of cases to a total of 1,97,388 in the state.
Among the 72 deaths reported, 18 were reported from Kanpur, 12 from Lucknow, 7 from Gorakhpur, 4 from Allahabad, and three deaths each from Varanasi and Siddharth Nagar, according to to a health bulletin issued in Lucknow.
Kanpur has reported the maximum number of deaths in the state, which is 385 followed by Lucknow having a number of 303 deaths than 150 in Varanasi, 128 in Meerut, 112 in Gorakhpur and 106 each in Agra and Bareilly.
The recovery rate of the patients is recorded is 73.33 percent which is a high percentage. Over 1.21 lakhs of the samples were tested on Monday, which makes the total number of tests conducted so far to 47 lakhs.