The five largest states in the country recorded the highest daily tolls from the epidemic on Tuesday, as Kovid’s death toll rose as fresh case counts rose again after three consecutive days of drowning.
In the last 24 hours, 4,4 deaths have been reported in India, while data from Delhi has not been released till midnight for the first time this year. In the last two days, more than 400 deaths have been reported in the capital each. The highest daily death toll from the epidemic on Saturday was 3,, 728. Was registered.
Even without Delhi’s data, the day’s case count was 3.56 lakh on Monday, with 3,62,577 new infections reported in the country on Monday. On Monday, 18,043 fresh cases were reported in the capital. Lakh cases daily for the last eight days. more than lakh, with a peak of 4,02,351 on April 30.
On Tuesday, their highest daily deaths were reported in at least five major states – in UP, where 2,356 deaths were reported, followed by Karnataka (૨ 22), Punjab (133), Haryana (133) and Bengal (107). The death toll in Maharashtra was 11 as compared to 7,567 on the previous day, while Chhattisgarh (210), Rajasthan (154), Tamil Nadu (144), Jharkhand (132) and Gujarat (131) had the highest death toll. More than 100 deaths have been reported in an hour.
The week that ended Monday saw a 22% increase in case mortality over the previous seven days from the CFR. The highest number of daily cases was reported on Tuesday in nine states led by Tamil Nadu, where 21,228 fresh infections were reported.
Other states were Bengal (17,639), Haryana (15,786), Punjab (7,601), Uttarakhand (7,028), J&K (4,650), Himachal Pradesh (3,824), Manipur (433) and Nagaland (266). On the positive side, cases have been declining in Maharashtra, UP and Madhya Pradesh.