India’s daily cases of the Wuhan virus, also known as the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) once again started increasing.
On the 4th of June, India reported 1,32,364 fresh cases of the Wuhan virus. After reporting a dip in the COVID-19 cases, below 1.30 lakh cases, the nation registered a rise in COVID-19 cases for the second consecutive day. On Thursday, the 3rd of June, India reported 1.34 lakh new cases, followed by 1.32 lakh new cases the next day, the 4th of June.
In addition to the 1,32,364 new cases, India reported 2,07,701 recovered/discharged cases and 2,713 deaths.
The updated figures of COVID-19 cases were confirmed by the Union Health Ministry on the morning of the 4th of June. The updated data is available on the official website of the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare (MoHFW.)
In addition, the Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) has confirmed to have conducted 2,075,428 sample tests for the Wuhan virus. With this, a total of 35,74,33,846 tests have been conducted for the deadly virus in India till date.
Meanwhile, as per the MoHFW data, India has 2,85,74,350 positive cases for the Wuhan virus, of which 16,35,993 are active cases, 2,65,97,655 are recovered/discharged cases and 3,40,702 are deceased cases. India has a recovery rate of 93.80 % from the Wuhan virus.
It is to be noted, instead of Maharashtra, Tamil Nadu is leading with the highest number of single day Wuhan virus cases. With 24,405 cases reported in the past 24 hours, Tamil Nadu is leading the state list, followed by Kerala (18,853,) Karnataka with 18,324 new infections, Maharashtra with 15,229, Andhra Pradesh with 11,421 cases and West Bengal with 8,811 new COVID-19 cases. However, total COVID-19 cases wise, these five states are on top:
Tamil Nadu (2,172,751.)
Andhra Pradesh (1,728,577.)
Adding to it, the Union Health Ministry confirmed 22,41,09,448 people have been vaccinated so far, including those who were administered vaccines in the last 24 hours.
Meanwhile, on the 3rd of June, the Vice President of the United States of America (U.S.A.,) Kamala Harris spoke with Prime Minister Narendra Modi and conveyed that the United States would soon begin sharing vaccines with India.
The Joe Biden Government is set to share vaccines against the Wuhan virus with the world. It is said, approximately 75 % of the total production of vaccines would be given to Asian countries under the COVAX global initiative. The supply is likely to be done by the end of June 2021.