India on the 19th of November, recorded a steady rise in the cases of the Novel Coronavirus or COVID-19.
After reporting below 40,000 cases since the past week, the Nation reported 45,576 new cases.
Besides 45,576 new cases, India recorded 48,493 recovered/discharge cases and 585 new death cases.
With this, India stands at the second position in the list of worst COVID-19 hit nations. Despite being the second worst hit nation for COVID-19, India is performing better in terms of recovery. The nation has more than 93 % of recovery and 1.47 % fatality rate.
India has a total of 8,958,498 positive cases, of which 4,43,403 are active cases, 8,383,683 are recovered/discharged cases and 1,31,578 deceased.
The first worst hit nation for the Novel Coronavirus is the United States of America (U.S.A.,) with 11,873,727 positive cases. Recently on the 19th of November, the U.S.A., crossed 2,50,000 fatalities with 2,56,254 deaths due to the virus.
Speaking about the COVID-19 in India, the media reports suggest today’s spike of Novel Coronavirus cases in India is 32% higher than the previous one of 29,163.
In addition, with the highest ever single day spike in Delhi, the National Capital crossed 5 lakh cases on the 19th of November.
According to sources, Delhi has a total of 5,03,094 positive cases till date including 7,486 new cases of the past 24 hours.
The City also recorded 131 virus-related deaths, its highest in a day, taking the death toll to 7,943.
Besides Delhi, Maharashtra, Karnataka, Tamil Nadu and Andhra Pradesh are a few states with more than 5 lakh positive cases of COVID-19.
In addition, according to the Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR,) in the past 24 hours, India conducted as many as 10,28,203 tests, taking the total to 12,85,08,389 till date.
The updated data for the Novel Coronavirus is available on the official website of the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare (MoHFW.)
Stay tuned for further updates.