India Covid-19 Cases Crosses 4.56 lakhs, 15,000 Plus Cases Registered In 24On the 24th of June, India witnessed another biggest spike of the deadly Novel Coronavirus or COVID-19.
The number of positive cases reached a total of 4,56,183 cases till date. In the last 24 hours, India recorded 15,968 new cases of the Coronavirus infection.
Meanwhile with 465 new death cases, total deaths in India due to the Novel Coronavirus reached a total of 14,476.
The figures mentioned above were confirmed by the Union Health Ministry on the morning of the 24th of June.
According to the Health Ministry, 2,58,684 have recovered and 1,83,022 are active cases.
The recovery rate also improved in 24 hours, from 55.8 % to 56.70% in India with a recovery of 10,500 patients in past 24 hours.
Besides, Indian Council of Medical Research, on the 23rd of June approved 1,000 new laboratories for COVID-19 testing.
Out of these 1,000 COVID-19 testing laboratories, 730 are in government setups and 270 laboratories are in the private sector.
With this, India crossed 75.5 lakhs Coronavirus test till the 23rd of June. Till date, India collected a total of 73,52,911 samples and tested for Coronavirus.
Speaking about states with highest number of COVID-19 cases, Maharashtra tops the list, followed by Delhi, Tamili Nadu.
Maharashtra has 1,39,010 cases, Delhi has 66,602 cases and Tamil Nadu has 64,603 cases.
Meanwhile, Globally, total number of coronavirus cases has crossed 92.39 lakh cases while the death toll has risen to 4.76 lakhs.
According to the Johns Hopkins University report, India is the fourth worst affected country in the world.
The other three nations are the United States of America (U.S.A.,) Brazil and Russia.
In June, India witnessed the highest everyday spike in the Novel Coronavirus cases with a minimum of 10,000 single day fresh cases.
According to experts, the number of cases would increase and would be on peak in the month of July and August.
The World Health Organisation (WHO) also warned several countries of a new wave of the Coronavirus cases.
Stay tuned for further updates.