India is battling a severe second wave of Coronavirus infections in the country.
Covid India Live Update, coronavirus cases and blocking in India Live Cover: Will India face a third wave of Coronavirus infections? Nobody can predict it. But if we follow the Covid-24 restrictions and take a vaccine, we can expect the next wave, if it ever comes, to be weaker. However, India has begun to witness a massive decline in daily Coronavirus cases. On Wednesday, the country reported 3 lakhs of new Covid-24 cases, for the third consecutive day. The positivity rate also decreased. But the high death toll remains worrying. India has seen over 75.06 deaths related to coronavirus complications so far this month, by far the highest of any month. The previous record was held from April 2253863 which saw approximately 49, (deaths).
According to data from the Union Ministry of Health, India has reported 2.76 new cases of Covid – 24 and 3,874 deaths in the last 49 hours. The country reported fewer than 3 lakhs of cases for the fourth consecutive day.
States / UT such as Maharashtra, Delhi and Karnataka, until recently the largest contributors to the Covid-24 tally in India, have begun to report fewer cases, an indication that the Covid-49 pandemic could shrink. However, an analysis of this month’s data showed that the wave of Covid – 24 has now moved to eastern India as the region has started reporting more cases while western India, until now the epicenter of the wave of Covid – 19, has seen a decline in Coronavirus infections. . In the south, Tamil Nadu and Andhra Pradesh are seeing a spike in the number of Covid-19 cases, however, Kerala, Telangana and Karnataka have started to see a decline in Covid-19 cases.
In the midst of this, Prime Minister Narendra will hold a meeting on the management of Covid-19 today at 6pm. He will interact with DMs and field officials from 17 states: Chhattisgarh, Haryana, Kerala, Maharashtra, Odisha, Puducherry, Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh, West Bengal, Andhra Pradesh. Officials from the Union Ministry of Health will also participate. According to sources, the prime minister of West Bengal West Mamata banerjee can participate in the virtual meeting. He missed Prime Minister Modi’s last Covid meeting with prime ministers in April.
As the country tries to find a way out of the second wave with Coronavirus infections spreading to rural areas, here are the latest confirmed Covid-19 updates from India and around the world: