40,715 new coronavirus cases reported in India

March 23, 2021 11:41
40,715 new coronavirus cases reported in India

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40,715 new coronavirus cases reported in India:- India is getting back to worse situations as there is a sudden rise in the number of coronavirus cases. A total number of 40,715 new cases of coronavirus are reported in the country in the last 24 hours and 199 deaths are reported in a day. The total tally of coronavirus cases in the country reached 1,16,86,796 and the death tally is at 1,60,166. Telangana reported 412 new cases and there is a rise in the number of cases in the state. There were 46,951 fresh infections yesterday and there were 13 percent fewer numbers reported today when compared to yesterday. As per the reports coming from the Union Health Ministry, five states Maharashtra (24,645), Punjab (2,299), Gujarat (1,640), Chhattisgarh (1,525) and Karnataka (1,445) have been reporting a huge number of cases from the last two weeks.

The total number of recoveries in India are said to be 1,11,81,253 and the total number of active cases climbed to 3,45,377. The total number of people who took up coronavirus vaccination reached 4,84,94,594. As per the reports coming from the Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR), the total samples tested in India are 23,54,13,233 and the samples tested yesterday are 9,67,459. All the states are in plans to close the schools in their states after the number of cases saw a huge rise. Several states imposed night curfews and lockdowns to prevent the spread of coronavirus. Maharashtra is the most impacted state and is reporting a record number of cases. Mumbai is on high alert for now.

In terms of daily cases, India is the third impacted country in the world now. Brazil had reported 79,069 new cases, USA reported 60,228 and India reported 46,951 cases on March 22nd.

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