The corona virus, which originated from Wuhan in China, has now gradually caught many countries around the world. The epidemic has infected more than 1.2 million people worldwide. At the same time, the death toll has reached 60 thousand. The impact of the corona virus epidemic continues to increase in India too. According to the Health Ministry, as of Monday morning of April 6, more than 100 people have lost their lives due to Corona virus. While the total corona patients in the country are more than 4000. Of these, 3666 cases are active, while 291 people have been discharged so far.
According to data from the Union Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, there have been around 490 new cases of corona infection in the country since Sunday evening, while 26 people have been killed by the deadly virus. Let us know that till Sunday evening, there were a total of 3,577 cases of coranavirus infection across the country, whereas 83 people had died.
According to the updated data on the website of the ministry at nine o’clock on Monday morning, the number of active cases of corona infection i.e. those being treated is 3,666 while the number of people who got healthy from this disease was 291.
The impact of the corona virus epidemic is visible in 30 states and union territories in the country at present. Among them, states like Maharashtra, Delhi, Kerala have reported the highest number of cases. According to the Health Ministry, till 9 am on Monday, 690 cases have been reported in Maharashtra, 503 cases in Delhi, 571 cases in Tamil Nadu. The state of Maharashtra has the highest number of deaths due to corona virus in the country.
Significantly, 21 days of lockdown has been imposed in the country in view of the threat of corona virus. There is a ban on the exit of any person during this time, although the offices or shops in need are kept open. At the same time, more than 12 lakh people have been infected by this epidemic around the world, more than 60 thousand people have died from this virus. At the same time, more than 2.5 lakh people have been cured of this disease.