The reporters are giving information that this is for the first time when India is recorded with more than 30,000 COVID cases just in a single day. Therefore, these one-day cases of India have pushed the COVID tally to 9 lakhs 68 thousand 8 hundred and 76 on Thursday that is 15th July 2020. Hence, the death toll has also climbed to 24, 915 with around 606 people succumbing to the disease.
Sources are saying that the Indian country has recorded an increase of 30,000 cases in a single day and these cases are reported from Maharashtra, Tamil Nadu, Uttar Pradesh, Telangana, Bihar, West Bengal, and many others. These are the places that are contributing around 80% of cases spike and this data was updated around 8 am in the morning. The fight of India with Coronavirus s going to the next level, the medical researchers are trying to find the vaccine but still this pandemic outbreak is not stopping at all. According to the reports, Maharashtra recorded with 7957 cases a day, Tamil Nadu with 4496 cases a day, Karnataka with 3176 cases, Andhra Pradesh with around 2432 cases, Uttar Pradesh with 1649, Delhi with the same ratio, West Bengal and Bihar with around 1500+ cases. Therefore, the total number of confirmed cases is basically having foreign cases only.
Later on, reporters said that the number of recoveries is high but still the growth of this viral disease is so fast. Around 63.25% of patients have recovered from this pandemic outbreak of COVID but the ministry has said that the number of recorded cases is continuously exceeding the active COVID cases by 2 lakhs 81 thousand 6 hundred 68 till date. There are only two states that are contributing around (Delhi and Maharastra) 48.54% of COVID cases in the Indian nation. The vaccine trials are on height and the reports have claimed that till August 15th, 2020 the vaccine of COVID will be discovered.
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