The world confirmed case tally for the coronavirus has now reached 19.5 million, anticipated to cross 20 million in a day. There are at the moment over 6 million lively cases globally, principally concentrated within the US, Brazil, and India. Globally, over 12 million people have recovered from the virus, whereas over 720,000 people have misplaced their lives within the pandemic.
In India, there at the moment are over 2 million reported cases of coronavirus, of which 619,088 are at the moment lively. As many as 1,427,005 people have been discharged within the nation until now, whereas 42,518 sufferers have succumbed to the an infection. India just lately clocked a record of the very best single-day spike of over 62,000 cases.
Here are some fact factors mapping the outbreak:
#1. India clocked 60,000 recent cases in a day but once more
In a worrying pattern, India registered over 60,000 new cases for the second consecutive day. This comes after the nation noticed over 50,000 cases on daily basis for seven days in a row. In the previous fortnight, the bottom registered each day new cases have been roughly 47,000 cases on July 28.
#2. Andhra Pradesh enters the 200,000-cases membership
Andhra Pradesh has earned the doubtful distinction of being the third state within the nation to report over 200,000 confirmed cases of coronavirus, following carefully on the heels of Maharashtra and Tamil Nadu. It additionally has the second-highest count of lively cases within the nation, second to Maharashtra. There have been over 1,900 fatalities within the state.
#3. Fresh surge in Andaman and Nicobar Islands
There has been an amazing spike in each day new cases in Andaman and Nicobar Islands. Throughout July, each day new case additions had stayed below 20 a day however has since risen to nearly 100 cases a day in August, a 5x rise over the earlier month. The state’s confirmed case tally stands at over 1,200 cases, of which greater than half the cases are at the moment lively. There have 19 deaths until now.
[Attribution Business Standard]