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COVID19 Update India: Out of every 100, 13 are turning COVID positive, this sudden surge has a lot to consider: Know More

Coronavirus in the country is continuously worsening the situation. Within the last 24 hours, a record 2 lakh 16 thousand 642 people have been found infected in the country. This figure is the largest number of infections found in a single day since the onset of infection last year. During this period 1 lakh 17 thousand 825 people also recovered, while 1182 patients died.

The number of active cases in India has also crossed 1.5 million. Now there are 15 lakh 63 thousand 588 patients who are undergoing treatment. You can also guess the havoc of Corona in the country by the fact that 15 cities of India are included in the list of top-20 infected cities of the world. Pune is at the top of this list, while Mumbai is at number two. Alam is that in about 120 districts of the country, necessary facilities like beds, oxygen, ventilators have been inundated.

Coronavirus pandemic statistics in the country:

Total new cases came in last 24 hours: 2.16 lakh
Total deaths in last 24 hours: 1,182
Total recovered in last 24 hours: 1.17 lakh
Total infected so far: 1.42 crores
Till now healed: 1.25 Crore
Total deaths so far: 1.74 lakh
Total number of patients currently undergoing treatment: 15.63 Lakh

Most patients found in Maharashtra, UP, Delhi, Karnataka, Chhattisgarh, Madhya Pradesh:

On Thursday, Maharashtra recorded the highest number of 61,695 new patients in the country. Uttar Pradesh was at number two. 22,339 people were found infected here. Corona reports of 16,699 in Delhi, 15,256 in Chhattisgarh, 14,738 in Karnataka, and 10,166 in Madhya Pradesh came out positive.

Other Coronavirus updates:

In view of the increasing cases of Corona, the Central Government has deferred the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (Post Graduate Examination). This examination was to be held on 18 April. Its next date will be decided later. Earlier on Wednesday, CBSE postponed the class 12 examination.

The central government has closed all the museums, sites, and museums under the Archaeological Survey of India (ASI) till May 15.

After CBSE, now the 10th and 12th examinations of Uttar Pradesh, Jharkhand, Gujarat, and Haryana Board have also been postponed. Exams are likely to be held in Uttar Pradesh only after May 20. University examinations and classes here have also been postponed till May 15. All schools from class 1 to class 12 will also be closed till May 15.

According to the order issued by the Gujarat government, now after May 15, a new date sheet of the exam will be issued taking stock of the situation. The government has also decided to promote students from class 1 to 9th and 11th without exams.

The Haryana government has decided to promote the 10th class students without examination. The date sheet will be released later for the 12th student exam. Punjab government has announced to promote students of 5th, 8th, and 10th without examination.

Left parties have taken a good decision in West Bengal. Looking at the corona, the party has announced not to hold any major rally in the coming three-phase election. Party leaders said that now they will start a door-to-door campaign. Apart from this, online methods will also be promoted. This will prevent corona from spreading.

A student died on Wednesday night at the Quarantine Center on the campus of IIT-Roorkee. His test report came negative. A magisterial inquiry has been ordered into the matter. The 23-year-old MTech student was a resident of Chandigarh. Garhwal division commissioner Ravinath Raman said that the student’s RT-PCR test report had come negative recently. 89 students of IIT-Roorkee have been found to be Corona positive. After this, the authorities here have declared three buildings on the campus as a containment zone.

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