Coronavirus Update: Including the new figures, so far 3 crores 33 lakh 16 thousand 755 patients have been identified in the country. At the same time, a total of 4 lakh 43 thousand 497 patients have lost their lives in the epidemic. Recently figures were revealed, which were indicating that corona is increasing in children below the age of 10 years.
New Delhi. The graph of coronavirus infection in India has increased once again. In the last 24 hours, 27 thousand 176 patients were found in the country and 284 infected people died. At present, treatment of 3 lakh 51 thousand 87 patients is going on. By including the new figures, so far 3 crores 33 lakh 16 thousand 755 patients have been identified in the country. At the same time, a total of 4 lakh 43 thousand 497 patients have lost their lives in the epidemic. Recently figures were revealed, which were indicating that corona is increasing in children below the age of 10 years.
3530 new cases of Covid-19 in Maharashtra, 52 deaths
In Maharashtra, 3,530 new cases of Kovid-19 were reported on Tuesday while 52 more patients died. With this, the total number of infected people in the state has increased to 65,04,147, out of which 1,38,221 patients have died. Health department officials gave this information. At the same time, 11 new cases of infection came in the neighboring state of Gujarat on Tuesday. However, no death was recorded.
The Health Department of Maharashtra said that during the last 24 hours, 3,685 patients were discharged from the hospital after recovery, including 63,12,706 patients who have defeated the epidemic so far. He said that at present 47,671 patients are under treatment in the state. At the same time, 2,96,176 people are in home segregation while 1875 are in institutional segregation. The official said that the recovery rate of patients in Maharashtra is 97.06 percent and the death rate is 2.12 percent.
38 new cases of Kovid-19 were reported in Delhi, no deaths
. No death was reported from Covid-19 in the national capital on Tuesday while 38 more people were confirmed to be infected. The infection rate (infected in proportion to the total samples tested) in Delhi was 0.05 percent. This information came from the data shared by the Health Department. Delhi had the lowest number of 17 infection cases since March 28 last year on Monday and no deaths were recorded while the infection rate stood at 0.04 percent. So far this month, only one person has died of Kovid-19 in the national capital.
According to the daily bulletin issued by the Health Department, the total number of people infected so far in Delhi with new cases has increased to 14,38,288, out of which 14.12 lakh patients have become infection-free and 25,083 people have lost their lives.
Corona continues to wreak havoc
in Kerala After 15,876 new cases of coronavirus infection were reported in Kerala on Tuesday, the total number of infected people increased to 44,06,365. During the first week of September, about 30 thousand or more cases of infection were being reported daily in the state, but after that, the infection has decreased. A state government release said that the total number of patients under treatment is 1,98,865. Since Monday, 25,654 people have recovered from the infection, after which the total number of people who have been cured has increased to 41,84,158.
It has been said in the release that 129 patients have died in the last 24 hours, after which the total number of dead has increased to 22,779. After testing 1,05,005 samples in the last 24 hours, the infection rate stood at 15.12 percent.
Scheme of Financial Assistance to Children Losing Parents Due to Covid-19. The official said that a proposal in this regard may go to the cabinet for approval in the next few weeks.
The official said that the Ministry of Women and Child Development has proposed that the monthly assistance is given to children who lost their parents to the pandemic be increased from Rs 2,000 to Rs 4,000. The government had announced in May that children whose parents or legal guardians/adoptive parents have lost their lives due to COVID-19 will be given assistance under the 'PM-Cares for Children' scheme.