On Tuesday, India recorded the highest daily recoveries of 28,472 in the last 24 hours. With this, the total number of recoveries has reached to 7,53,049.
The number of coronavirus cases in the country is close to reaching 12 lakhs. The current toll is at 11,95,652 with 37,000 cases reported in the last 24 hours. This is good news for the government which is trying to stop the spread. The recoveries should cross the number of confirmed cases in order for the pandemic to steep down.
The state of Maharashtra continues to be the worst affected state with over 3 lakh cases. With 3,27,031 cases, Maharashtra has 1,32,236 active cases and 1,82,217 recoveries. The death toll in the state is at 12,276. The state of Tamil Nadu is a far second to Maharashtra with 1,80,643 confirmed cases with 51,347 active cases. The recoveries in the state have crossed 1.25 lakh. The death toll is remarkably low for the state with 2,626 COVID deaths.
Delhi On Its Path To Recovery
The state of Delhi which is on its way to recovery is at the third place with 1,25,096 and currently has only 15,288 active cases. The state has over 1 lakh recovery with over 3,000 deaths. The state of Karnataka has off late been one of the biggest contributors to the daily increase of the nation. The state has 71,000 cases with only 25,000 recoveries.
At the start of June, the Delhi government was facing the worst situation of the pandemic as the number of cases in the city was predicted to be over 5.5 lakh by the end of July. At the end of July, the number is far lesser than that.
The Delhi government can breathe a sigh of relief as the COVID-19 tally in the city is far lesser than the predicted 5.5 lakh. It currently has over 1.23 lakh confirmed cases of the novel coronavirus. In another good news for the state government and the citizens of Delhi, for the first time since June 1st, the number of fresh cases have gone below the 1000 mark. On Monday, the number of new cases in Delhi was 954. On June 1st, it recorded 990 cases after which over 1000 cases were reported every day.