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Coronavirus cases in India: India becomes second-worst affected country after the United States

coronavirus cases in India update

This is a frightening situation for India as each day coronavirus cases set a new record. India registered 1,68,912 cases in 24 hours. Coronavirus cases in India are increasing day by day.

Even the situation is not under control, the state government is taking preventive measures like night curfew, lockdown etc. But still, it is not helpful in controlling the virus.

There are 1.35 crore cases in the country. Even the death rate is increasing, the new death in 24 hours was 904 and the total death is 1,70,179.

India is the second most affected country

India is the second most affected country in the world. It has 1.35 crore coronavirus cases.

Maharashtra is the most affected state in India. As 63,294 cases were reported in the state in 24 hours and there were 349 deaths in the last 24 hours. Even some other states are reporting more cases of coronavirus, such as Karnataka, Karnataka, Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh, Delhi.

The situation may become more dangerous for the country. Even in Gujarat, 5469 new cases of coronavirus were reported in 24 hours.

If the cases continue to escalate like this, then the situation will become more dangerous for us.

A deadly wave of coronavirus is hitting a new record.

Even 50% of Supreme Court employees tested positive for the coronavirus. The cases will be executing from homes through video calls. The situation is worrying, even after the courtrooms are cleaned well.

The government banned the export of antiviral drug Remdesivir- Coronavirus cases in India

Even government of India banned the export of the drug Remdesivir and its medicine and its ingredients due to an increase in coronavirus cases in India. As India needs high demand of antiviral drugs to cure our patients.

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