Daily increase in Covid-19 cases in India reaches record level

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According to the “Worldometers” site, where Covid-19 data was compiled, 82,860 new Covid-19 cases detected in India on September 2 and 84,156 new Covid-19 cases on September 3 were “the highest increase in a single country to date”.

Before that, 78,619 cases recorded in the USA on July 24, were the highest daily increase seen in a single country.

CLOSE TO DOUBLE INCREASE OF COUNTRIES WITH HIGHEST DAILY CASE

While there were 84 thousand cases in India on September 3, 44 thousand 728 new cases were detected in Brazil, one of the countries with the highest daily increase, and 44 thousand 507 in the USA.

The increase in cases in the country has almost doubled in these two countries most affected by the epidemic.

HAS NOT YET SEEN THE “TOP POINT”

On the other hand, India, among the top 20 countries in the world with the highest number of cases, is the only country that has not seen the “peak” where the daily number reached the highest level and failed to move down or horizontal.

The number of cases is constantly increasing in the country since the beginning of the epidemic.

class=”cf”>The first Covid-19 case was detected in India on January 30, the first death from the virus occurred on March 12. The curfew across the country on 24 March was extended until 30 May. On May 30, it was decided to apply the ban partially until June 30, limited to some isolation zones.

The end of the general curfew and the relaxation of quarantine measures have changed the spread of the virus since the beginning of June.

In the country, the number of new cases exceeding 8 thousand on May 29, 10 thousand on 6 June, 25 thousand on 10 July, 50 thousand on 30 July, 60 thousand on 7 August, 70 thousand on 22 August and 2 September It went over 80 thousand in.

While 3 million 940 thousand 131 cases have been detected in India to date, 68 thousand 598 people died due to the virus. While 3 million 37 thousand 151 infected people have recovered, 834 thousand 382 patients are still under treatment or medical supervision.

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