Corona: Be careful! Corona spreading rapidly in these districts of the country, 843 new cases in 24 hours, four people died – न्यूज़लीड India

Corona: Be careful! Corona spreading rapidly in these districts of the country, 843 new cases in 24 hours, four people died

Corona: Be careful!  Corona spreading rapidly in these districts of the country, 843 new cases in 24 hours, four people died

Covid Cases In India: More than 800 cases of Covid have been registered in the country in 24 hours which is the highest after four months. During this four people died. The fast pace of the deadly virus has started scaring people.


oi-Sanjeev Kumar

Updated: Saturday, March 18, 2023, 17:03 [IST]

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Corona Cases In India

Corona Cases In India: Once again Coronavirus has started scaring people in the country. In the last 24 hours, 843 new cases have been reported and four people have died. At the same time, active cases have also increased to 5,389. That is, since the beginning of the epidemic, 4.46 crore people have been infected with Corona. The sudden increase in the cases of corona has started scaring people once again. On behalf of the government, people are being asked to be alert.

Let us explain to you in which districts of the country the effect of corona is maximum…

Corona caught pace in 9 districts of the country
The corona infection rate has reached 10 percent or more in 9 districts of the country. According to the data from March 8 to 14, Pithoragarh in Uttarakhand has the highest corona infection rate of 25 percent. The districts that follow are Mizoram capital Aizawl (16.67 per cent), Himachal Pradesh’s Shimla (14.29 per cent), Mandi (13 per cent), Solan (12.50 per cent) and Gujarat’s Gir and Somnath (11.76 per cent). On the other hand, talking about Noida, 19 cases have been registered here in the last 24 hours. On the other hand, if we talk about the national capital Delhi, 47 cases have been reported here in a single day.

Alert in these states of the country
Corona Cases In India: In view of the increasing cases of Corona, the Union Health Ministry has issued a Coronavirus alert for six states of the country. These states include Maharashtra, Karnataka, Telangana, Gujarat, Kerala and Tamil Nadu. Instructions have been given to keep an eye on the situation in terms of prevention and infection.

Corona cases increased six times in the last 30 days in the country
On an average, the daily new cases of Covid in the country have increased six times in a month. Average daily new cases were 112 a month ago i.e. on 18th February, whereas today i.e. on 18th March it has reached 843. If active cases are removed from the figures of the infected so far, then it is 0.01 percent. However, it is a matter of relief that the number of people recovering from infection is 98.80 percent.

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