New Delhi (folklore). The national average corona mortality rate has stabilized at 1.6464 percent, with 1,054 deaths due to coronavirus (Covid-19) infection nationwide in the last 24 hours.
According to data released by the Union Ministry of Health and Family Welfare on Tuesday, 1,054 people across the country were infected with corona on September 14, bringing the death toll from the infection to 60,7766 so far. .
According to data released by the ministry today, the corona mortality rate in Punjab is 3.0.3 per cent. Gujarat has a mortality rate of 2.8 per cent, Maharashtra 2.6 per cent, Delhi 2.2 per cent, Madhya Pradesh 2.0 per cent, West Bengal 1.9 per cent, Jammu and Kashmir 1.6 per cent, Tamil Nadu 1.7 per cent and Karnataka. , 1 in Uttar Pradesh. Pradesh percent. Rajasthan 1.4 per cent, Haryana 0.2 per cent, Haryana 0.0 per cent, Jharkhand 0.9 per cent, Andhra Pradesh 0.9 per cent, Telangana 0.6 per cent, Bihar 0.0 per cent, Orissa 0.4 per cent, 0.4 percent in Kerala and 0 in Assam. 0.3 percent.
On September 15, Maharashtra had the highest number of 333 coronavirus deaths. In addition, 119 died of coronary heart disease in Karnataka, 687 in Punjab, 68 in Uttar Pradesh, 2 in Andhra Pradesh, 0, 58 in West Bengal, 53 in Tamil Nadu, 29 in Madhya Pradesh, 26 in Delhi and 25 in Haryana.
Dadar-Nagar Haveli and Daman-Diu, Manipur and Nagaland have not been hit by any corona in the last 24 hours. Mizoram is the only state in the country where no corona-related death has been recorded so far. No one in Lakshadweep has been affected by the corona yet.
Of the total deaths so far due to corona infection, about 699 per cent in the five states of the country – Maharashtra (337.01 per cent), Tamil Nadu (10.44 per cent), Karnataka (9.14 per cent) and Andhra Pradesh (6.1 per cent), the ministry said. cent per cent) and Delhi (5.91 per cent).
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