Although the corona virus has been rampant in India since March, it still showed its worst form in July. In July alone, more than 1.1 million people were infected with the coronavirus. At the same time, the total number of coronaviruses has exceeded 1.6 million. On Friday, Corona broke all records in India so far and more than 55,000 cases were recorded in a single day. Thus, as of July 31, 11.1 million positive cases of the coronavirus had been detected in July and 19,122 people had died.
Compared to the previous month’s figures, there were about 2.6 times more cases in July and 1. Double death has been reported. Let us know that about 4 lakh corona cases were filed in June last month and 1198 deaths were recorded. Today, with more than 57,000 corona infested on Saturday, it can be assumed that the corona will result in more devastation.
The speed of the virus has reached alarming proportions, breaking all records of Corona so far, with 55,000 cases and 9799 deaths in 24 hours
In fact, as the days of the corona virus epidemic draw closer, its incidence is becoming more alarming. In the first two weeks of July, about .3.3 lakh corona cases were registered. That is, the rate of infection in the first two weeks of the month was slightly lower than in the previous two weeks. It should be noted that the corona peak has not yet reached India, experts claim.
The total number of Kovid-19 patients reached 1 lakh on Friday after the highest number of patients with Covid-19 was 55,0786 on Friday. Just two days ago, there were 1.5 million infectious diseases in the country. According to the Union Ministry of Health, the number of healthy people has also increased to 10,57,805
The death toll from the corona virus in the country has risen to 36,511. India ranks fifth in the world in coronavirus deaths. There are now only four countries left than India, including the United States, Brazil, Britain and Mexico. The coronavirus has killed 156,747 people in the United States, 46,119 in Britain, 92,568 in Brazil and 46,688 in Mexico.