Coronavirus India Update: 10% increase in Covid-19 cases in India, Maharashtra increases risk

Publish Date: 11 Jun, 2022 |
 

Coronavirus India update: While the world keeps on forgetting that the devastating  Coronavirus pandemic wave is still not over, the recent increment in Corona cases in the country has raised the concerns whereas the number shown in the latest figure is quite alarming. The Corona outbreak has resurfaced in India and this time on an alarming level.  There have been in total 8,329 new cases of corona recorded in the last 24 hours, which is 9.8% bigger compared to the figure on Friday. At the same time, 10 persons have died as a direct result of corona in the  time span of 1 day, bringing the total death toll to 5,24,757. The recovery rate in India is now stands at 98.69 percent


Maharashtra reports most no. of new coronavirus cases

According to the data, five states accounted for 84.08 percent of new cases, with Maharashtra accounting for 36.99 percent alone of all the cases.In the previous 24 hours, 3081 instances have been reported in Maharashtra, 2415 cases have been reported in Kerala, and 655 cases have been reported in Delhi. In Karnataka, 525 cases have been confirmed, and 327 new cases of covid-19 have been recorded in Haryana. Maharashtra is the state that is wreaking the most havoc in the country. On June 7, a woman in Maharashtra was diagnosed with a BA point five variation.


Omicron subvariant BA.4 & 5 increases threat in India

The number of patients suffering from BA.5 in the state has begun to resurface. Before that on May 28, four patients suffering from BA.4 and three patients suffering from BA. 5 surfaced in Maharashtra.

The Omicron sub-variant BA.4 & 5 is believed to be responsible for the rapid influx of new corona cases into the country. The central government is also on high alert due to the rising number of  cases. As per the health department official  'For the past four months, the infection has been diminishing, but new instances have been growing for the past two weeks.'


 

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