Coronavirus India Update: Danger of Covid 4th wave in India, 12 thousand cases, tension in Maharashtra, Delhi

Publish Date: 16 Jun, 2022 |

Will the fourth wave come to the country? In view of the increasing cases of coronavirus, alarm bells are starting to sound in the country, as well as there are signs of the fourth wave coming. Today the figure has crossed 12 thousand. This figure has been crossed for the first time in about 109 days since 26 February.

Situation in Maharashtra and Delhi

Maharashtra has registered a 36% increase in the number of cases in a day. At the same time, in Delhi also the positivity rate has crossed 7 percent. Sometimes the cases are decreasing and then suddenly they start increasing. Experts have different opinions about what is the reason behind this.

Dr K Srinath Reddy of Public Health Foundation of India (PHFI) says that the ups and downs in corona cases continue. Omicron variants infect very rapidly. Fluctuations in Corona cases are going on not only in India but all over the world. However, it is a matter of relief that people are not falling seriously ill due to this variant. Srinath Reddy says that we have to be careful and other variants do not appear anywhere.

Numbers of cases registered

According to the data of June 16, 12,213 new corona cases have been reported in the last 24 hours. So at the same time, 11 people have also died due to corona infection. In the last one day, 7,624 people have been discharged from the hospital due to Kovid-19. The number of active cases in the country is 58,215. The total death toll from Corona in the country is more than 5.24 lakh. The total number of recovery cases in the country is 4,26,74,712 and the total number of corona has exceeded 4.32 crore. At the same time, the figure of vaccination is more than 1,95,67,37,014 crores.


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