Coronavirus low speed in India, these are the statistics of the last 7 days

If you look at the data for the last seven days, on October 19, there were 55,722 cases of coronavirus in the country.

Coronavirus has been reported in more than 160 countries around the world, including India. So far, 4.226 crore people in the world have been infected with Kovid-19 and the virus has claimed the lives of more than 11.49 lakh patients. In India too (Coronavirus India Report), there are regular cases of Covid-19, but the good news is that the speed of Coronavirus has slowed down in the last few days. Where at one time there were about one lakh cases per day, now this number has halved.

Looking at the statistics of the last seven days, on October 19, there were 55,722 cases of corona in the country. There were 46,790 cases on October 20, 54,044 on October 21, 55,839 on October 22, 54,366 on October 23, 53,370 on October 24 and 50,129 till the morning of October 25. Also, corona mortality has decreased.

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Let us know that the number of infected corona in India has crossed 786 lakh. According to the data released by the Ministry of Health on Sunday morning, the number of cases of corona in the country has risen to 8,6464,611. In the last 24 hours (Saturday from 8 a.m. to 8 a.m. Sunday), 50,129 new cases of corona have been found. In the last 24 hours, 622,077 patients have been cured. During this time, 578 infected corona died.

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So far, a total of 70,78,123 patients have been cured of corona. 1,18,534 people died. The current number of corona cases is less than lakhs. This number has come down to 7 lakh lakhs for the first time since August 22. At present, there are 6868,154 active cases in the country. On October 24, 11,40,905 corona samples were tested. So far a total of 10,25,23,469 samples have been tested.

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