Coronavirus virus outbreak: COVID-19 case in India crosses 4.25 lakhs; The death toll was 13,699

With coronavirus cases spreading rapidly in India, India now lags far behind the United States, Brazil, and Russia in terms of total confirmed cases. As such, it is the largest center of coronavirus epidemic in Asia and the fourth-worst affected country in the world.

More than 14,800 new cases were reported in the last 24 hours, with India's COVID-19 count crossing the 4.25 lakh mark on Monday, and the death toll also hit the 13,700 marks.

At 9:30 am today, the COVID-19 rally in the country reached 4,25,282 cases, including 1,74,387 active cases; 2,37,196 were cured, discharged or displaced patients and 13,699 died.

According to the Union Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, there have been 14,821 new COVID-19 cases and 445 deaths in the country in the last 24 hours. Yesterday, India found the largest spike in the country's COVID-19 list, with 15,000 cases in 24 hours.

Coronavirus continues to be a major outbreak in Maharashtra, where large-scale spikes have been observed in many cases recently. According to the Ministry of Health, Maharashtra has the highest number of COVID-19 infections with 1,32,075 positive cases and 6,170,000 cases.

Most notably, the country's financial capital has become the epicenter of Mumbai's statewide coronavirus, where the number of cases has crossed the 66,400 marks and topped the list with 3,600 deaths. At 9:30 am, the Kovid-19 rally in Mumbai claimed 66,488 cases and 3,671 deaths.

One of Mumbai's real challenges is controlling the infection in Asia's largest slum - a densely populated area.

There are 59,746 cases in Delhi after Maharashtra. With the recent rise in the number of cases, the country's capital, Tamil Nadu, has reached second place in the list.

Tamil Nadu is in the third position with 59,377 cases.

After the arrival of Tamil Nadu in Gujarat, COVID-19 statistics showed 27,317 cases, 19,357 patients recovered, and 1,664 deaths. Uttar Pradesh recorded 17,731 cases, of which 10,995 were cured and 550 patients died.

There have been 14,930 positive cases in Rajasthan so far, out of which 11,597 have recovered and 349 have lost their lives due to the virus. In West Bengal, 13,945 people confirmed COVID-19, of whom 8,297 were recovered and 555 died.

In Kerala, which reported the first COVID-19 case in the country, so far, 3,173 people have been found to be positive for coronavirus.

Earlier this week, Prime Minister Narendra Modi met with the chief ministers of all states to discuss ways to control the spread of the virus. He made it clear that the nationwide lockout would not be implemented again. In fact, the unlocking period has begun.

The central government still denies that community broadcasting is taking place in India.

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