The total number of cases of the Kovid-19 outbreak in India has exceeded 30 million

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According to the statement from the Ministry of Health, 50 thousand 848 new cases have been detected in the past 24 hours, while 1358 people have died from the virus.

The number of cases had exceeded 100,000 on April 4, 200,000 on April 15, 300,000 on April 21 and over 400,000 on April 30.

The total number of cases in the country rose to 30 million 28 thousand 709 and the number of deaths to 390 thousand 660.

THE NUMBER OF CONCERNS EXCEEDS THE NUMBER OF NEW CASES

In the past 24 hours, 68,817 Kovid-19 patients have recovered in India. While the number of people cured has exceeded the number of new cases for more than a month, we see that the burden of the epidemic on the health system has partly lightened.

The treatment of 643 thousand 194 patients is still underway in the country.

THE APPLIED DOSE OF VACCINE APPROACHES 295 MILLION

In the vaccination campaign which began on January 16, 294 million 639 thousand 511 doses of vaccine have been administered so far.

In this country of 1.4 billion people, vaccination has not yet reached the level that will stop the epidemic.

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According to the “Worldometers” website, where Kovid-19 data are compiled, India stands out as the 2nd country with the most cases and the 3rd country with the highest number of deaths.

A “DELTA PLUS” VIRUS IS SEEN IN 22 PEOPLE IN THE COUNTRY

It has been reported that the “Delta Plus” variant of Kovid-19, which is formed by the mutation of the “Delta” variant that appeared in India, has been detected in 22 people.

Health Minister Rajesh Bhushan, in a statement, said the “Delta Plus” variant of the virus had been found in 22 people in the cities of Maharashtra, Kerala and Madhya Pradesh.

In the statement, it was stated that the Delta Plus variant, which appeared with the mutation of the Delta variant, had been observed in nine countries, including UK, US, Japan, Russia, India, Portugal, Switzerland, Nepal and China.

Experts have warned that the “Delta Plus” variant could trigger the third wave of the epidemic in the country.

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