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India reports 4,01,993 new #COVID19 cases, 3523 deaths in the last 24 hours Total cases: 1,91,64,969 Total recoveries: 1,56,84,406 Death toll: 2,11,853 Active cases: 32,68,710 (Union Health Ministry )

New Delhi: 

India’s coronavirus cases may peak between May 3 and 5, according to a mathematical model of a team of scientists advising the government, a few days earlier than a previous estimate as the virus has spread faster than expected.

The country has reported more than 3 lakh new infections daily for nine consecutive days, hitting another global record of 3.86 lakh today.

The surge has led to a public health crisis in the country, forcing the government to seek oxygen, medicines and other essentials from countries around the world.

Coronavirus | India becomes first country in the world to report over 4 lakh new cases on April 30, 2021

With 4,08,323 new COVID-19 cases recorded until 11 p.m. on April 30, India became the first country in the world to register over 4 lakh infections in a single day. As many as 3,464 new deaths were also reported on the day.

Maharashtra reported 62,919 infections, followed by Karnataka (48,296), and Kerala (37,199). Maharashtra also recorded 828 casualties, followed by Delhi (375) and Uttar Pradesh (332). The country has so far reported a total of 1,91,63,488 cases and 2,11,778 deaths.

India COVID: 19,164,969 Cases and 211,853 Deaths – Worldometer – https://www.worldometers.info/coronavirus/country/india/


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