August 15, 2022

Coronavirus third wave | Coronavirus Cases In India: Has the third wave of coronavirus finally arrived?

There has been a consistent rise in the COVID-19 cases in the past eight days. But the numbers grew by nine times from January 1. The rise in the cases was due to higher testing on the previous day following a drop on Sunday. As per data, Maharashtra is the worst-hit state with more than 18, 466 new confirmed cases, followed by West Bengal with 9,073 and New Delhi with 5,481 cases. Kerala and Tamil Nadu also make it to fourth and fifth place with 3,640 and 2,731 new confirmed cases respectively. Not only this, there has been a slight rise in death rates from the virus in the past week. Total 112 deaths were reported on Tuesday. The cases of infection have also doubled in Punjab, Bihar, Haryana, Jharkhand and Telangana. India registered close to 60,000 cases on March 25, 2021, which was the beginning of the second wave of coronavirus. The highest confirmed new cases during the second wave was registered on May 6 2021

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