The number of corona patients in the country is increasing day by day. In the last 24 hours, 4,257 new patients have been found. This month, the number of forensic doctors exceeded 4,000. Even on June 2, the report of 4,041 people in the country was positive.
On Saturday, 15 crore of patients died and 2612 patients were cured. At present, Rs 22,691 crore is under treatment. So far, 4.31 million people have been infected with coronavirus in the country. Of this, 4.26 million people have been cured and 5.24 lakh people have died.
10 crore of patients infected per 100 tests in Kerala
Kerala has the highest number of corona sufferers. On Saturday, 1,456 new cases of coronary heart disease were detected in Kerala. 7 patients have died. At present, 7427 crore of patients are under treatment in Kerala. For every 100 tests, it is found to be 10 million rupees. As a result, Kerala’s coronation rate reached 9.87 percent.
Maharashtra ranks second in terms of new patients
Maharashtra, which has the highest number of corona patients in the country, has once again witnessed an increase in the rate of infection. 1,357 new patients were found in the state on Saturday. 595 patients have been cured and one coronary patient has died. 5,888 patients are currently undergoing treatment. Given the growing popularity of corona, the state is expected to resort to masking once again.
Corona under control in Delhi
A total of 405 corona patients were found in Delhi on Saturday. Fortunately, the epidemic did not kill. Currently, 1,467 patients are being treated in Delhi. Last month, more than 1,500 new coroners were registered in Delhi. More than 19 lakh people have been infected with coronavirus in Delhi so far. 26 thousand 212 people have lost their lives. The coroner’s rate in the capital is 2.07 percent.
Corbevax booster dose approved
The CORBEVAX vaccine has been approved by the Drug Controller General of India (DCGI) as a corona booster dose. People over the age of 18 who have taken doses of CovaShield or Covaxin can now take CORBEVAX as a booster dose in an emergency.