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Corona increased tension! Cases rise after 210 days, death toll rising

New Delhi. The number of corona virus cases and deaths due to it in the country is increasing rapidly. On Saturday, 1890 new cases of corona virus have been reported, which is the highest in the last 210 days. If the cases of the last seven days are compared to the last seven days, then there has been an increase of 78 percent in the cases of corona virus, while during this period there has been an increase from 19 to 29 deaths. The cases of corona virus that surfaced on Saturday were the highest in the country since October 22 last year, when 1,988 new cases were registered.

78 percent increase in corona cases in last 7 days
According to the Times of India report, in the last seven days (March 19-25), 8,781 new cases of corona virus were registered in India, which is 78 percent more than 4,929 in the previous seven days. This equates to an 85% increase seen in the previous week. Let us inform that Kovid infection is increasing in the country for the last six weeks. Daily cases in the country are doubling in about eight days. The seven-day average of daily cases had risen to 1,254 by Saturday, compared to 626 eight days earlier (March 17).

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Corona cases also increased in Maharashtra
At the same time, for the second consecutive week, in the last seven days in Maharashtra, the maximum number of new cases were registered in the country. Between 19 and 25 March, 1,956 cases have been registered in Maharashtra. There were 1,165 cases from March 12 to March 19. Which is now 68 percent more. While the number of Covid cases has increased in most of the states. These include Haryana, Delhi, UP, Gujarat, Himachal and Goa.

153 new cases of corona in Delhi
On Sunday, 153 new cases of corona virus were registered in Delhi and during this period the infection rate increased to 9.13 percent. This information was received from the data shared by the Health Department. According to the Health Department data, 139 cases were registered in Delhi on Saturday with an infection rate of 4.98 percent. On Friday, 152 cases were registered with an infection rate of 6.66 percent, while on Thursday, 117 cases were registered with an infection rate of 4.95 percent. The national capital recorded cases in three digits last October.

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