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COVID-19 India Updates- Coronavirus cases jumps 15,000, Death toll crosses 500 mark

On Sunday the Covid19 cases in India crossed 15,000 mark with more than 500 casualities due to pandemic. Cronoavirus cases has reached at 15,712, as informed by Ministry of Health and Family Welfare said today. Out of these cases,12,974 cases are active and 2,231 people have been cured and 507 have been died due to covid-19. Minister of Health and Family Welfare said that Maharastra is continuously worst affected state with 3,651 cases in which 365 patients have recovered and 211 deaths have been reported as of now.

After Maharashtra, Delhi stands at second position in terms of corona virus positive cases. In Delhi 1,893 cases have been found including 186 cases from yesterday  while 72 patients recovered and 42 have died of covid-19. Delhi’s Health Minister Satyendra Jain said to media that they have got 42,000 rapid testing kit and a trial run being done at LNJP Hospital in Delhi. Minister marks that the target is to perform 42,000 tests In duration. 

In Tamil Nadu out of 1,372 cases 365 have recovered and 15 have succumbed by the virus. Rajasthan has found confirmed 1,351 cases out of which 183 have recovered 11 patients are reported dead. In Madhya Predesh 1,407 cases are reported while 127 patients have recovered while 17 deaths have been recoreded. On the other hand Uttar Pradesh  has 805 corona positive cases. Whereas Kerala which has reported country’s first covid-19 case has reported cases until now.  

In India cases of covid-19 are increasing at rapid speed. According to ICMR india is still  not entered in the  third stage of the covid-19 which is Community transmission it’s a relief  for country like india where health infrastructure is not what is needed to fight a pandemic.

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India ranks 145 in Healthcare access and quality (HAQ) index published in 2018 by global burden disease study. India’s rank is worse than its neighbouring countries like Bangladesh and Bhutan, report said.