INDIA Cases - 216,824, Deaths - 6,088
Global Cases - 6,567,260, Deaths - 387,911
In India Covid19 recovered or cured cases nears 1000 mark and no new case have been found in last 36 hours in Bihar, add some Good News amid Covid19 reports. As per reports Covid19 positive cases are increasing in India as testing has increased in various states at big level whereas on other hand good news have also started coming as no new case have reported in Bihar in last 36 hours as per data given by Govt of Bihar. Though so far hundreds of Doctors and Medical staff have also been found Coronavirus positive, but the recovered percentage is found more than the ratio of casualties in India.
In India the number of Coronavirus positive cases reached to 8447 on Sunday however no case has been found across Bihar in last 36 hours brought some cheers. In other report, the number of cured and recovered cases also stood near 1000, as HT reported.
Among other good news it’s also hinted that Central Government may give some relieve to some sectors on conditions as lockdown is set to extend beyond 14 April. States may split districts in zones as laid down by Haryana Chief Minister M L Khattar till lockdown ends. Amid of this reports have suggested that Central Government is planning on new experiments to give some relief to Agriculture and MSMEs amid lockdown.
According to MOHFW data it is also reported that the number of Coronavirus positive cases have started coming in big numbers in last few days specially in Maharashta, Delhi and Tamilnadu where hundreds of Hotspots and containment zones are declared. Amid all this several good news also found including Govts zonal protocol assessment amid lockdown, increase in recovered or cured cases across India.
Amid Covid19 outbreak and nationwide lockdown there is a figure that not many have paid attention to is that of the number of people who have recovered and are cured so far in from the highly Covid19 nears 1000. In India alone, over 1,000 people around the country are likely to be cured by 15 April, hinted statement, while across the globe at least 410,000 people have recovered so far.