At 46,328, fresh Covid cases in India at nine-day high
Fresh Covid-19 cases spiked to new peaks in two states on Friday - the first time in November that any state reported its highest-ever single-day count - even as the day's tally of new infections nationally rose to a nine-day high.
India reported 46,328 fresh cases on Friday, the highest since November 11, as the trend of rising cases continued for the fifth day running. The day's death toll was 563, staying above 550 for the third day although the number had reduced from Thursday's high of 589.
For the second time within the last seven days, active cases in the country did not register a decline on Friday, another sign that the pandemic could be rising again. The count of active cases remained unmoved at 4,45,804 on Friday while it had increased by 346 last Saturday (November 14).
Across north and central India, there were signs that the Covid-19 pandemic was surging again post-Diwali. While Haryana (3,104 fresh cases) reported more than 3,000 cases in a day for the first time, Rajasthan too reported its highest ever addition of 2,762 infections. Uttar Pradesh recorded 2,858 fresh cases, the highest since October 17 while Gujarat it's highest single-day addition of cases since September 25 af 1,420. in Madhya Pradesh, 1,528 infections were detected on Friday, the highest number since October 14.
Delhi, however, saw the daily count of cases reduced from 7,546 on Thursday to 6,608. The capital, however, reported a surge in deaths with 118 patients succumbing to the virus in the last 24 hours. For the second day in a row, Maharashtra added more than 5,500 cases of Covid-19 on Friday, with the 5,640 new cases.
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Sorry to say that most of people in our country are impatient and like to take unnecessary risk. This is foolishness. We can’t expect Modi jee to come and teach everyone individually. Government is trying it’s best to control the situation. We should also do our part by keeping us and our loved one safe.
Shankara Rao T S
There is no point in blaming any go nment. People should blame themselves for the increase since they care too hoots to any advisory from go nment. Anyway after Diwali festivities, significant raise in cases were expected since people didn't follow safety protocols !!
As anticipated by the experts, the numbers are increasing after the festive season.
Beware and be alert folks ..These are not an OFFICIAL figures . The numbers are being under reported by not testing enough .
For indians diwali elections chat pooka are more important than heaith. BJP was after Maharashtra go nment to open temples and see the reasults.
46000 in whole of india...complete false figures
Who believes these figures? Now covid figures at all levels in India are all tutored figures to suit political agenda; the number of tests and the intensity of contact tracing have all come down heavily
Lockdown at 300 cases and nothing now. Is this how you fight Covid 19?
Corona started rising again due to Congress supported farmer protests.
ppl shld start behav8ng responsibly ... or face another set of lockdowns soon
The only one
Real figures must be 10 times higher than reported..
Cases coming down: Modi ji is a superb PM
Cases rising: Dont blame PM. People are fools.
This rise has nothing to do with Diwali, The Government has not been testing Hot Spots adequately from the start for fear of increasing the number of Registered cases. This has resulted in Infection spreading unchecked by Tests.
Delhites are once again proving they are the worst citizens of this country. Both because of their discipline and also the fact that they elected an idiot as their chief minister.
Many people in the country do not even know what is corona and what it can do. hence cases load will increase especially in Delhi. Mismanagement by kejruddin is the main factor.
Don't get panicked. Stay safe. Fatalities are low in percentage.
The situation in Delhi is more worrisome as it is the national capital and cases spiked more than 10000
While the active cases are on the rise in North India , the central, South and East India seeing fall in cases