The total number of patients infected with the corona virus has increased to 52,345 nationwide. Out of these, more than 33 thousand cases are active, 15 thousand people have become healthy so far or they have been discharged from the hospital. According to the latest information given by the state governments, 1702 people have died in the country so far.
Most of the new cases that have come up on Wednesday are infected with health workers and security personnel from urban areas. Apart from this, the authorities have spoken of high death rates in some states including West Bengal, Gujarat and Maharashtra.
However, with this, there has also been a relief news in Kerala that not a single new case of infection has emerged. On the other hand, more than 1200 cases were reported in Maharashtra on Wednesday, which is the highest number of cases reported in a day.
Let us know that the Union Health Ministry has stopped giving information related to increase in the number of coronation cases every evening from Wednesday. According to the information received from the state governments, PTI has informed that a total of 52345 people have died in the country so far, while 1702 people have died. At the same time, 15 thousand people have also recovered.
There have been 1233 newly infected cases in Maharashtra. This brings the number of patients to 16,758. At the same time, 34 patients died in one day. Also, the number of Corona positive in Mumbai has increased to 10,714.
Apart from this, Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh, West Bengal, Rajasthan, Delhi, Uttar Pradesh, Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu, Telangana, Karnataka and Punjab are the states most affected by the corona virus.
Kerala also has more than 500 corona cases, but not a single case has surfaced on Wednesday. According to state officials, due to the recovery of most people, only 30 active cases have been left in the state.
548 doctors and health workers infected
So far 548 doctors, nurses and paramedics have been infected in hospitals across the country. This does not include ward boys, sweepers, security guards, lab assistants, attendants, laundry and kitchen staff. There are 69 doctors, 274 nurses and paramedics in Delhi.