Record 8,380 COVID-19 Cases In The Last 24 Hours, Death Toll Over 5,000

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Record 8,380 COVID-19 Cases In The Last 24 Hours,
Coronavirus has broken all previous records in the country and the death toll has crossed the 5,000 mark. According to the latest data from the Ministry of Health, in the last 24 hours, 8,380 COVID-19 cases have surfaced while 193 people have died. 

After the latest figures, the total number of infected patients has increased to 1,82,143 whereas the death toll has spiked to 5,164.

India is at the ninth position in the corona patients' world table but the infection here is spreading faster than other countries. Now Germany has only one thousand patients more than India and France has six thousand more. Apart from this, the number of active patients in India has reached 90 thousand while in France the active patients are 91,586.

Meanwhile, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has addressed the countrymen in his radio program Mann Ki Baat. He reminded that when he last spoke on Mann Ki Baat, passenger trains, buses, air services were closed, but now most restrictions have been lifted. Shramik Special, other special trains, and air services have started.

He once again reiterated that unlike other countries, India has been successful to a great extent in preventing the corona infection. 'When we look at other countries, then we realize our achievements. Our population is manifold compared to other countries and the challenges are different but in spite of this, the coronavirus did not spread as fast as other countries. The fatality rate is also notably low.' PM Modi said.

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