India’s COVID-19 tally rise to 4.6 million after 97,570 new cases in last 24 hours
New Delhi [India], September 12 (ANI): With 97,570 fresh COVID-19 cases reported in India– the highest spike in new cases in the last 24 hours — the national coronavirus cases tally has gone beyond the 46 lakh mark, the central government said on Saturday.
With this latest spike, the count stands at 46,59,985 of which, there are a total of 9,58,316 active cases while 36,24,197 patients have been cured/discharged/migrated from the disease, the Union health ministry said.
The current death toll due to coronavirus in the country rose to 77,472 after 1,201 deaths due to COVID-19 were reported in the last 24 hours.
Maharashtra continues to be the worst affected state from the infection with 2,61,798 active cases and 28,282 deaths due to COVID-19 while Andhra Pradesh in the second position has a total of 97,338 active cases and 4,702 fatalities.
Tamil Nadu has a total of 48,482 active cases and 8,154 deaths due to COVID-19. Karnataka, on the other hand, has 1,01,556 active cases and 6,937 deaths.
Delhi has a total of 25, 416 active cases, and 4,666 fatalities from the virus.
Over three-fourth of reported COVID-19 cases in India have either recovered or been discharged, the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare (MoHFW) said on Saturday. In a tweet, Union Heath Ministry shared a picture that showed the country’s recovery rate at 77.65 per cent while the percentage of active cases stands at 20.7 per cent.
“The gap between the percentage of Recovered Cases and percentage of Active Cases progressively growing wide. More than 3/4 of total cases (more than 36L) recovered & discharged,” the tweet also read.
As per the latest updates, the global coronavirus count stands at 28,331,928 and 913,018 fatalities, according to Johns Hopkins University’s latest update. The US continues to be the worst affected country from the virus with 6,443,227 cases and 192,968 deaths while India continues to be the second-worst affected country from the virus, after Brazil, Johns Hopkins University added further.