Kovid-19 deaths from break record in India; States apply lockdown

Kovid-19 deaths from break record in India;  States apply lockdown

India recorded the highest number of deaths on a single day by Kovid-19 this Saturday (8), in which cases are steadily increasing and the states adopted it Lockdown More rigid.

The Ministry of Health in India recorded 4,187 deaths in the last 24 hours, taking the total to around 240,000. The Institute for Health Metrics and Assessment estimates that India will have one lakh Kovid-19 deaths by August.

Cases increased to 401,078 on Saturday, 21.9 million since the onset of the epidemic.

Medical experts say that the exact number of cases and deaths from Kovid-19 should be very high in official counts.

The state of Tamil Nadu, known for its automotive factories such as BMW, Daimler (Hyundai, Ford, Nissan and Renault), said it would go from one Lockdown Full, partially closed public transport and liquor-selling state stores on Monday (10).

Neighboring Karnataka completely shut down on Friday night (7). The state capital, Bengaluru, is a major technology hub, home to companies such as Google, Amazon and Cisco.

India has not yet imposed a national blockade as it did during its first wave last year, but nearly half of all its states have imposed a total blockade. The rest is partially closed.

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