Kovid-19: India has over 60,000 infections again in just 24 hours

Kovid-19: India has over 60,000 infections again in just 24 hours

According to the balance carried out by the French agency AFP, the Kovid-19 epidemic caused at least 2,777,761 deaths worldwide, causing more than 126.6 million cases of infection.

India

India has recorded 291 deaths in the last 24 hours, affecting the state of Maharashtra the most.

It is the third consecutive day in which the country has more than 60 thousand daily infections, confirming the rising curve of the epidemic and reaching the worst record since October of last year.

The increase was mainly seen in the state of Maharashtra, which accounts for more than half of the cases in recent weeks. In the last 24 hours alone, the state, whose capital is Bombay, diagnosed 40,414 cases (59% of the total).

Indian authorities are concerned about the possibility of further increase in transition during the festival of Holi, known as the festival of colors, which signifies the arrival of spring.

Since the onset of the epidemic, India has accounted for more than 12 million cases of Kovid-19 (12,039,644), the third country in the world with more infections, behind the United States and Brazil.

America

According to independent calculations by the American university Johns Hopkins, the US has added another 486 deaths in the last 24 hours, in addition to 41,534 new cases.

After a new peak of contagion, in which thousands of daily cases were reported, the daily infection register stabilized at around 50 thousand, but the country is most affected by the epidemic, with 549,299 deaths and 30,254.378 cases of the disease. .

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Looking at the numbers, Anthony Fauci, the White House adviser to fight the epidemic, said on Sunday that measures to curb the virus have led to the recent increase of contagion due to “premature relief”.

Mexico

Mexico recorded 194 deaths due to the disease Kovid-19 and 1783 cases in the last 24 hours, Mexican authorities (567 deaths the previous day, and more than 4900 cases).

The information was released during a daily press conference on the state of the epidemic in the country, hours after the publication of a report in which the Mexican government acknowledged that the total number of deaths from the disease could be around 300 thousand, 100 thousand more deaths. in comparison.

Since the onset of the epidemic, the country has confirmed 201,623 deaths and 2,226,550 people as Kovid-19.

Mexico is the third country in the world with the highest number of deaths due to Kovid-19, behind the United States and Brazil, ranking 14th in total deaths in the world, according to an independent census by North American University Johns Hopkins.

Australia

In the state of Australia’s third-largest city, Brisbane, Queensland – with around 2.5 million residents – a three-day term of imprisonment to prevent a community outbreak of Kovid-19 begins Monday, officials announced.

According to Annastasia Palazczuk, an official of that state’s government, health officials identified four new cases of community transmission of variants found in December in the United Kingdom that were considered highly contagious, who decided to call for a collision to identify contacts did. Infected.

The current outbreak began three weeks ago, when a doctor at a hospital in the Queensland capital contracted the disease, after treating a patient with Kovid-19 from abroad.

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According to official figures, the state currently has 73 active cases, the most commonly diagnosed among international travelers.

Since the onset of the epidemic, 29,259 cases of Kovid-19 and 909 deaths have been reported in Australia, according to independent calculations by the American university Johns Hopkins.

The country is considered one of the most effective in the world in the fight against the epidemic.

In update

Cory Weinberg

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