Coronavirus in India: The panic of Coronavirus has started increasing again in the country. After Maharashtra, cases of coronavirus have started increasing rapidly in other states as well. Talking about the last 24 hours, 28869 new patients have been exposed to the virus. This number is the highest so far this year, but it is the highest case in 94 days. At the same time, there has been a total of 187 deaths in 24 hours, which is the highest in 2 months. At present, the government is on alert amid rising cases of coronavirus in the country. Due to this, PM Modi has called a meeting with the Chief Ministers of the states on March 17.
Coronavirus status in India
Talking about India, in the last 24 hours, 28869 new cases of coronavirus have come and 187 deaths have taken place. In this way, the total cases of coronavirus in the country have increased to 11,438,464 and so far a total of 159,079 patients have died. The total recoverable cases are 11,043,377, while the active cases so far are 236,008. Before this, 26386 cases were seen on a single day of this year on Sunday.
PM convenes a meeting, will take a big decision!
Prime Minister Narendra Modi will today discuss the coronavirus with the Chief Ministers of states through virtual means. It is believed that in this meeting some decision can also be taken regarding the restrictions. Prior to this, PM Modi had a meeting with the CM before the vaccine program started. This meeting between the PM and the CM of the states will start at 12.30 pm. In this, the PM can review the vaccination program in the states and the steps being taken to prevent the coronavirus. Please tell that in some states, governments have decided to impose a complete or night curfew in major cities.
These districts are the most affected
There are 19 most affected districts in the country, where the maximum number of cases have been seen in the last 10 days. Of these, 15 districts are from Maharashtra alone. This information has been given by the Union Health Ministry. The most affected states are Maharashtra, Kerala, Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh and Tamil Nadu.
These districts are Pune, Nagpur, Mumbai, Thane, Nashik, Aurangabad, Jalgaon, Indore, Bengaluru Urban, Amravati, Ahmednagar, Chennai, Mumbai Suburban, Yavatmal, Akola, Buldhana, Nanded, Wardha and Jalandhar. Only three of the worst-case districts are from outside Maharashtra. These include Bangalore Urban in Karnataka, Indore in Madhya Pradesh and Chennai in Tamil Nadu.