The second wave of corona in the country was very fatal.(Photo by Tauseef mustafa / AFP)
Coronavirus In India: There is a decline in corona cases in India in June. However, the number of deaths is still a cause for concern.
New Delhi. The second wave of Coronavirus In India in the country was more deadly than the limit. In the second wave of Corona, the number of dead (Covid-19 Deaths) in India has crossed 2 lakhs and so far 3,59,676 people have died. Nearly 2,000 people have died in the second wave every day. Corona virus infection is the cause of three out of every five deaths since the pandemic in the year 2020. So far, only about 57 percent of the deaths due to Kovid are from the second wave. If we look at the deaths due to corona globally, there have been 2.25 lakh deaths in 102 days in Brazil and 82,738 people have died in America since March 1. So far, about 6.1 lakh people have lost their lives here due to Kovid, which is the highest in the whole world.
However, there is a decline in corona cases in India in June. However, the number of deaths is still a cause for concern. In the first week of June, 16,300 people died. In the last two days alone, 5,873 deaths have been added. Out of this, 3,951 is from Bihar alone. With this, 779 deaths were revised in Uttarakhand.
The more clarity there is in the data, the more it will help
On reports that 11,000 cases of Kovid deaths in Maharashtra were not recorded in the death toll from Kovid-19, State Health Minister Rajesh Tope said, ‘There are private and government hospitals of Kovid-19 in the district. In government hospitals, the death toll due to corona virus is updated regularly, while the data of private hospitals gets delayed and hence there is a disparity in the number of cases. All private hospitals have been asked to give regular list of death cases from Kovid-19. Experts also believe that the more clarity there is in the data, the more it will help in controlling the situation.
On the other hand, if we talk about the cases of corona, there has also been a decrease in the daily cases in India. Of the total confirmed cases in India so far, only 62 percent belong to the second wave. So far 2.29 crore cases have been confirmed in India. At the same time, since March 1 in America, 65.7 lakh cases have been found in Brazil and in America 48.7 lakh cases have been found in America.