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Sunday, 24 May 2020

India Corona update date 24-5-2020

A record 6,663 cases were registered in a single day yesterday

  • In Delhi, prisoners above the age of 60 will get emergency parole
  • First case of corona infection reported in Sikkim, report of student returning from Delhi comes positive
  • In Maharashtra, the number of corona patients rose to 47,190 and the death toll to 1,577

The number of corona infections in the country has reached 1 lakh 32 thousand 753. Maharashtra has the highest number of cases. More than 47,000 are infected here. It is followed by Tamil Nadu, Gujarat, Delhi, Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh, West Bengal, Andhra Pradesh and Bihar. However, the highest testing is taking place in Delhi and the lowest testing is taking place in Delhi. 

In Delhi, 8330 people per 10 lakh population and only 512 people in Bihar are examined daily. As many as 29 lakh 23 thousand 421 samples have been tested in the country till 9 am on Sunday. More than one lakh samples are being tested every day in the country since May 19.

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The country is also fighting against the corona and we also have to participate in it so if you stay at home the corona virus will not spread

A total of 79 crore positive cases have been reported in Rajkot Municipal Corporation area till date. Out of which 62 persons have been discharged from the hospital earlier. 

While today 11 more patients have been discharged from the hospital. Currently 5 crore positive individuals are undergoing treatment at the hospital. 

While out of 68 samples taken in Rajkot today, 63 negative and 5 positive cases have been reported. These include mother and son in Atkot, two in Dhoraji and one in Rajkot city.






Madhya Pradesh, Infected-6371  In the last 24 hours, 51 patients in Bhopal, 75 in Indore, 25 in Ujjain and 30 in Neemuch have tested positive for coronary heart disease. Indore ranks seventh in terms of number of patients. A total of 2933 are infected.
Maharashtra, Infected-47190: In the last 24 hours, 87 police personnel have tested positive for corona. The state has received 2608 new cases from last Saturday to Sunday morning. While 60 patients have died due to corona. So far a total of 1577 people have lost their lives in the state.
Uttar Pradesh, Infected-6017  More than 1000 patients have been admitted here in the last 5 days. Unexpectedly, this increase is due to migrant workers. In the last 24 hours, 288 new cases have been registered in the state. Firozabad, Aligarh and Bulandshahr have 1-1 deaths. With this, the number of deaths due to the disease in the state has risen to 155.
Rajasthan, Infected -6794 52 52 infected patients were found here on Sunday. Of these, 18-18 patients were found in Jaipur and Ajmer, 4-4 in Nagaur and Dungarpur, 2-2 in Bikaner and Barmer, 1-1 in Junjunu, Kota, Dosa and Jodhpur. With this, the number of deaths due to the disease in the state has risen to 161.
Delhi, Infected- 13418 50 Here on Sunday 508 patients came corona positive. Here 6,617 patients are undergoing treatment and 6540 patients have recovered. Here 500 to 600 infected are increasing every day in the last 5 days.


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Bihar, Infected-2477  Reports of 83 Corona suspects came positive here on Sunday. Of these, 35 patients were found in Katihar, 11 in Rohtas, 9 in Begusarai, 6 in Munger, 3-3 in Madhubani Gopalganj and Kaimur, 2-2 in Khagadia, Nalanda, Bhagalpur, Banka and Aurangabad, while 1-1 in Jehanabad, Nawada and Arwal.


In our website you will find all the information of government jobs and all the information of Corona virus in our website.

The country is also fighting against the corona and we also have to participate in it so if you stay at home the corona virus will not spread



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