India added 26,291 new cases of Wuhan pneumonia (COVID) in the past 24 hours, setting a new record high for new cases in a single day in the past 3 months, while new cases last week also grew 33% over the previous week, the largest growth rate since July last year.
Maharashtra province (Maharashtra), which accounts for more than 60% of India’s 2019 coronavirus disease (COVID-19, Wuhan pneumonia) cases and has long been number one in cumulative cases since the outbreak, following Governor Thackeray (Uddhav Thackeray), health Minister Tope (Rajesh Tope) today also warned that if The government has also warned that if the Epidemic worsens, it will be necessary to impose a total blockade.
The government has also warned that if the epidemic worsens, a total blockade must be implemented. (Photo／Central News Agency)
The second wave of the Wuhan pneumonia epidemic hit India recently. According to statistics released by the Indian Ministry of Health and Family Welfare today, India has added 26,291 cases in the past 24 hours, setting a record for the largest increase in cases in a single day since three months.
The Indian media Livemint pointed out that after the record of 26,624 new cases of Wuhan pneumonia in a single day in India on December 20 last year, the second wave of the epidemic hit recently after a period of decline in new cases.
In addition, according to statistics, India added 155,912 cases of Wuhan pneumonia last week, a 33% increase over the previous week, the largest increase since July last year, and the largest increase in cases in the past 12 weeks.
Together with the new cases, the cumulative number of Wuhan pneumonia cases in India so far has reached 11,385,339 cases, and there are 219,262 active cases requiring treatment, India after 53 days below 200,000 active cases, from the 13th again exceeded the 200,000 active cases mark.