In India, daily coronavirus infections have decreased but the death toll has risen. According to a bulletin released by the country’s health ministry on Friday (July 9th) morning, 43,393 people have been newly infected in the last 24 hours. 911 people died at the same time.
The day before, 45,792 people were attacked in the country. 618 people died at the same time. In other words, daily infections have decreased by about 5 percent but deaths have increased by about 12 percent. This information has come from Indian media reports.
According to the report, the total number of infected people in the country has increased to three crore 8 lakh 52 thousand 950 people. The total number of deaths including 911 people in the last 24 hours stood at four lakh five thousand 939 people.
On the other hand, the daily infection rate in India is below three. On Friday, the rate stood at 2.42 percent. With this, the infection rate remained below three for 18 consecutive days. The recovery rate has also increased slightly. In the last 24 hours, 44,459 people have recovered. The recovery rate is 98.19 percent.
According to the country’s health ministry, the infection rate is still above 10 percent in 64 percent of the country’s districts. Most of these districts are in eight states of north-east India. Of these, 16 districts of Arunachal Pradesh have the highest rate of infection.
Maharashtra is still at the top of the list of infections in the country. Then there are Kerala, Karnataka and Tamil Nadu. However, in the last 24 hours, the highest number of infections has been in Kerala. 13,072 people have been newly infected in this state.