the number of patients crosses one lakh in 24 hours
the number of patients crosses one lakh in 24 hours

New Corona cases are being reported every day in the country. There is no doubt that we are dealing with the third wave of the epidemic. The number of new Corona cases reported in the last 3 days increased to 37,389 on January 4. By January 5, this figure reached 58,097 and by January 6, it reached 90,928. It means that the number of new Corona cases has increased by about 250% in the last 3 days.

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There were 1,16,390 new Corona cases reported in the country today. Clearly, the third wave has happened in India and according to experts, the number of new cases every day will not slow down. It is likely that the situation will deteriorate over the next few days.

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India now has 3 lakh 64 thousand 848 Corona-infected people. The states with the most cases of Covid are Maharashtra, West Bengal, and Delhi. In the last 24 hours, these states accounted for about 62% of the cases. Over the last 24 hours, 36,265 cases have been registered in Maharashtra, 15,421 in West Bengal, and 15,097 in New Delhi. A total of 3 crores 52 lakh 25 thousand 693 Corona infections have been reported in the country. Due to the increased cases of the new variant Omicron of Corona, the Central Government has requested Punjab, Odisha, Uttar Pradesh, Mizoram, Meghalaya, Jammu, and Kashmir, and Bihar to increase the Corona testing.

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The infection rate is increasing in Uttar Pradesh and Bihar, so strict measures are being taken. Several measures have been taken to implement Section 144 in Lucknow, the capital of Uttar Pradesh, according to guidelines, curfew will remain in force in the city from 10:00 pm to 6:00 am. There are currently 8224 active infections in Uttar Pradesh.

However, in Bihar, all educational institutions have been closed with immediate effect. The Nitish government decided in its cabinet meeting on 4th that academic work from class I to VIII would be completely closed. Instructions were to open academic work from class IX to XII with 50% attendance. Despite this, due to the rapid spread of Coronavirus, all educational institutions, including schools, colleges, coaches, etc. have been closed with immediate effect.

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