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COVID-19 cases in India crossed 56,000 marks as over 5,000 new cases reported

New Delhi, Fri, 08 May 2020 Sangita Roy

New cases of Coronavirus is emerging fast in India, over 5,000 news cases are reported on Thursday  raising the total count to over 56,000 in the country. Mumbai, Delhi, Ahmedabad and Chennai are the biggest center of Covid-19 disease in India.

The recovery rate is also good in India and over 16,000 people have recovered so far from the deadly Coronavirus infection. The latest outbreak of Coronavirus started from the Wuhan, China and now this disease is infecting millions of people around the world.

In India more than 5,000 new cases of Coronavirus have been detected since Wednesday morning. The Covid-19 disease is infecting health workers, police and paramilitary forces too.

The director of All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) said that the Covid-19 pandemic may not peak yet and it might reach in the peak state between June and July. But there is still no prediction about the number of cases during the Covid-19 peak in the country and it might depend on the effectiveness of social distancing and containment measures being followed by the people of India.

Globally over 3,845,607 people are infected with the deadly Covid-19 virus while 269,564 people already died due to deadly Coronavirus. The United States is the worst affected country in the world with over 1,256,994 confirmed cases and 75,661 deaths so far. Despite all the containment measures disease is still spreading in United States and other parts of the world.

Spain, Italy, United Kingdom and Russia are other most affected country in the world.

There is still no vaccine or effective treatment against Covid-19 deadly virus, which is also a major concern. Only protection against Covid-19 is the effective method of preventing this virus. In the Covid-19 patients, the immunity of patient is playing major role in recovery. So, people should follow the natural way of increasing immunity and practice social distancing to keep themselves safe.


Author: Sangita Roy

Sangita Roy has been reporting, writing and managing technical contents for over a decade for media houses. She has extensive experience in covering various media events and reporting. She is conducting technical interviews. She is reporting, editing and managing technical news.

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