Talking about the latest cases, Maharashtra saw the highest number of cases after 168 days on Sunday. According to the report, 68,266 cases of COVID have been registered in Maharashtra on Sunday.
In the last seven days, there has been a 51 percent jump in weekly corona cases in India, with more than 1.3 lakh corona cases. At the same time, cases of deaths due to infection are also increasing rapidly, as well as cases of deaths have also increased by 51 percent. Talking about the latest cases, Maharashtra saw the highest number of cases after 168 days on Sunday. According to the report, 68,266 cases of COVID have been registered in Maharashtra on Sunday. Earlier, a record 40,414 infections were recorded in Maharashtra, India 3.9 lakh cases have been reported in a week from March 22 to 28 after October.
More than 1 lakh cases were reported from 15 to 21 March last week as compared to the previous week. With this, an increase of 67 percent was seen in a week. Together, the past weeks have seen the largest increase in cases since the onset of the epidemic.
Corona cases tripled in the last three weeks
According to the COVID database, corona cases have increased threefold in the last three weeks. Till now, the total corona cases in India have crossed 12 million or 1.2 million. At the same time, after last year, the biggest bounce has been seen in 35 days of this year. In the last 35 days, one million cases of corona were reported.
On Sunday, Corona’s active cases have gone above 5 lakhs with a record of 35,703. This was the fastest increase in 1 lakh active cases. According to the report, in just three days, Corona cases have increased from 4 lakh to 5 lakh. At the same time, the number of deaths of infected people has seen an increase. In the last week of March, 1,875 people died on one day, which was not only the highest number of deaths from Corona this year, but also a 51 percent increase compared to the previous week. Meanwhile, Karnataka became the fourth state to register the highest number of corona cases in a single day, with more than 3,000 reported cases a day in March.