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COVID Cases on the Rise

June 17, 2022 |

Coronavirus is slowly spreading in India with a single-day rise in new infections recorded as 12,213 COVID-19 cases while 11 people died in 24 hours. The rise in new infections was recorded after 111 days thus registering a 38.4 percent jump in daily cases while the active cases have increased to 58,215. A total of 12,213 cases were reported in a span of 24 hours, taking India's total tally of COVID-19 cases to 4,32,57,730 while the death count has climbed to 5,24,803 with 11 fatalities, the data updated as of June 16 stated. On Sunday, 8,582 new cases were recorded while four fresh fatalities were also recorded indicating the steady rise already it was predicted that June will have an uptick in cases and may witness the fourth wave. The steady surge has been from Kerala, Maharashtra, Gujarat, Himachal Pradesh, Karnataka, Tamil Nadu, Uttarakhand, and West Bengal. However, Delhi is also showing a worrisome trend with a spike in daily cases while the positivity rate has jumped from 1.92 percent registered on June 7 to 7.01 percent on June 15. Overall, the country reported a total of 5,24,803 deaths including 1,47,877 from Maharashtra, 69,845 from Kerala, 40,109 from Karnataka, 38,026 from Tamil Nadu, 26,223 from Delhi, 23,525 from Uttar Pradesh and 21,207 from West Bengal. More than 70 percent of the deaths occurred due to comorbidities. The Union Territory of Jammu and Kashmir is also witnessing a spike but steadily similar to other states where there has been a rise. On Thursday, J&K recorded 22 new Covid-19 while there was no death due to the pathogen. 17 cases were reported from Jammu, three from Kupwara, and one each from Srinagar and Udhampur districts respectively. So far 4752 persons have succumbed to the virus—2328 in Jammu and 2424 in Kashmir. On Wednesday, 25 fresh positive cases of novel Coronavirus were reported; 13 from the Jammu division and 12 from the Kashmir division. Similarly, for the first time, Ladakh reported five fresh coronavirus cases on Wednesday that were detected in Leh alone. As per doctors who are keeping an eye on the virus, people all across the country have been advised not to lower guard and follow all Covid-appropriate behavior. Wearing a mask holds the key while maintaining social distance, avoiding crowded places, and taking other safety measures that could protect all of us from being infected.

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COVID Cases on the Rise

June 17, 2022 |

Coronavirus is slowly spreading in India with a single-day rise in new infections recorded as 12,213 COVID-19 cases while 11 people died in 24 hours. The rise in new infections was recorded after 111 days thus registering a 38.4 percent jump in daily cases while the active cases have increased to 58,215. A total of 12,213 cases were reported in a span of 24 hours, taking India's total tally of COVID-19 cases to 4,32,57,730 while the death count has climbed to 5,24,803 with 11 fatalities, the data updated as of June 16 stated. On Sunday, 8,582 new cases were recorded while four fresh fatalities were also recorded indicating the steady rise already it was predicted that June will have an uptick in cases and may witness the fourth wave. The steady surge has been from Kerala, Maharashtra, Gujarat, Himachal Pradesh, Karnataka, Tamil Nadu, Uttarakhand, and West Bengal. However, Delhi is also showing a worrisome trend with a spike in daily cases while the positivity rate has jumped from 1.92 percent registered on June 7 to 7.01 percent on June 15. Overall, the country reported a total of 5,24,803 deaths including 1,47,877 from Maharashtra, 69,845 from Kerala, 40,109 from Karnataka, 38,026 from Tamil Nadu, 26,223 from Delhi, 23,525 from Uttar Pradesh and 21,207 from West Bengal. More than 70 percent of the deaths occurred due to comorbidities. The Union Territory of Jammu and Kashmir is also witnessing a spike but steadily similar to other states where there has been a rise. On Thursday, J&K recorded 22 new Covid-19 while there was no death due to the pathogen. 17 cases were reported from Jammu, three from Kupwara, and one each from Srinagar and Udhampur districts respectively. So far 4752 persons have succumbed to the virus—2328 in Jammu and 2424 in Kashmir. On Wednesday, 25 fresh positive cases of novel Coronavirus were reported; 13 from the Jammu division and 12 from the Kashmir division. Similarly, for the first time, Ladakh reported five fresh coronavirus cases on Wednesday that were detected in Leh alone. As per doctors who are keeping an eye on the virus, people all across the country have been advised not to lower guard and follow all Covid-appropriate behavior. Wearing a mask holds the key while maintaining social distance, avoiding crowded places, and taking other safety measures that could protect all of us from being infected.


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