In India, 91,000 people were infected with corona in one day and more than 300 died

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Corona’s power is not diminishing even in the new year. With the new variant Omicron. Infections are on the rise around the world due to the omicron variant. The number of coronary heart disease patients is also increasing in India. On Thursday (January 6), that number has risen to close to a million. The number of people who lost their lives in one day in Corona is more than 300.

Meanwhile, the number of patients infected with Omicron has increased to over two and a half thousand in India. This information was given by the Indian news agency ANI and the media NDTV in a report on Thursday.

In the last 24 hours, 90,926 people have been newly infected with corona in India, according to the Indian Ministry of Health. In other words, the number of newly infected patients in the country has increased by about 33 thousand as compared to the previous day. And 56.5 percent more than on Wednesday.

On the other hand, the number of daily deaths in India on Thursday is lower than on Wednesday, but it is still above 300. In the last 24 hours, 325 people have died in the country. In other words, the number of deaths has decreased by more than two hundred in the last one day. Since the beginning of the epidemic, 4 lakh 82 thousand 6 people have died in the country till now.

The daily infection rate in India is now 7.43 percent. In addition, more than 19,000 people have recovered in the last 24 hours. As a result, the number of active corona patients in the country is now 2 lakh 65 thousand 401 people.

Meanwhile, the Delhi government is on high alert as corona infections continue to rise. Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal has directed nine hospitals in the capital to increase the number of coved beds.

A directive has also been issued by the Delhi government’s health and family welfare department. The directive calls for increasing the number of coved beds in Delhi hospitals from 3,318 to 4,350.