Covid-19 India: 1463 new Coronavirus cases and 60 deaths reported in the last 24 hours, total positive cases 28,380

Covid-19 India: 1463 new Coronavirus cases and 60 deaths reported in the last 24 hours, total positive cases 28,380

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New Delhi: The number of people infected with the Coronavirus (Covid-19) epidemic, including foreign nationals in India, increased to 28,380 on Monday (27 April). In the data released on Monday, the Ministry of Health said that there have been 886 deaths due to the Covid-19 infection in the country and a total of 21,132 persons are currently infected with the epidemic.

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At the same time, 1463 new cases of coronavirus have been reported in the last 24 hours, while 60 people have lost their lives due to this virus. The number of such people has reached 6362 (1 migrated), with 381 people infected with corona recovering in the last 24 hours.

According to data released by the Ministry of Health on Monday (April 27), the outbreak of Coronavirus has spread to 33 states and union territories of the country. Maharashtra, the most severely affected by the Covid-19, has so far suffered 342 deaths, while 106 people have been killed by the deadly virus in Madhya Pradesh.

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At the same time, due to infection in Gujarat, 151 and 31 and 54 people have died in Uttar Pradesh and Delhi respectively. “Maharashtra has the highest number of cases of coronavirus infection with 8068 coming from Maharashtra. Gujarat followed it with 3301 cases, followed by 2918. Delhi ranks third with coronavirus positive cases.

Earlier, Prime Minister Narendra Modi, today asserted that full-fledged steps have been effective to tackle the Coronavirus epidemic, but keeping in mind the mantra of ‘two yards away’ for states to bring the country’s economy back on track Work should begin on a phased exit plan. The Prime Minister said that the threat of Covid-19 is likely to go on for a long time, so now everyone will have to put a plan in place to deal with the Coronavirus and bring the economy back on track.

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