The Indian Ministry of Health reported 62,064 new infections and 1,007 more deaths from COVID-19 on Monday, while the government has warned that the numbers will continue to rise over the next month due to massive testing. Virus detection.
With these latest figures, India, the third country with the highest number of accumulated cases behind the US and Brazil, has encoded a total of 2,215,074 positives, of which 634,945 are still active, in addition to 44,386 deaths, ranking fifth with the highest number of deaths by the Virus.
In its latest tally, the Ministry of Health highlighted the recovery of 54,859 people, the highest number since the pandemic began. The total number of patients who have managed to overcome the disease so far is 1,535,743.
Most active cases are concentrated in the states of Maharashtra (west), Andhra Pradesh (southeast), and Karnataka (southwest).
New Delhi authorities this Sunday reversed the state government’s decision to allow hotels and markets to reopen in the capital in August, while a proposal to allow street vendors to work longer was unlocked.