Tuesday, November 30, 2021

These 6 states of the country became tension for Modi government

New Delhi: India is slowly recovering from the deadly second wave of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) and is witnessing a drop in fresh infections daily. But still the deaths remain a matter of concern for the government and health experts.

The country reported 3,207 deaths on Wednesday, a day after India’s one-day death toll fell below the 3,000-mark after 36 days. A total of 3,35,102 people have died due to viral infection in the country so far.

According to data shared by the Union Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, more than 70% of India’s cases are being traced to six states – Maharashtra, Tamil Nadu, Karnataka, Kerala, Uttar Pradesh and West Bengal.

In the last 24 hours, India reported 3,207 new deaths, out of which 854 are from Maharashtra, 490 from Tamil Nadu, 464 from Karnataka, 194 from Kerala, 175 from Uttar Pradesh, 137 from West Bengal and 104 from Andhra Pradesh .

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The top six states account for 72.2% of the total deaths reported in India on Wednesday.

Maharashtra continues to be the worst-affected state in the country in months, with the highest number of deaths. A total of 335,102 deaths have taken place in the country so far. Of these, 96,198 are from Maharashtra, 29,554 from Karnataka, 24,722 from Tamil Nadu, 24,299 from Delhi, 20,672 from Uttar Pradesh, 15,678 from West Bengal, 14,649 from Punjab and 13,077 from Chhattisgarh.

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