India’s becomes third largest to get Covid cases in the world today

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NEW DELHI: More than 40.000 new covid cases were registered in the country for the fourth consecutive day, and the steady growth in the number of cases has again made India the world’s third most badly affected country with regard to regular cases. The WHO data reveals that the Brazilian, American and Indian trios are worldwide champion on a regular basis again. On 22 March, the WHO figure shows that 79,069 new cases were registered by Brazil, the worldwide largest, led by 60,228 by the US and 46,951 in India. Review of daily data in recent days reveals that India entered the third place on 19 March and has held this position since then.

More than 40,000 new covid cases have been registered in the country for the fourth consecutive day, and the steady growth in the number of cases has again made India the world’s third most badly affected country with regard to regular cases. The WHO data reveals that the Brazilian, American and Indian trios are worldwide champion on a regular basis again. On 22 March, the WHO figure shows that 79,069 new cases were registered by Brazil, the worldwide largest, led by 60,228 by the US and 46,951 in India. Analysis of everyday case data in recent days reveals Indian reaching the third place. An analysis of regular case data from recent days reveals, and has held this status, that India reached third place on 19 March. India registered on Monday 40,622 new incidents, with Assam details not yet coming until late in the night. An review of evidence at a state level reveals that there was no longer just a few states to raise prosecutions. Although a Monday, when case drops per week, the highest cases since January or earlier were announced by at least nine states.

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For example, on Monday the highest case ever in the State, Gujarat registered 1,640 cases. The highest cases for Chhattisgarh (1,525), MP (1,348), Delhi (888) and Himachal were also recorded this year on Monday (200). Also on Monday, the highest since 14th December, Tamil Nadu reports 1,385 cases. The largest since January 1, Rajasthan registered 602 cases. Similarly, after 10 January and 24 January UP and Odisha have also announced the highest cases.

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