In India, revealed more than six thousand new cases COVID-19

В Индии выявили более шести тысяч новых случаев COVID-19

The number of identified cases of infection with coronavirus in India per day increased by more than six thousand and 125 is 101, according to the Ministry of health and family welfare.

On the eve reported 118 447 cases, the day before – about 112 359.

According to authorities, treatment in the country are 65 597 people. Have recovered from coronavirus 51, 783 persons (3250 per day), died 3 720 people (137 per day).

Most affected state of Maharashtra in the center of the country, which recorded more than a third of all cases – 44 582 cases of infection (2940 per day). In the second place the state of Tamil Nadu – 14 753 cases (786 per day). Third place went to Gujarat, the westernmost state of India, 13 268 cases (363 per day).

Earlier, the Ministry of internal Affairs has extended the current March 25 isolation in the country until may 31 and directed the States to allocate “red”, “orange” and “green” zones, depending on the number of cases of coronavirus. In the “green” and “orange” zones with certain restrictions, permitted to travel by taxi and public transport, factories and private shops. Authorities extended a ban on domestic and international flights. Also the period of the isolation mode are not allowed to work at schools and universities, hotels, large shopping centers and restaurants. Banned all public events, including religious. Sports complexes and stadiums allowed to open, but spectators will not be allowed back. Also extended the curfew, effective from 7.00 to 19.00.

World health organization March 11 announced the outbreak of a new coronavirus infection COVID-19 pandemic. According to the latest who data, there have been recorded more than 4.9 million cases of the disease died over 327 thousand people.

Recent data on the situation of COVID-19 in Russia and the world presented on the portal stopmanager.Russia


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