The incidence of corona infection has not stopped and the number of active patients has increased to around 27 lakhs in the country, which is 15.82 percent of the total cases of infection.
New Delhi: In this moment of Corona crisis, Congress MP Rahul Gandhi has urged all party workers to help people except political work. In his tweet, Rahul Gandhi has said that this is the religion of the Congress.
Rahul Gandhi said, “The system is failing, so it is important to do this ‘Jan Ki Baat’. In this crisis, the country needs responsible citizens. I request my Congress colleagues to leave all political work and only help the people, in every way Eliminate the grief of the countrymen. This is the religion of the Congress family.
A day before this, Rahul Gandhi had asked the central government to focus on vaccines, oxygen and other health services instead of spending on publicity. He wrote in his tweet, “Harmony appeals to the central government to focus on vaccines, oxygen, health services instead of spending on PR and unnecessary projects. This crisis will deepen in the days to come. The country will have to deal with it.” Has to be prepared. The present predicament is unbearable. “
Corona’s latest status in India
With a record of 3,49,691 new cases of corona in a single day, the cases of infection have increased to 1,69,60,172 while the number of active patients has crossed 26 lakh. The number of dead has reached 1,92,311 due to the death of 2,767 people due to infection on the previous day.
The incidence of infection has not stopped and the number of active patients in the country has come down to 26,82,751 which is 15.82 percent of the total cases of infection while the rate of people recovering from Kovid-19 has come down to 83.05 percent. .
According to statistics, the number of people recovering from this disease has increased to 1,40,85,110 while the death rate has fallen to 1.13 percent. Of the people who died, more than 70 percent had already had other diseases.
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