COVID-19: India’s Tally Over 2.36 Lakh, 6th Worst-Hit In World

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Updated07 Jun 2020, 03:18 AM IST
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India's coronavirus tally surged to 2,36,657, with biggest single-day rise of 9,887 new cases on Saturday, 6 June. According to the Health Ministry data, the death toll stands at 6,642 with 294 new fatalities, while 1,14,073 patients have been cured or discharged.

With this, India overtook Italy’s tally and became the world’s sixth worst-hit country.

Snapshot
  • Delhi recorded 1,330 new coronavirus cases, taking the tally in the national capital to over 26,000
  • Amid the reports of patients not being able to find beds in Delhi’s COVID-19 hospitals, the Delhi government has issued new SOPs for these hospitals
  • The global coronavirus tally is more than 6.6 million, with the death toll over 3.9 lakh
COVID-19: India’s Tally Over 2.36 Lakh, 6th Worst-Hit  In World

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India’s Tally Over 2.36 Lakh, 6th Worst-Hit In World

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Published: 06 Jun 2020, 03:00 AM IST
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