India Crosses The Mark of 1 Million

India Crosses The Mark of 1 Million In The Number Of COVID-19 Cases

Covid-19 cases in India have crossed the 10-lakh mark on 17th July, after more than 34 thousand fresh infections were reported morning. And this made #CoronaSarkar10LakhPaar trending on twitter!!

Currently, India is in the third position after Brazil with 2,012,151 confirmed cases and America with 3,544,143 (Date Source: WHO & Date last updated: 18/7/2020, 12:16 pm CEST).

Looking at India’s condition of Covid-19 cases it is being predicted that India will soon cross America and Brazil. Despite strict lock-down and shut-down rules, India is failing to control the fresh cases of the corona.

In June, more than 3.86 lakh people were found infected in India. And that made amongst worst affected countries in the world. Unfortunately, in last 3 to 4 days India reached up 8Lakhs to 9Lakhs and then 10Lakh Covid-19 cases.

India tested 48.6 lakh samples in June, which is more than half of the total number tested until now.

June reported 11,800 coronavirus related death. This is more than twice the number that was reported in the three previous months. This gives us a hint on how the condition is going to worse in the upcoming months of 2020.

India Crosses The Mark of 1 Million
India Crosses The Mark of 1 Million of Covid-19 Cases

Moreover, the netizens aren’t all that happy and impressed with the government as India crosses the 1 million mark. People on Twitter are sarcastically praising and congratulating the central government for ‘achieving’ this figure. #CoronaSarkar10LakhPaar is trending on Twitter as the cases in our country continue to rise.

Here’s what Twitter users had to say about 1 Million Covid-19 cases news.

 

 

 

 

 

Have a Look on Corona Cases figures:

  • Maharashtra continues to report the highest number of cases, followed by Tamil Nadu, Delhi, Karnataka, Gujarat, Uttar Pradesh and Telangana.
  • In India, from Jan 30 to 12:16 pm CEST, 18 July 2020, there have been 1,038,716 confirmed cases of COVID-19 with 26,273 deaths.
  • Globally, as of 12:16 pm CEST, 18 July 2020, there have been 13,824,739 confirmed cases of COVID-19, including 591,666 deaths, reported to WHO.

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