Prime Minister Narendra Modi will communicate with the District Magistrates of 100 districts of the country most affected by Kovid-19 on May 18 and 20. According to information received from government sources, 46 district magistrates from nine states will attend the first meeting while 54 district magistrates from 10 states will attend the second meeting. This will be the first meeting of the Prime Minister on the status of Kovid-19 in which the top administrative officials of the district will participate.
Earlier, the Prime Minister had held several rounds of meetings with the Chief Ministers of all the states and the Chief Ministers of the most affected states. According to the latest data from the Union Health Ministry, 72 percent of the cases reported within the last 24 hours are in 10 states, including Maharashtra, Delhi, Haryana, Uttar Pradesh, Kerala, Karnataka, Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh, West Bengal and Rajasthan.
After 3,62,727 new cases of Kovid-19 were reported in the country, the total number of infections has increased to 2,37,03,665, while the death toll reached 2,58,317 after 4,120 people died due to corona virus infection. is. According to the Union Health Ministry’s data till 8 am on Thursday, 37,10,525 patients are still under treatment, which is 15.65 per cent of the total cases while the national rate of recovery from Kovid-19 has improved to 83.26 per cent.
According to the data, the number of people recovering from the disease has increased to 1,97,34,823 while the death rate from infection is 1. 09 percent has been registered. Maharashtra out of the maximum 816 deaths in new cases of death. This was followed by 516 in Karnataka, 326 in Uttar Pradesh, 300 in Delhi, 293 in Tamil Nadu, 193 in Punjab, 165 in Haryana, 164 in Rajasthan, 153 in Chhattisgarh, 135 in West Bengal, 109 in Uttarakhand and 102 deaths in Gujarat. Hui.
So far 2,58,317 people have died in the country out of which 78,007 patients are in Maharashtra, 20,368 in Karnataka, 20,310 in Delhi, 16,471 in Tamil Nadu, 16,369 in Uttar Pradesh, 12,728 in West Bengal, 11,111 in Punjab and 11,094 in Chhattisgarh. Has died
Point 5: The difference between the two doses of the Kovishield vaccine increased.