Assam: COVID-19 cases rise to 1877 as state detects 47 new patients
A total of 47 people have tested positive for COVID-19 in Assam. Of these, 33 are from Hojai, 6 Dhemaji, 4 Bongaigaon, 3 Barpeta, 1 Baksa.
Assam Health Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma tweeted:
With the detection of new cases, the total number of confirmed cases has gone up to 1877. Of the 1877 cases, 1457 are active and 413 have been cured or discharged. Four people have died of the infection in the state so far.
Assam has crossed the 1000-mark in 60 days. It reported the first case on March 31st, 2020. So far, 47 new cases have been detected on 4th June.
Breaking down the numbers: Assam
(day on day)
Assam and Northeast India
Assam has the highest number of confirmed coronavirus cases followed by Tripura.
Data based on Ministry of Health & Family Welfare
India COVID-19 cases so far
As of June 4th, India has crossed 2 lakh-mark in terms of corona positives in the June 3rd, 2020. The country currently has 208000+ confirmed COVID-19 cases, 106737 active cases with 106737 cured, and discharged. The total number of deaths is 6075.
India registered a record jump of 8,909 novel coronavirus cases in a single day (June 3rd).
Among the states, Maharashtra is the first state to cross 2 thousand deaths. It has recorded 74860 corona cases with 32329 cured, 2587 deaths, and 39944 active cases. The western state is followed by Delhi and Tamil Nadu. Delhi has corona 23645 cases with 9542 cured, 606 deaths, and 13497 active cases. Tamil Nadu has 25872 positive cases with 14316 cured, 208 deaths 11348 active cases. Gujarat with 18100 COVID-19 cases, so far, has 12212 have been cured, 1122 deaths, and 4766 active cases.
India has surpassed China’s official figure of 82,933 confirmed coronavirus cases. India now has 7th in most cases in the world and has surpassed Germany. So far, the USA has the highest number of COVID-19 cases at 1,901,783 cases.
Global coronavirus cases have surpassed 65,73,568 cases, with Latin America overtaking the United States and Europe in the past week to report the largest portion of new daily cases globally. It represents a new phase in the virus’ spread, which initially peaked in China in February before large-scale outbreaks followed in Europe and the United States.
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