New Delhi/Mumbai: – Dr Randeep Guleria, Director of All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS), said that these are testing times for the country and the number of Coronavirus cases has still not peaked in the country. This claim by Dr Randeep Guleria, a member of the core team to monitor the spread of Coronavirus made at a time when more than 50 to 60 thousand cases are being reported from around the country, increases concerns. On Tuesday, nearly 61,000 new cases were reported from around the country, and a similar number was reported even on Wednesday. This has taken the total number of Coronavirus cases near to 2.4 million.
344 deaths and 12,712 new cases of Coronavirus were reported from Maharashtra on Wednesday. This has taken the total number of Coronavirus cases in the state to 550,000. The number of new cases reported from Mumbai and Pune was 1,132 and 1,665 respectively. Andhra Pradesh reported 93 deaths and 9,597 new cases. 119 patients died with an addition of 5,781 new cases in Tamil Nadu. Karnataka reported 113 deaths and an addition of 7,883 new cases. Uttar Pradesh reported 4.475 new cases. Bihar recorded 3,700 new cases. Therefore, the total number of cases in the country has reached near 2.4 million.
While more than 60,000 new cases are being reported from the country, the number of patients recovering also is increasing. More than 55,000 patients were declared fit on Tuesday. Meanwhile, Israel has given India advanced technology and equipment based on Artificial Intelligence. Ron Malka, the Israeli Ambassador to India, handed over the advanced technology to the Director of the AIIMS. These include Contactless Monitoring Applications, Advanced Medical Management Systems and AI Robots.
The total number of Coronavirus cases in the world has reached 25.5 million. The number of deaths has reached 7,50,000. The number of cases in the United States has reached 5.3 million, and in Brazil, the number is 3.1 million. India stands third in the list of the highest number of Coronavirus cases.