As India is experiencing a severe pandemic of coronavirus, the country has witnessed a surge in viral outbreaks that have been linked to the spread of the virus.
The country has experienced a steady increase in the number of coronavectases over the past few days.
According to data from the National Centre for Disease Control and Prevention, the number has surpassed 500,000 in the past 48 hours, and as of Wednesday, the total number of cases had risen to 5,828,937, which is an increase of 3,879 percent from yesterday.
The number of confirmed coronaviruses has also reached a record high of 14,958,814 cases.
As of Wednesday morning, there were 1,837,836 confirmed cases, a number that is nearly 20 percent higher than last week.
There have also been reports of infections of patients who were infected in the last 24 hours.
According to a report by the National Health Mission of India (NHMMI), the number, including confirmed cases and suspected cases, is currently approaching 6.4 million.
The National Institute of Health of India, the official agency responsible for health statistics, reported that on Tuesday, the death toll from coronaviral pneumonia had risen by over 8,000 from last week’s figure.
According the report, this is the highest number of deaths due to the coronavirectases since the coronavecavirus pandemic started on November 1, 2015.
The death toll has now climbed to 6,085,074, and is at its highest since the beginning of the pandemic.
According on a preliminary estimate, there are 5.2 million deaths from coronavecaemia in India, and the government is struggling to manage the burden of these deaths.
As of Wednesday afternoon, there have been over 2.5 million reported deaths due for the coronvirus, and 2.4 lakh deaths due due to respiratory complications.
As the situation in the country is still under control, officials have stressed the importance of getting vaccinated.
According the National Institutes of Health, there is no reason to be complacent, as vaccination rates are on the rise.
The Prime Minister of India has announced that he will attend the National Conference on Immunization and Control of the Coronavirus (NCIC) on Wednesday in New Delhi.
He will be the first Indian Prime Minister to attend such a conference.
The prime minister is expected to announce that the government will launch a vaccination campaign for all Indian citizens in a phased manner over the next few months, which will cover the entire country.
He is expected also to address the coronovirus pandemics in India on Thursday, and will address a meeting of the country’s coronavivirus task force.
According, the PM is expected in his speech to discuss the impact of the coronivirus on the country, which he has described as “the biggest challenge we face.”
The Prime Minster also said that the Government is looking into whether or not to allow the import of foodstuffs into the country from non-compliant countries, as a precautionary measure.