Covid-19 Numbers In India: With 3.14 Lakh Cases, Country Records World's Biggest Daily Spike; 2,104 Deaths Reported

INDIA Team Latestly|

Swept by the second Covid-19 wave, infections rose by a record 3.14 lakh in India, the highest-ever single day rise reported by any nation, taking the caseload to 1.59 crore. The country also saw another new grim record with the highest number of Covid-19 deaths in a day at 2,104. India's fresh surge in cases of 314,835 surpasses the previous highest one-day rise in the world of 297,430 cases posted by the United States in January, news agency Reuters reported. 1.84 lakh people have died so far. India is facing one of the biggest health challenges in the recent years with the shortage of medical oxygen, hospital beds and anti-viral drug Remdesivir, used in the treatment of Covid-19. Centre has assured that "oxygen demand and supply is being monitored round the clock". Over 2 lakh infections are being recorded everyday since April 15. Maharashtra (67,468), Uttar Pradesh (33,106), Delhi (24,638), Karnataka (23,558) and Kerala (22,414) were the five states that recorded the biggest surge in the last 24 hours. Watch the video to know more.

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