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India reported a new report surge this early morning in coronavirus circumstances with far more than 57,118 fresh new infections in the past 24 several hours, taking the total quantity of situations to 16,95,988.

"India has achieved the milestone of more than 1 million recoveries, which has taken the recovery rate to 64.54%".

With 764 deaths in the past day, the total fatalities in India increased to 36,500. The health ministry pointed out that India's fatality rate which is at 2.15% at present, has been the lowest since the first lockdown which was imposed on March 24. Cases increased at an average of 7.5% daily in Andhra Pradesh during this period.

Authorities have also attributed the mounting caseload to the influx of people from other states and countries since the government eased restrictions. 5,67,730 cases of coronavirus are active in the country, whereas, 11,45,630 people have overcome the invisible virus. Foreign citizens are also involved in total cases of infection. According to the Indian Council of Medical Research, 4,63,172 samples were tested for COVID-19 on August 02.

According to John Hopkins University, there are now more than 17.5 million cases reported around the globe, as well as more than 679,000 deaths.

According to Health Ministry data, so far Kovid-19 to 674 people in Rajasthan, 519 in Telangana, 421 in Haryana, 386 in Punjab, 377 in Jammu and Kashmir, 296 in Bihar, 177 in Odisha, 106 in Assam, Assam. Of the total 37,364 deaths, Maharashtra has reported the maximum at 15,316 followed by 4,034 in Tamil Nadu, 3,989 in Delhi, 2,464 in Gujarat, 2,412 in Karnataka, 1,677 in Uttar Pradesh, 1,629 in West Bengal, 1,407 in Andhra Pradesh and 876 in Madhya Pradesh. Two and one person have died in Sikkim. The health ministry stressed that more than 70 per cent of the deaths occurred due to comorbidities.

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