BENGALURU: India reported on Thursday the highest single-day dying toll from COVID-19 on the earth, at 6,148, after an enormous jap state revised its figures to account for individuals who succumbed to the illness at residence or in personal hospitals.
The well being division of Bihar, one in all India’s poorest states, revised its whole COVID-19 associated dying toll on Wednesday to greater than 9,400 from about 5,400.
The USA had recorded 5,444 COVID-19 deaths on Feb. 12.
India’s whole COVID-19 case load now stands at 29.2 million after rising by 94,052 previously 24 hours, whereas whole fatalities are at 359,676, in accordance with knowledge from the well being ministry.
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