India has more than 28,000 new cases of coronary pneumonia and a total of more than 840,000
Overseas Network, July 12th The latest data released by the official website of the Ministry of Health of India shows that as of the morning of July 12, local time, the number of newly diagnosed cases of COVID-19 in India has risen to 849,553. In the past 24 hours, India has added 28,637 confirmed cases, the largest increase in a single day; 551 new deaths and 22,674 cumulative deaths.
To prevent and control the epidemic, Pune, Maharashtra’s second largest city, will begin a 10-day blockade from July 13; the satellite city of Thane, Mumbai, has also closed the current blockade period. Extended to July 19. At present, the recovery rate of patients with COVID-19s in Delhi has reached 77%, surpassing 62.78% in India. In the most populous Uttar Pradesh state in India, the government has decided to implement a blockade order from 22:00 on July 10 to 5:00 on July 13 to prevent and control the epidemic. This is also the first time Uttar Pradesh has announced a re-blockade after the Central Government of India announced the relaxation of the blockade. (Overseas Network Yang Jia)