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The status of Coronavirus India, India has recorded its highest one-day rise in the cases and the death toll. In the last 24 hours, 3,86,452 cases have come up and the number of fatalities is 3,498.

Cases in many states are rising so rapidly that some states are having to take strict measures to try and bring the situation under control.

The lockdown is Maharashtra is going to possibly extend, seeing the rise in the number of cases every day. Also, there is a shortage of vaccine supply, therefore the Mumbai municipal Corporation has closed the centers till 3 May. “Vaccination in Mumbai will be completely closed for three days from Friday, April 30, 2021 to Sunday, May 2, 2021 due to depletion of available vaccines,” the civic body said in a statement on Coronavirus india.

Coronavirus India: Highest one-day surge in cases

On the other hand, Delhi government is also being requested by the Trader’s board to further extend the lockdown at least two weeks. The capital recorded 24,235 cases and their positivity rate is 32.82%. Talking about the death rate, it saw 395 deaths in only a day. Which is the highest since the pandemic has begun. The city previously had 33,749 containment zones which have now jumped to 35,924.

Coronavirus India: Highest one-day surge in cases

The vaccination of people aged 18-45 is set to start on Saturday. But the Health Minister said on Thursday that they don’t have vaccines for that age group. Delhi government has decided to get 67 lakh doses of Covishield. Out of those 3 lakh will be delivered by 3rd May. So, as scheduled, the vaccination of people of 18-45 may not take place from the May 1st.

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