India's COVID-19 count reached 27,67,274 and the recoveries crossed the 2 million mark on Wednesday, according to the Union Health Ministry. Photo-ANI
India's COVID-19 count reached 27,67,274 and the recoveries crossed the 2 million mark on Wednesday, according to the Union Health Ministry.
On Wednesday, the country reported a single-day spike of 64,531 cases and highest ever single day recoveries of 60,091, added the ministry.
In the last 24 hours, 1,092 fatalities were reported across the country.
The ministry stated that the COVID-19 count includes 6,76,514 active cases, 20,37,871 discharged/migrated patients and 52,889 deaths.
Maharashtra continues to be the worst-affected state from the infection with 1,60,413 active cases.
13,165 new COVID-19 cases and 346 deaths were reported in the state on Wednesday.
While 9,011 patients were discharged, taking the total recovery to 4,46,881.
The total cases in the state rose to 6,28,642 and the fatalities increased to 21,033, said the state Health Department.
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