New Delhi, Apr 06, 2020: The number of coronavirus cases in India rose to 3,577 out of which 3,219 are active cases, 274 are recovered cases, 1 migrant patient and 83 deaths as per Ministry of Health data at 6 am IST on Monday (April 6, 2020). Sixteen fresh deaths and 514 new infections were reported on Sunday, which was the 12th day of a national lockdown, Zee reported.
India switched off all the lights for 9 minutes at 9 PM today and lit candles, Diyas, and flashlight, to mark the country’s fight against Coronavirus as appealed by the Prime Minister. PM Modi lit a lamp after turning off all lights at his residence on Sunday night, joining the country in the drive to mark the fights against coronavirus. He tweeted a Sanskrit shloka, sharing his photos of lighting lamp which means: "Salutations to the Light of the Lamp which Brings auspiciousness, health, and prosperity, which Destroys Inimical Feelings; Salutations to the Light of the Lamp."
Globally, the coronavirus cases crossed 1,273,794 with claiming around 69,374 lives, according to the data released by Johns Hopkins University`s Coronavirus Resource Centre. The US remained at the first spot on the maximum number of positive cases globally, with around 3,37,274 Americans being caught by the COVID-19.
COVID-19 India data: Total number of cases rise to 4,067 which includes 3,666 active cases, 291 recovered cases, 1 migrant patient and 109 death.
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