6769 New Covid 19 Cases in West Bengal Reported in last 24 Hours
In the last 24 hours, 6769 new Covid cases were reported in West Bengal. 22 people have died. The number of infected on Wednesday was 6,000. And in the last 24 hours, it has crossed 6,500. However, the death toll has dropped slightly. On Wednesday, 24 people died in Corona. The recovery rate decreased to 92.55 percent. During the election season, various politicians suffering from this deadly virus. The Covid 19 outbreaks spike during the election campaign period. As a result, the overall situation is worrying. Also, read: India reported 216,850 Covid-19 cases in the last 24 hours.
West Bengal reports 6,769 fresh #COVID19 cases, 2,387 recoveries and 22 deaths in the last 24 hours
Total cases: 6,36,885
Active cases: 36,981
Death toll: 10,480
Total recoveries: 5,89,424 pic.twitter.com/M9CJefMNyR
— ANI (@ANI) April 15, 2021
According to the ANI report, the number of active corona patients in the state is 36,981. 4360 more than on Wednesday. In the last 24 hours, 238 have recovered from Corona’s grip. In the one-day state, 42,121 corona samples were tested, of which 7.56 percent were reported positive. Kolkata is at the top of the transmission rate as usual. The number of daily attacks is 1615. Then there are North 24 Parganas. Here 1354 infected daily.
Across the country, the Corona situation is taking a huge turn. Bengal is no exception. The number of victims is increasing during the voting season due to the second wave. Although there was talk of political campaigning, rushing in processions, and completing the voting following the coronation rules, Dedar breaks the rules.
As few of the political candidates already carrying the virus, people who come in contact with them are also at risk of infection. Among them, the lack of supply of vaccines in West Bengal is a significant issue. There is famine in various health centers of the district. As a result, people have to come back to get vaccinated. In this situation, building immunity is also facing obstacles.