India Records World's Highest Global Covid 19 Positive Cases Of Over 300,000 In The Past 24 Hours.
India has recorded the world's biggest single day tally of the COVID cases of over 300,000 in the last 24 hours with the deaths jumping to a record 2,104 fatalities in the past 24 hours
This is the highest global tally since the pandemic started and India is one of the countries that has been widely affected by the pandemic.
The total cases were 314,835 and this has passed the highest number of positive cases that were recorded by the United States in the month of January of 297,430.
As at now, India's total positive cases stands at 15.93 million and the total deaths stands at 184,657 and these are the official data released by the India's heath ministry.
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