India’s current active cases tally stands at 610,759 cases after witnessing a drop of 329,638 active cases in the current month so far. India has been witnessing a drop of over 13,000 active cases daily on an average since 4th Oct.
India’s capital, Delhi, is seeing a surge in new cases. The state added almost 5,000 new cases on October 27, its highest single-day spike till date. Overall, Delhi’s tally of reported cases stands at 364,341 of which 330,112 cases have already recovered.
The world’s worst-hit country, the US, now has more than 9 million cases. The US is currently adding the biggest number of cases daily across the globe. Out of its current case tally, 65 per cent cases have recovered, while almost 3 million are still active.
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