New Delhi: India’s COVID-19 tally surged to 320922 on Sunday, with 11,929 fresh cases reported, highest single-day spike.
The death toll also rose to 9,195 with a single-day spike of 311 fatalities.
On the recovery front, the country is doing well as the number of cured has already surpassed the active number of cases.
According to Health Ministry’s update, cured and discharged cases at present stand at 162378, which is 13030 more than the active cases in the country (149348).
A total of 8084 patients have reportedly recovered since Saturday, the government data revealed.
Union Home Minister Amit Shah and Health Minister Dr Harsh Vardhan will hold a review meeting with Delhi L-G and Chief Minister over the national capital’s COVID situation at 1100 hours.
Situation in the city has raised concerns as the cases are increasing rapidly.