Six-fold increase in death toll since April
Although the figures released by the department did not specify when these additional deaths occurred, a breakup of all 38 districts of the state has been mentioned. According to the latest figures, the number of people who lost their lives in the second wave of corona virus infection is close to 8,000 and the death toll has increased almost six times since April.
A total of 2,303 deaths have occurred in Bihar from Corona in the state capital Patna, while Muzaffarpur district is at number two with 609 deaths. After verification, Patna has the highest number of 1,070 additional deaths added. After this, 316 additional deaths have been added in Begusarai, 314 in Muzaffarpur and 222 in Nalanda, the native district of Chief Minister Nitish Kumar.
Since the beginning of the corona epidemic last year, the number of people infected with this disease in the state has increased to 7,15,179, out of which more than five lakh people have come under the grip of this infection in the last few months. Interestingly, the Health Department had on Tuesday reported 7,01,234 people who were cured after contracting the corona infection, which has been revised to 6,98,397 on Wednesday.
In Bihar, where the percentage of recovery of corona virus patients was reported as 98.70 percent on Tuesday, it has been revised to 97.65 percent on Wednesday. Will get opportunity. According to the Health Department, after the lockdown for more than a month in Bihar, the cases of corona infection have come down and only 20 deaths and 589 new cases have been reported on Wednesday.
In Bihar, 1,21,780 people including 18 to 44 years and above 45 years took anti-Covid-19 vaccine on Wednesday and so far 1,14,72,029 people have taken the vaccine in the state.