Fri. Oct 22nd, 2021

More than two million Indians have now tested positive for Covid-19, according to official figures.

The country confirmed the last million cases in just 20 days, faster than the US or Brazil which have higher numbers.

Testing has been expanded considerably in India in recent weeks but the situation varies across states.

Spurred by a low death rate, the nation continues to reopen even as new hotspots drive the surge in cases. But some states have imposed restrictions.

The recent measures include local, intermittent lockdowns, sometimes limiting activity in specific cities or districts.

India is now the third country to cross the two million mark. It reported 62,170 cases in the past 24 hours, taking its total tally up to 2,025,409.

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5 thoughts on “Coronavirus: India becomes third country to pass two million cases – BBC News”
  1. With all these job loses and sad deaths ,why are people NOT suing China they started it (Sorry for incorrect spelling)
    All of our suffering is due to a corrupt government .

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