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India suffers its worst daily rise in coronavirus cases

by Dominik Press (2020-09-09)


On Saturday India announced 7,964 coronavirus cases and 265 new related deaths, its worst daily spike, a day before the country is set to come out of lockdown. 

The federal government will issue new guidelines this weekend and may extend lockdown in the worst-hit areas. 

More than 70 per cent of cases are in Maharashtra, Gujarat, Tamil Nadu, New Delhi, Madhya Pradesh and Rajasthan states. 

India has announced its highest spike in coronavirus cases a day before the country is set to come out of lockdown. Pictured: Relatives wearing protective equipment to bury a woman who died of coronavirus in Amritsar

India's cases and deaths have now surpassed China.

Pictured: A gravedigger instructing the relatives of someone who died from coronavirus

These numbers bring India's total confirmed cases to 174,355 and 4,982 deaths surpassing China in both. 

Disease experts have warned that India may not reach its peak before June.  

India started easing their lockdown earlier this month when they reopened shops, manufacturing and resumed a small amount of train links and domestic flights. 

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New guidelines to extend the lockdown would give powers to states to ease or tighten the lockdown as they see fit. 

India's lockdown originally banned all but essential activities causing a huge amount of migrant workers to start leaving top 10 cities of madhya pradesh for their rural homes. 

India began to ease its lockdown at the beginning of the month reopening shops, manufacturing and some public transport.

Pictured: People queueing to collect free grocery items distributed by volunteers in Amritsar

Authorities picked up travellers in a fleet of buses and quarantined many of them in empty schools and other public buildings for 14 days. 

India's PM, Narendra Mod, said India would set 'an example in economic revival' and asked the country to show a 'firm resolve' in an open letter to the country.  

He also sympathised with the 'tremendous suffering' of the millions of migrant workers who had lost their jobs during lockdown and then had to make dangerous trips to their hometowns.