COVID-19: India surpasses Spain’s tally with 2,46,628 cases

Last Updated: Sunday, 7 June 2020 (12:47 IST)
New Delhi: India’s novel coronavirus cases surpassed Spain’s count with its tally shooting up to 2,46,628 after 9,971 people were tested positive till Sunday morning, Union Health Ministry said.

India has quickly climbed two spots in the global list over the past two days.
According to the health ministry update, 284 people have lost their lives to the virus since Saturday, taking the total number of deaths to 6,929.
Meanwhile, the active number of SARS-COV-2 cases stands at 1,20,406 with 1,19,292 patients having recovered.
The data revealed that 4,464 patients were treated and discharged since Saturday. (UNI)