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With 43 new coronavirus cases on Jul 17 2023, India now has registered a total of 4,49,94,921 COVID-19 infections across the country. This includes 0 new deaths which have taken the total count to 5,31,915. The total number of coronavirus cases also includes 4,44,61,565 people who have recovered and 1,441 who are currently being treated. There were 43 new active cases and 34 new recovered cases on Jul 17 2023. The data for this was released by the Union Health Ministry at 5:30 am

According to the latest numbers, Maharashtra has the highest number of coronavirus cases at 81,70,009. Of this 1,48,639 are active, 80,21,370 are recovered and 1,48,556 have died. Kerala and Karnataka are next with 69,07,066 and 40,88,669 total COVID-19 cases respectively. Andaman and Nicobar Islands, Lakshadweep and Dadra and Nagar Haveli and Daman and Diu have the lowest number coronavirus cases with 10,766, 11,415 and 11,592 respectively.

India currently has a fatality rate of 1.18 per cent due to coronavirus. The government has said more than 70 per cent of the people recover from COVID-19 with mild or very mild symptoms. Such cases may not even require admission to COVID-19 blocks or dedicated hospitals, the Health Ministry said.

Across the world, there have been a total of 67,69,14,137 confirmed coronavirus cases, according to the latest update. This includes 62,55,69,487 people who are being treated, 4,44,61,565 who have recovered and 68,83,085 who have died.

The highest number of coronavirus cases currently is in US which has registered 10,38,04,263 confirmed COVID-19 cases. 11,23,836 people have died of coronavirus in the country. India and France are next in line with 4,49,94,921 and 3,98,66,718 confirmed coronavirus cases and 5,31,915 and 1,66,176 deaths respectively.

The novel coronavirus is a highly contagious new virus that emerged in China's Wuhan late last year quickly spread to the rest of the world. The coronavirus causes a respiratory disease called COVID-19. The disease, similar to flu, triggers symptoms like cough, fever, and in more severe cases, difficulty breathing. Doctors across the world have advised that people can protect themselves by frequently washing hands, not touching your face and avoiding physical contact with people. India registered its first coronavirus case on January 30. Many countries, including India, have enforced strong physical distancing protocols that urge people to practise self-isolation at homes to stop the spread of the disease. Only those involved in essential services and those trying to buy basic necessities are advised to go out and wear a mask when doing so.

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