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Most of the countries of the world are currently fighting a war against the corona virus. The name of India is also included in these countries. So far 80,776 people have lost their lives in India due to COVID-19. While the number of people infected with Corona is 49,30,236. Which is very worrying. Within the country, Maharashtra is at the forefront of the most outbreak of Corona virus. Giving information on behalf of the Ministry of Health, Rajesh Bhushan said that there are 5 states in the country in which 60% of total active cases of the country are cases. Maharashtra has more than 29% of the total active cases across the country. After Maharashtra, there are about 9% of cases in Andhra Pradesh, about 10% in Karnataka, 6.8% in Uttar Pradesh and about 4.7% in Tamil Nadu. At the same time, Maharashtra also has the highest number of deaths from corona virus.
Union Health Ministry Secretary Rajesh Bhushan said that there are 18 states and union territories in the country in which the total number of active cases is between 5000 and 50,000. There are only 4 states in India where the number of active cases is more than 50,000. Looking at the figures, Maharashtra remains the most affected state with a total of 10,60,308 corona cases, including 29,531 deaths. It is followed by Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu, Karnataka and Uttar Pradesh.
ANI’s tweet: –
The country’s average positivity rate is 8.4%: Rajesh Bhushan, Secretary, Union Health Ministry # COVID19 situation https://t.co/KvqbSvP8Mg
– ANI (@ANI) September 15, 2020
It may be noted that according to the data of the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, there are now 49,30,236 cases in India. Of the total cases, 9,90,061 are active. 38,59,399 patients have been discharged from the hospital, while 79,292 people have been cured of the disease in the last one day. While the recovery rate is 78 percent, the death rate is 1.64 percent. On 17 July, the number of corona cases in India reached 10 lakhs, which then increased from 20 lakhs on 7 August in 20 days. By 23 August, 10 lakh cases were added and the number increased to 30 lakhs and crossed 5 million on 5 September.