The Union Health Ministry said on Thursday that Maharashtra has the highest number of 65 cases of ‘Omicron’ nature, 64 in Delhi, 24 in Telangana, 21 in Rajasthan, 19 in Karnataka and 15 in Kerala.
According to the data, the daily cases of COVID-19 in the country for 56 consecutive days are less than 15 thousand. The number of patients under treatment has increased to 78,291, which is 0.23 percent of the total cases of infection. This rate is the lowest since March 2020.
An increase of 101 has been registered in the number of patients under treatment for COVID-19 in the last 24 hours. The national recovery rate of patients is 98.40 percent, which is the highest since March 2020.
According to the ministry data, the daily infection rate was recorded at 0.62 percent, which is less than two percent for the last 80 days. The weekly infection rate was recorded at 0.59 percent, which is less than one percent for the last 39 days.
So far, a total of 3,42,08,926 people have become infection free in the country and the death rate from COVID-19 is 1.38 percent.
Under the nationwide vaccination campaign, more than 139.70 crore doses of anti-Covid-19 vaccines have been given so far.
According to the ministry’s data, out of 434 cases of infection that were reported in the country in the last 24 hours, 383 were reported in Kerala and eight each in Maharashtra, Tamil Nadu and West Bengal.
The Kerala government said in a government release on Wednesday that out of 383 cases of death reported in the state, 36 cases were reported in the last few days. At the same time, 347 cases of death have been added to the cases of death from COVID-19 based on the new guidelines of the Center and the Supreme Court.
According to the data, a total of 4,78,759 people have died due to infection in the country so far, out of which 1,41,375 in Maharashtra, 45,538 in Kerala, 38,299 in Karnataka, 36,699 in Tamil Nadu, 25,102 in Delhi, 22,915 in Uttar Pradesh and West There were 19,696 people of Bengal.
The Health Ministry said that out of those who have died due to corona virus infection so far, more than 70 percent of the patients also had other diseases.
According to the data, there were one lakh cases of COVID-19 in the country in 110 days and in 59 days they had crossed 10 lakhs.
It took 21 days for the total number of cases of COVID-19 infection in India to reach from 10 lakh to 20 lakh (as on 7 August 2020), while it took 16 more days to reach the number of 20 to 30 lakh (23 August 2020) . However, it has taken only 13 days to reach from 30 lakhs to 40 lakhs (5 September 2020).
At the same time, after 40 lakhs, it took only 11 days to cross the number of 50 lakhs (16 September 2020). It took 12 days for the number of cases to go from 50 lakh to 60 lakh (as on 28 September 2020). It took 13 days to get 60 to 70 lakhs (11 October 2020). It took 19 days to be 70 to 80 lakhs (on 29 October 2020) and 13 days to be 80 to 90 lakhs (on 20th November 2020). It took 29 days to go from 90 lakh to one crore (on 19 December 2020).
After 107 days, that is, on April 5, the cases exceeded 1.25 crore, but it took only 15 days (on 19 April) for the cases of infection to exceed 1.5 crore and then reached critical condition on May 4 only after 15 days. The figure has gone beyond 1.5 crores to two crores. In about 50 days after May 4, on 23 June, the cases of infection had crossed three crores.
May is the deadliest month ever
During the second wave of COVID-19 in May alone, more than 92,87,158 cases of corona virus were reported in India, which is the highest number of infections recorded in a month.
On May 7, the maximum number of 4,14,188 cases of COVID-19 were reported in 24 hours and on May 19, the maximum number of 4,529 patients lost their lives.
Daily new cases were below three lakh from May 17 to May 24 and then below two lakh from May 25 to May 31. The maximum number of 3,745,237 patients were treated in the country on May 10.
Virus cases and deaths
Talking about the cases of infection reported during a day or 24 hours in the month of December, 6,317 on December 22, 5,326 on December 21, 6,563 on December 20, 7,081 on December 19, 7,145 on December 18, 7,447 on December 17, 7,974 on December 16, 6,984 on December 15, 5,784 on December 14, 7,350 on December 13, 7,774 on December 12, 7,992 on December 11, 8,503 on December 10, 9,419 on December 9, 8,439 on December 8, 6,822, on December 7 There were 8,306 on December 6, 8,895 on December 5, 8,603 on December 4, 9,216 on December 3, 9,765 on December 2 and 8,954 on December 1.
Similarly, if we talk about the people who lost their lives in the last 24 hours, 318 on 22 December, 453 on 21 December, 132 on 20 December, 264 on 19 December, 289 on 18 December, 391 on 17 December, 343 on 16 December, 247 on 15 December, 252 on 14 December, 202 on 13 December, 306 on 12 December, 393 on 11 December, 624 on 10 December, 159 on 9 December, 195 on 8 December, 220 on 7 December, 211 on 6 December, On December 5, 2,796 (with reconciliation of figures in Bihar and Kerala), 415 on December 4, 391 on December 3, 477 on December 2 and 267 on December 1.
During the last one day or 24 hours in the month of November, 13,091 cases of infection were highest on November 11 and after re-matching the figures in Kerala, the maximum number of 621 people died on November 28.
During the last one day or 24 hours in the month of October, the maximum number of 26,727 new cases of infection were on October 1 and after re-matching the figures in Kerala, 805 people died on October 29.
During the last one day or 24 hours in the month of September, 47,092 cases of infection were reported on September 2, while the maximum number of 509 people died on September 2.
During the last 24 hours in the month of August, the maximum number of 46,759 cases of infection were registered on 28 August and the maximum 648 deaths were recorded on 25 August during this period.
During the last 24 hours in the month of July, the maximum 48,786 cases of infection were reported on July 1 and the highest number of 3,998 deaths in a day (after Maharashtra revised the figures) were registered on July 21.
During the last 24 hours in the month of June, 1,34,154 cases of infection were reported on June 3 and the maximum number of 6,148 deaths in this period (after Bihar revised the figures) were reported on June 10.
During the last 24 hours in the month of April, maximum 3,86,452 new cases were registered on 30th, while the maximum number of 3,645 people died on 29th.
The highest number of 68,020 cases were reported during 24 hours in March, on March 29 and the highest number of people who lost their lives due to the epidemic was recorded on March 31. 354 people died on this day, which is the highest figure for the first quarter of 2021 (January to March).
In the month of February, maximum 16,738 cases of infection were reported in 24 hours on February 25 and this month the maximum number of deaths of 138 people were also recorded on this date.
In January, the maximum number of 20,346 cases of infection were registered during 24 hours on January 7. At the same time, the maximum number of 264 people died in this period on 6 January.
On September 6 last year, new cases of infection crossed 90 thousand (90,632) for the first time. On August 28, for the first time they crossed 70 thousand (75,760), on August 7 they crossed 60 thousand (62,538) for the first time, on July 30 they crossed 50 thousand for the first time.
Similarly, on July 20 last year, it crossed 40 thousand for the first time, on July 16 it crossed 30 thousand for the first time, on July 10 it crossed 25 thousand (26,506) for the first time, on July 3 it crossed 20 thousand for the first time, on June 21. For the first time, the number of new cases crossed 15 thousand and on June 20, the number of new cases crossed 14 thousand for the first time.
(with input from news agency language)
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