According to the updated data released by the Union Health Ministry at 8 am on Monday, so far 8,209 cases of ‘Omicron’ form of corona virus have been reported in 29 states and union territories in the country. Of these, 3,109 people have become infection free or have migrated to other places.
The Health Ministry said that Maharashtra had the highest number of 1,738 cases of ‘Omicron’, followed by West Bengal at 1,672, Rajasthan 1,276, Delhi 549, Karnataka 548 and Kerala 536.
According to experts, genome sequencing of samples of every infected is not possible, but most of the cases in this current wave are from ‘Omicron’.
According to the updated data, the number of active cases of COVID-19 in the country has increased to 16,56,341, which is 4.43 percent of the total cases.
The number of cases under treatment is highest in about 230 days. At the same time, after the death of 385 more people due to infection during the last 24 hours, the death toll increased to 4,86,451.
According to the data released by Johns Hopkins University of America, the total cases of corona virus infection in the whole world have increased to 32,81,22,701 and so far 55,39,681 people have lost their lives.
An increase of 1,05,964 has been registered in the number of patients under treatment for COVID-19 in the last 24 hours in India. The national rate of recovery of patients is 94.27 percent.
According to the data, the daily rate of infection was recorded at 19.65 percent and the weekly rate at 14.41 percent. So far, a total of 3,52,37,461 people have become infection free in the country and the death rate from COVID-19 is 1.30 percent.
So far more than 157.20 crore doses of anti-Covid-19 vaccines have been given under the nationwide vaccination campaign.
According to the data of the ministry, out of 385 cases of death due to infection that have been reported in the country in the last 24 hours, 158 cases are from Kerala and 36 cases are from West Bengal.
According to the data, a total of 4,86,451 people have died due to infection in the country so far, out of which 1,41,808 in Maharashtra, 50,832 in Kerala, 38,431 in Karnataka, 36,989 in Tamil Nadu, 25,363 in Delhi, 22,963 in Uttar Pradesh and West There were 20,088 people from 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 this 107 days, i.e. on April 5, 2021, the cases exceeded 1.25 crore, but it took only 15 days (19 April 2021) for the cases of infection to exceed 1.5 crore and then only 15 days later on May 4, 2021, the situation was critical. The figure went beyond 1.5 crores to two crores while reaching in. After 4 May 2021, in about 50 days, on 23 June 2021, the cases of infection had crossed 30 million.
Virus cases and deaths
If we talk about COVID 19 infection in the month of January, then in a day or 24 hours, on January 16, 2,71,202, on January 15, 2,68,833, on January 14, 2,64,202, on January 13, 2,47,417, on January 12, 1, 94,720, 1,68,063 on January 11, 1,79,723 on January 10, 1,59,632 on January 9, 1,41,986 on January 8, 1,17,100 on January 7, 90,928 on January 6, 58,097 on January 5, 37,379, 33,750 new cases were registered on January 3, 27,553 on January 2 and 22,775 new cases on January 1.
Talking about the people who lost their lives in the last 24 hours in this month, 314 on 16 January, 402 on 15 January, 315 on 14 January, 380 on 13 January, 442 on 12 January, 277 on 11 January, 146 on 10 January. , 327 on January 9, 285 on January 8, 302 on January 7, 325 on January 6, 534 on January 5, 124 on January 4, 123 on January 3, 284 on January 2 and 406 on January 1. .
May of last year has been the deadliest month
During the second wave of COVID-19 in May 2021 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.
Apart from this, in May 2021, 1,20,833 people also lost their lives due to this disease. So many cases and so many deaths have not been recorded in any other month.
In this way, this month was the worst and deadliest month during this epidemic.
On 7 May 2021, the highest number of 4,14,188 cases of COVID-19 were reported in 24 hours and on 19 May 2021, the maximum number of 4,529 patients lost their lives.
Daily new cases remained below three lakh from May 17 to May 24, 2021 and then below two lakh from May 25 to May 31, 2021. The maximum number of 3,745,237 patients were treated in the country on 10 May 2021.
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