Data Story: 90,928 cases reported in India, daily positivity rate rises to 6.2% – World Affairs SRS

Data Story: 90,928 cases reported in India, daily positivity rate rises to 6.2%

– World Affairs SRS

India on Thursday reported a net increase of 71,397 in active coronavirus cases, taking its count to 285,401. India’s share of global active coronavirus cases now stands at 0.79 per cent (one in 127). The country is twenty-third among the countries most affected by active cases. On Wednesday, it added 90,928 cases to take its total caseload from 35,018,358 to 35,109,286 – an increase of 0.26%. And, with 325 new ones, its Covid-19 death toll reached 482,876, or 1.38 percent of the total confirmed infections.

With 9,125,099 more COVID-19 vaccine doses given on Wednesday, the total number of vaccine shots in India so far has reached 1,486,780,227. Meanwhile, the number of recovered coronavirus cases across India reached 34,341,009 – or 97.81 per cent of the total caseload – with 19,206 new cases being reported on Thursday.

Now the twenty-third most affected country by active cases, third by deaths, second in terms of total cases and recoveries, India has added 287,246 cases in the last 7 days.

India now accounts for 0.79% of all active cases (one in every 127 active cases) globally, and 8.82% of all deaths (one in every 11 deaths).

India has given 1,486,780,227 doses of the vaccine so far. This accounts for 4234.72 percent of its total caseload and 106.28% of its population.

The last 10 lakh cases for India have come from here in the last 78 days.

On Thursday, the number of active cases across India saw a net increase of 71,397 as against 42,174 on Wednesday. Maharashtra (21199), Delhi (8418), West Bengal (7567), Tamil Nadu (4165), and Karnataka (3882) have seen the largest daily increase in active cases among states and union territories.

With 19,206 new daily recoveries, India’s recovery rate stands at 97.81%, while the death rate remained unchanged at 1.38%.

Currently the worst-hit Indian states and union territories are Punjab (2.74%), Nagaland (2.18%), and Uttarakhand (2.14%). The rate of over 14 is higher than the national average.

India’s new daily shutdown cases stand at 19,531 – 325 deaths and 19,206 cured. The share of deaths in the total closed cases is 1.69%.

The 5-day moving average is 0.1% of the daily rate apart from the total number of cases in India.

The doubling time of total cases in India is 267.3 days and deaths are 1029.5 days.

Overall, the five states with the biggest 24-hour jump in total cases are Maharashtra (26538), West Bengal (14022), Delhi (10665), Tamil Nadu (4862), and Kerala (4801).

India on Wednesday conducted 1,413,030 coronavirus tests to take the total number of tests conducted in the country to 685,305,751 so far. The test positivity rate recorded was 6.2%.

The five states most affected by the total number of cases are Maharashtra (6757032), Kerala (5263415), Karnataka (3017572), Tamil Nadu (2760449) and Andhra Pradesh (2078376).

Overall, Maharashtra, the worst-affected state, has reported 26538 new cases, taking its tally to 6757032.

Kerala, the second worst-affected state, takes its tally to 5263415, adding 4801 cases to the total.

Karnataka, the third worst-affected state, has reported 4246 cases taking its tally to 3017572.

Tamil Nadu has added 4862 cases to take its tally to 2760449.

Andhra Pradesh has seen its numbers rising from 434 to 2078376.

Uttar Pradesh has added 2036 cases to take its tally to 1716132.

West Bengal has added 14022 cases to take its tally to 1678323.

Delhi has added 10665 cases to take its tally to 1474366.

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