Coronovirus cases in the three most difficult states of India have received significantly less relief on Monday, helping the country with more than 50,000 daily creeps compared to the previous week.
Coronavirus cases recorded a 42 percent decline in Delhi compared to the previous day – 1,075 to 613, 20 percent in Andhra Pradesh – 7,627 to 6,051 and in Maharashtra 16 percent – 9,431 to 7,924, the data showed.
According to the Union Ministry of Health, the number helped reduce its one-day increase in COVID-19 cases in the country to 47,703, taking India’s coronovirus tally to 14.83 lakh. The number of deaths due to the disease rose to 33,425 with 654 new deaths.
The ministry also noted that India’s COVID-19 fatality rate fell from 3.33 percent on June 18 to 3.33 percent at present.
“India continues its march as one of the lowest mortality countries in the world,” underlining that the achievement is a result of effective implementation of joint partnership strategy with house-to-house surveys, invasive testing and standard clinical Was. Management protocols based on the overall standard of care approach.
The ministry said that India has recovered more than 30,000 for the fifth consecutive day.
However, despite the encouraging numbers, the rate at which infection is spreading in the country is far higher than that of the US and Brazil – the two most hit countries in the world and currently the only one above India in total cases.
The average of seven days of daily increase in coronavirus cases showed India to grow at a rate of 3.6 percent on Tuesday, much higher than the US’s 1.7 percent and Brazil’s 2.4 percent.
If the rate is not reduced, India is at risk as the country surpassing the US with the most cases in two months.