Last week, the national average of seven days was 28,551. While this figure has crossed the 40,000 mark this week. The rate of new cases has increased by 66 percent.
The second wave of Corona raised concern
Coronavirus cases are continuously increasing in India. Shocking figures are coming out in the days to come. Cases in the country are increasing at the rate of rates not seen since May last year. There are two states from where record breaking cases are coming out. The way Corona cases are coming up every day, it seems that despite the Vaccination Program, the condition of second wave can be worse than First Wave.
On Thursday, 59,074 new cases of corona were reported in India, which is the highest in a single day since October 17, ie, about 159 days. Due to the havoc of the second wave in the country, the cases of corona are seen to be constantly increasing. The first wave of Corona was brought under control in November last year.
Things are worse in Maharashtra and Gujarat
There are two states in the country, where the highest number of cases are coming daily. Not only this, in these two states (Maharashtra and Gujarat), First Wave has also crossed the peak level. At the same time, Corona Peak has also reached in Punjab.
According to the data, corona is spreading very fast in some states of India. In some districts where there was not a single case of corona, those districts have also come and are coming into the Containment Zone. This week, on an average, 47,442 cases of corona were reported every day. The cases reported this week were the highest since October 28.
66% increase in rate of new cases
Last week, the national average of seven days was 28,551. While this figure has crossed the 40,000 mark this week. The rate of new cases has increased by 66 percent. In May last year, around 3,500 new cases were coming from all over India every day. But currently more than 47,000 cases are being reported daily, which is worrying.
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