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38% of India’s Covid-19 instances reported from 5 states

Nearly 38% of recent instances which have come for the reason that day India’s tally crossed one million Covid-19 infections have come from 5 states — Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Uttar Pradesh, West Bengal and Bihar. These states collectively had been accountable for lower than 19% of instances earlier than July 16 – the day India hit the million-mark.

Delhi, which was accountable for almost 12% of the nation’s first million instances, has reported lower than 3% of the brand new instances within the second million. These statistics present how the unfold of the Sars-CoV-2 has shifted geographies within the final three weeks, concentrating on the hinterland and the southern peninsula as an alternative of simply the ‘Big Three’ – Maharashtra, Tamil Nadu and Delhi.

 

THE FIRST MILLION

When India’s complete caseload crossed the million-mark on July 16, round 56% of all instances could possibly be traced to the ‘Big Three’. Maharashtra (284,281 instances) alone was accountable for 28.3% of all instances, adopted by Tamil Nadu (156,369 infections) with 15.6% instances within the nation and Delhi (118,645 instances) constituted 11.8% of the nationwide tally.

THE SECOND MILLION

After July 16, loads modified in the best way the virus unfold within the nation. Among the worst-hit areas, Delhi had the perfect price of case progress within the nation. The share of the Capital’s instances dropped to 2.2% from 11.8%.

Maharashtra, nevertheless, continued to be worst-hit area, contributing almost a fifth of the instances reported after July 16. Andhra Pradesh jumped from the eight spot to the second spot , accountable for almost 16% of the instances. With 122,775 instances since July 16, Tamil Nadu dropped to the third highest contributor to the second million (12.1%).

Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Uttar Pradesh, West Bengal and Bihar, which accounted for lower than 19% of the primary million, reported almost 42% of recent instances since July 16.

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