New Delhi Coronavirus: Corona virus infection has stabilized in many severely affected countries of the world, in many it is moving towards controlled ups and downs, but due to prevalence due to Tablighi group in India, its growth rate has been accelerated. . However the rate of infection is not uniform across the country. Its growth is declining in the country’s most affected state, Kerala, but Maharashtra still remains a problem.
Due to the deadline of the end of the lockdown, the country now needs to focus on the districts where the virus is the worst. The total number of districts in the country is 720. Out of these, only 10 districts i.e. 1.4 percent have a third outbreak of this epidemic.
Kerala’s declining growth rate
In several states of the country, cases increased sharply last week. Three figures came out of these figures. The graph of cases was seen most in Maharashtra, Tamil Nadu and Delhi. Telangana, Uttar Pradesh and Rajasthan were seen to follow this path but the graph did not show that high. Kerala, Jammu and Kashmir and Karnataka saw a decrease in growth.
Global daily growth rate lowest in three weeks
On March 9, there were more than one million infection cases worldwide. Today their number has exceeded 13 lakhs. About 13-fold increase. The good news is that the growth rate of the case is decreasing. Last week was the lowest growth rate, as a strict lockdown is taking over the world.
Bad phase of countries facing severe outbreak towards end
There were 525 deaths in Italy on Sunday, a sharp decrease from Saturday’s 681. The figure of 70 thousand deaths in the world in four weeks shows that the bad phase in the affected countries is towards an end.