Cases of the second wave of Corona increased 20 times in 102 days, we understand the epidemic through data

Cases of the second wave of Corona increased 20 times in 102 days, we understand the epidemic through data

The first wave of the Corona epidemic in India, which began in February 2020 last year, reached its climax in September after eight months. On September 16, the first wave saw the largest number of daily cases at 9,7859. After that, the daily cases gradually diminished in the first wave. This decline continued until February 8, 2021 as daily cases decreased to 8,715. After that the increase in daily affairs began and continued until the peak of the second wave. In such a case, if on February 8, 2021, assuming the end of the first wave, consider the beginning of the second wave on February 9, then by May 20, the second wave will have completed 102 days. This period saw a jump of nearly 20 times the total number of active cases.

The first wave

September 16, 2020

Daily affairs

97859

Currently infected cases

10,10,614

The first wave

08 February 2020

Daily affairs

8,715 active cases

1,45,690

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The second wave

May 06, 2021

Daily affairs

4,14,433

Currently infected cases

36,53,804

The second wave

May 20, 2021

Daily affairs

2,59,269

Currently infected cases

30,33,408

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Conclusion

Total days of the second wave so far (February 9 to May 20) = 102 days

Total active states in the second wave (30,33,408-1,45,690) = 28,87,718

An increase of 19.82 times compared to the active cases on February 9th

Try to prevent infection from growing in small states

The Federal Minister of Health expressed his concern about the rate of increase in infection in small countries. He said that these countries should be careful in taking preventive measures. You should see where the indolence is occurring. Coronavirus infection cannot be prevented without tightening. He emphasized testing, tracking and treating formulas to reduce infection. In addition, it was necessary to preserve the mask and the distance. That being said, Corona infection can be controlled by carefully following these methods.

Harshvardan also asked the states to increase vaccination. The central government is said to provide 70 percent of the second dose of vaccination. So why isn’t the vaccination campaign gaining traction. He also asked states and federal territories not to let the vaccine go to waste.

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