Corona virus spread in the world more than a year ago. But corona cases increased significantly in the past five days compared to the past ten months. On Thursday, the daily cases of coronavirus in the country reached about 40,000.
We were told that on Thursday, 39,670 new cases of coronavirus were discovered. This is the fastest in daily data since November 28 last year. Maharashtra has the highest number of Corona cases. In the past 24 hours, there were 25,833 new cases in Maharashtra.
The exponential growth in everyday affairs
Apart from this, record daily cases have been reported in 15 states and union territories since January. In the past five days, the average daily affairs of seven days have increased by five percent each day. During this period, the incidence growth rate was 5.2 percent, 5.8 percent, 6.6 percent, 7.4 percent and 8.7 percent.
Before that, between May 19-22 of last year, the four-day infection prevalence rate was five percent. Apart from this, the coronavirus death rate is also rising, although the death toll rate is not as fast as it remains worrisome.
150 people died in the past 24 hours
On Thursday, 154 patients died from Corona in the country. The average daily death toll from Corona rose to 150 on Thursday. This is the first time since January 23. Mumbai has the highest number of cases in Maharashtra. In the past 24 hours, there were 2,877 cases in Mumbai. This number is the highest since October 10, 2020.
Meanwhile, daily coronavirus cases are increasing in Punjab. Meanwhile, coronavirus cases are also increasing rapidly in Chandigarh. After November 28, there was a surge in coronavirus cases in Karnataka. In the past 24 hours, 1,488 new cases were reported in Karnataka. Meanwhile, more than a thousand cases have been reported in Chhattisgarh.
160 new strains a day have been found in 400 patients so far
Cases of the new form of the virus spreading around the world are also increasing in India. New strains were confirmed in 160 people in one day. These subspecies include three subspecies from Britain, Brazil and South Africa. In India, eight new strain patients were found in December. To date, new strains have been confirmed in 400 patients.