Covid Cases In India: India has once again seen an increase in Covid cases. In the last three weeks, the cases of Kovid infection have increased continuously. Last week, 1898 new corona cases were recorded across the country. Although, the total number of cases is very less now, but the figures of increase in corona cases are definitely alerting.
The week ending last Sunday saw an increase of 63 per cent in the Corona case. While it saw an increase of 39 percent in the last week and 13 percent before that. Most of the new cases have come up in South India and Maharashtra.
no increase in deaths
This increase in corona cases is being seen at a time when flu cases in the country have seen a spurt in recent times. Meanwhile, it is a matter of relief that there has been no increase in the death rate. However, testing has been very low and needs to be increased.
According to Kovid figures, 1898 new cases were registered in the country last week. Corona virus Cases of infection were registered. In its first two weeks, 1163 and 839 cases were registered respectively. This number is not very high now, but if it continues to grow like this, it will be a cause for concern.
Cases increasing since 5 weeks
The increase in corona cases may have attracted attention since 3 weeks, but in reality this number has been increasing for 5 consecutive weeks. A slight increase was observed in the first two weeks. This is the longest Covid increase ever since the Corona wave in July last year. In 2022, between 18 and 25 July, 1.4 lakh corona cases were registered. Since then, except for three short periods of more than two weeks, there was a steady decline in Covid cases. The weekly corona case had reached 707 during January 23-29 this year.
During February 27, 2023 to March 5, a large number of the latest figures are from South India and Maharashtra. The maximum number of 473 cases were registered in Karnataka. After this, 410 cases were recorded in Kerala and 287 in Maharashtra.
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