NEW DELHI: Maharashtra continues to prime the positivity price chart however new states have emerged as hotspots over the 14-day interval from July 15 to July 28 even because the nationwide price of whole confirmed circumstances per 100 exams has […]
Following Maharashtra with a positivity price of 21% are Karnataka (18%), Bihar (16%), West Bengal (15%), Andhra Pradesh (14%) and Odisha (11%). Erstwhile hotspots similar to Delhi, Gujarat and Telangana are actually on the 11th, 10th and seventh positions, respectively.
A positivity price of 5% or under over a 14-day interval is taken into account protected for stress-free lockdown measures. Something above that’s thought of a ‘purple zone’. Additionally, larger the positivity price, likelier that solely the sickest are being examined and a big contaminated inhabitants stays untested.
Delhi has made exceptional progress with its positivity price coming down from 15% (July 2-15) to six% (July 15-28). In early June, Delhi’s price of confirmed circumstances had risen to 30%. Telangana, too, has proven a downward development with its positivity price declining from 19% to 10%. In Gujarat, it has come down from 10.6% to six.5%.
TN and Gujarat, which have been including numerous circumstances each fortnight, have seen a slowdown with the positivity price coming down from 11% to 10% in TN and 11% to 7% in Gujarat.