Covid 19

India’s Coronavirus Trajectory: One Lakh Cases In 110 Days, One Lakh To Three Lakh In Just 25 Days

It took 5 days for India to record Coronavirus cases from 2 lakh to 2.5 lakh and just 5 days for 2.5 lakh to 3 lakh cases.


New Delhi| Coronavirus cases in the country crossed 3 lakh mark on Friday. Now India is the fourth country in the world, where more than 3 lakh people have fallen prey to the deadly virus.

On January 30, the first case of the coronavirus was reported in the country. 110 days later, on May 10, this number increased to one lakh. Then the speed of transmission was so rapid that in the next 25 days the figure crossed three lakhs.

On the other hand, the authorities claim it is a matter of relief that in spite of having a population of 125 crores, the pace of coronavirus infection in India is much slower than other countries. More than 3 lakh people became Coronavirus positive the fastest in the US i.e. within 82 days.

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On May 6, Corona figure in the country was 50 thousand. That means it took 98 days from the beginning of the transmission reach this number in the country. After this, the pace increased. The next 50 thousand cases were reported in just 12 days.

Then it took 8 days for one lakh to 1.5 lakh cases and 7 days for 1.5 lakh to 2 lakh cases. Now 50 thousand cases are coming every five days. It took 5 days for 2 lakh to 2.5 lakh cases and just 5 days for 2.5 lakh to 3 lakh cases.

It is a matter of relief that India’s recovery rate is much better than other countries. So far, out of three lakh patients, one and a half lakh patients have been cured. The recovery rate is 49.34%. Meaning 49 patients out of every 100 are recovering.

The UK has the lowest recovery rate. So far, only 0.076% of 2.93 lakh patients have been cured. Russia has the best recovery rate among the list of the four most affected countries. Here patients are recovering at the rate of 51.97%. The US recovery rate is 39.05%.


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