Looking at the statistics of the Union Ministry of Health, besides Maharashtra, Delhi, more Covid-19 cases are coming in Kerala, West Bengal and Haryana.
New Delhi| As the overall new cases of COVID-19 reduce in India, the country is recording less than 50000 fresh cases every day. The number of daily cases has decreased in most states but contrary to this trend, cases are increasing daily in Delhi. For the first time, more than 8,000 new cases were registered here on Wednesday. The Delhi government has agreed that there is a third wave of Corona.
In view of the festivals, an appeal has also been made that the crowd in the markets should be controlled. Chhath Puja has also been banned in public places. At the same time, the Maharashtra government estimates that another wave of COVID-19 may be seen in January-February. In such a situation, the health department has been instructed to be prepared beforehand.
Less than 50000 cases for the fifth consecutive day
According to the Health Department, 47,905 new cases of Covid-19 have been reported in the last 24 hours. This is the fifth consecutive day when cases have been less than 50000. During this period, 550 patients died due to which the death toll has increased to 1,28,121. Active cases also remain below 5 lakh. There were 4,89,294 cases of corona in the country on Thursday morning. The recovery rate has also increased to 92.89%. So far 80,66,502 patients of Corona have recovered in the country.
Delhi, Maharashtra, Bengal and Kerala are cause for concern
Delhi is currently is reporting most of the new Coronavirus cases in India. Looking at the statistics of the Union Ministry of Health, besides Maharashtra, Delhi, more cases are coming in Kerala, West Bengal and Haryana.
The case positivity rate in Delhi is 13.4 per cent which is very high. In Delhi, the total number of cases of corona infection has reached 4,59,975. Out of this, 4,10,118 patients have been cured. The number of active cases is 42,629. So far 7,228 people have died from Coronavirus in the national capital.
Possibility of the second wave in Maharashtra
The Government of Maharashtra is anticipating that the state may face a second wave of Corona in January-February next year. A document of six pages suggests making several arrangements to deal with it including cracker-free Diwali. The government will also monitor diseases such as influenza so that early signs of corona outbreak can be detected.