The country is now on the way to recover from the second wave of the Corona epidemic, but cases of infection are still increasing in Kerala, Maharashtra and Northeast states. These new concerns have started because of the R factor, which tells how many people infected with corona are likely to infect other people. The infectivity rate, which was decreasing in the last week of June, suddenly increased in the period between 20 June and 7 July. During this period, out of the 10 states in the country where concerns have arisen due to the Corona case, seven are in the Northeast. Of these, Sikkim had the highest number of corona cases.
On behalf of the Ministry of Health, it has been said that the central government team is working at the ground level in the states where there are more cases of corona infection. It has also been said that Covid-19 is not over yet. On the increased cases of Covid-19 in Maharashtra and Kerala, Dr Bharati Parveen Pawar of the Ministry of Health said, the central government team is working at the ground level. We are constantly monitoring the situation, regularly taking feedback from the state governments. Covid-19 is not over yet.
Kerala has more than 1 lakh active cases
Kerala recorded 12,220 new cases of Covid-19 and the death of 97 infected on Sunday. After this, the total number of infected people in the state has gone up to 30,65,336 and the death toll has increased to 14,586 so far. At the same time, 12,502 people have become healthy in 24 hours and so far the total number of people who have recovered has increased to 29,35,423. At present, there are 1,14,844 active cases in Kerala. The most infected districts here are in Malappuram (1,861), Kozhikode (1,428), Thrissur (1,307), Ernakulam (1,128), Kollam (1,012), Thiruvananthapuram (1,009) and Palakkad (990).
No less cases in Maharashtra
On Sunday, 8,535 new infections were found in Maharashtra. At the same time, 6,013 people beat the infection and 350 people died. So far 61.57 lakh people have come under the grip of infection. Of these, 59.12 lakh people have been cured, while 1.25 lakh people have died. At present, there are 1.16 lakh active cases in the state.
There is not a single case of Delta Plus in Tripura
A statement was issued by the Government of India that there is not a single case of Delta Plus in Tripura. It was told, 'There was news of increase in the cases of Delta Plus variant in Tripura. Between April and May 2021, 152 samples tested positive and were sent to NIBMG Kalyani for genome sequencing. It didn't have Delta Plus cases. In this, 3 samples were found infected with B.1.1.7, while 11 samples were infected with B.1.617.1 (kappa) and 138 were infected with B.1.617.2 (delta). In view of the decrease in the cases of infection here, in Agartala, Ranirbazar, Jirania Nagar, Udaipur, Kailashahar, Dharmanagar, Khowai, Belonia, Kumarghat, Teliyamura, Sonamura Nagar, Amarpur Nagar and Sabroom Nagar, Covid curfew was announced to continue till July 17.
Assam and Manipur
In Assam, 1,579 new infections were found, 2,793 people came out of the grip of infection and 16 new deaths were recorded, while in Manipur 911 new infected were identified and 14 infected died. Here 570 people recovered from the infection. Here the recovery rate has gone up to 89.05 percent.