India is currently witnessing the impact of the third wave of coronavirus (Covid-19). Yes, and because of this, more than three lakh cases are being reported every day in the country. Let me tell you all that Corona has so far made people from many major cities its own, although one good thing is that some of the major cities of the country have been hit by the third wave of the corona. Yes, and the effect is that now the cases are declining rapidly here. The list includes The Lily, Mumbai (Delhi), Kolkata and Chennai. At the same time, the cases are still increasing in Bengaluru, Pune, Ahmedabad and Hyderabad, which is a matter of concern.
In fact, Bengaluru and Ahmedabad have registered a decline in daily cases for the last two days. Let me tell you that the big picture that has not been revealed by the covid data of all these eight cities is that the largest urban centres are now contributing less to the daily infections of the country. With the seven-day average of national affairs still rising, the epidemic now seems to be spreading to smaller cities and rural areas. According to the data revealed, Bengaluru has been the worst affected city during the current wave. The state has recorded the highest peak. Let me tell you that the city has registered 3 lakh cases since December 16, which is only short of Delhi's total of 3.4 lakhs.
Mumbai was the first city where the epidemic was at its peak. In fact, the seven-day average here increased to 17,465 before falling on January 12. Kolkata was at the next position, reporting the lowest peak among the four largest metros of 7,069 on January 13. In addition, 11,486 cases of corona infection have been reported in Delhi last year while 45 patients have died. In fact, the corona infection rate in the capital has come down to 16.36 per cent at present. However, the best and most relieving thing in the meantime is that 14,802 people have recovered from infection in the last 24 hours.