Corona raises disaster in these six states, Health Ministry data expresses concern

New Delhi: The corona epidemic has created a worldwide hue and cries, meanwhile, India is currently witnessing the third wave of the corona, leading to an increase in corona cases in many states and union territories. This has added to the problem of the Union Health Ministry. However, in a metropolis like Mumbai, the figure for new cases is less than before. But there are still some regions where the corona appears uncontrolled.

The same Union Health Ministry has said that corona continues to be a problem in Maharashtra, Karnataka, Tamil Nadu, Kerala, Delhi and the electoral state of UP. These states have increased the weekly positivity rate in the week ended January 20 compared to the week ended January 13.

If you look at the figures, Maharashtra first has 20.35% and now 22.12%, Karnataka has recorded 6.78% and now 15.12%, Tamil Nadu 10.70% and now 20.50%, Kerala 12.28% and now 32.34%, Delhi 21.70% and now 30.53%, UP 3.32% and now 6.33% positivity rate, which is a matter of trouble. The Health Ministry said that there are 515 districts across the country where the positivity rate has been more than 5 per cent last week. Rajesh Bhushan, secretary, ministry of health, said at a press conference, "The fourth wave of the corona is currently being observed in the world. 29 lakh cases have been registered daily in the last 1 week. Corona cases have decreased in Africa in the last 4 weeks, corona cases have increased in Asia, while cases in Europe have decreased.'

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