There is a possibility of getting relief from the corona epidemic spreading in India. Now only 100 districts are left in the country, where the corona positivity rate is more than 10 percent. According to the data released by the Health Department, 44,877 new patients of corona infection were reported across the country on Sunday, which is the first time since January 4 that it came down below 50,000. The number of cases of covid across the country on Sunday was about 5,37,045.
Let us tell you that there has been a rapid decline in the case of corona infection. There has been a decline of 56 percent in corona infections as compared to last week. With this, it is expected that next week the number of active cases of corona will come down to less than 5 lakhs. If we look at the data of the national weekly positivity rate, it was 4.46 percent on Sunday, while it was measured at 10.20 percent in the last week.
There is still danger of corona in five states
According to the data of the Ministry of Health, between February 5 and 11, a total of 105 districts registered a positivity rate of more than 10 percent. The states where the positivity rate is more than 10 percent in more than 10 percent of the districts are – Rajasthan (17), Kerala (14), Maharashtra, Arunachal Pradesh, Mizoram in 11-11 districts the positivity rate has been found to be more than 10 percent. .
Discount given after reduction in corona cases
Amidst the decrease in corona cases across the country, the process of getting many exemptions in restrictions has also started. In view of the decrease in corona cases, many restrictions are being relaxed from Monday. Schools from primary to 8th have been reopened in many states including Delhi, Uttar Pradesh. Apart from this, exemption has been given in the rule of quarantine for 7 days for people coming from abroad in Delhi from February 14. According to the new information issued by the Health Department for foreign travelers, they will have to self-monitor their health for the next 14 days after reaching India.