More than 1.25 lakh cases of corona virus have been reported in India and 3,720 people have died. If you look at the statistics of the rest of the world, you can see that many lives have been saved in India due to Corona. However, the number of Kovid-19 cases in India is now increasing rapidly. Last week, where an average of 3800 cases were coming daily. This week the figure has risen to 5500+.
In the last 24 hours, 6,654 new cases have been reported, according to figures released by the Union Health Ministry on Saturday morning. 137 people have died during this period. The death toll is 3,720 against 1.25 lakh cases. The mortality rate is about 3%. It is among the four countries with the lowest mortality rate in the world.
India is in a better position than other countries.
If we look at the death ratio cases, India and Germany are almost in the same place. As of Friday, there is one death in every 39.18 cases in India. In Germany the figure is 37.27. Germany is a country whose Covid-19 content model has been highly praised. Russia is in the best position. Where one in every 115 cases is dying. In less than 10 cases, one has died in countries such as Italy, Spain, and the United Kingdom.
Among the countries with more than one lakh cases, India’s Covid-19 mortality rate is 2.9%, which is lower than Russia, Turkey and Peru. The mortality rate in Brazil, USA is more than 5%. The martial rate is about 10% in Spain, 14.24% in Italy, 14.36% in the UK and 15.52% in France.
India’s mortality rate in the test comes after Russia. There is one death per 755 Tests in India. One patient dies after 37 tests in Brazil. The figure is 49 in France, 86 in the UK, 100 in Italy and the US. There are 140 tests.
The immune system of the people of India and the countries around India is amazing. So fewer deaths are occurring. India has a large number of young and rural populations, with the spread of the strain caused by the virus being low in addition to the BCG vaccination for TB. The low death toll may be the reason behind it.
Lockdowns 1 and 2 are expected to prevent 14 to 29 lakh cases and 54,000 deaths, according to government figures. The Boston Consulting Group study also said that the lockdown could save 1.2 million to 2.1 million lives.