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India COVID-19 Death Count rises to 590. check Covid-19 updates

India COVID-19 Death Count Rises to 590. As per the reports released by the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare in Maharashtra COVID-19 deaths is 232, Gujarat 71, Delhi 47, Madhya Pradesh 74, Telangana 23, Tamil Nadu 17, Karnataka 16, Andhra Pradesh 20.

As on 21st April 2020, 8.00 GMT+530 total active COVID-19 cases in India is 14759, Cured discharged 3251 and In Maharashtra total confirmed cases is 4666, Delhi 2081, Gujarat 1939, Madhya Pradesh 1485, Rajasthan 1576, Tamil Nadu 1520, Uttar Pradesh 1184.

According to the DAILY COVID-19 Bulletin from PIB  India’s doubling rate improved to 7.5 as compared to 3.4 for the week before the lockdown.

For more details about Corona Virus Bulletin Updates follow MOHFW India official website mohfw.gov.in.

India COVID-19 Death Count rises to 590, Doubling rate improved to 7.5

Government of India is taking several steps along with States/ UTs for prevention, containment and management of COVID-19. In consolidation with the guidelines issued for 20th April 2020 by MHA officers and officials to take precautionary measures i.e to avoid the gathering of 5 or more people, maintain adequate distance between each other

India COVID-19 Death count as on 21st April 2020 is 590. The doubling rate of COVID-19 cases calculated using growth over the past seven days indicates that India’s doubling rate for the week before the lockdown was 3.4 and has improved to 7.5 as on 19th April 2020.

These 18 states that have shown improvement in doubling rate as compared to the national average. Also, There are now 59 additional districts from 23 states/ UTs that have not reported any fresh cases during the last 14 days.

Doubling Rate: Less than 20 days

  • Delhi (UT)- 8.5 days
  • Karnataka- 9.2 days
  • Telangana- 9.4 days
  • Andhra Pradesh- 10.6 days
  • J&K (UT)- 11.5 days
  • Punjab- 13.1 days
  • Chhattisgarh – 13.3 days
  • Tamil Nadu- 14 days
  • Bihar- 16.4 days

Also Doubling rate: Between 20 days to 30 days:

  • A&N (UT) – 20.1 days
  • Haryana – 21 days
  • Himachal Pradesh – 24.5 days
  • Chandigarh (UT)- 25.4 days
  • Assam – 25.8 days
  • Uttarakhand – 26.6 days
  • Ladakh (UT) – 26.6 days

And Doubling rate: More than 30 days:

  • Odisha – 39.8 days
  • Kerala – 72.2 days

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