25 of the state’s 30 districts registered zero Covid-19 cases
In a strong indicator that the epidemic is nearing an end in Karnataka, 25 of the state’s 30 districts registered zero Covid-19 cases on Monday. This is the biggest number of districts reporting no new cases in a single day since the epidemic began on March 8, 2020.
Bengaluru Urban (40 instances), Chitradurga (2), Kolar (3), Mysuru (1), and Yadgir (1) were the five districts that did register Covid-19 cases (2).
According to the health department bulletin, these were the districts that contributed to the total of 48 Covid-19 instances added to the count, which stood at 39,45,359 on Monday.
The state’s positive rating has fallen from 6.21 percent in the third wave on February 5 to 6.02 percent. The first two waves, on the other hand, had substantially greater positivity rate peaks.
The greatest positive rate recorded in the first wave was 12.54 percent on September 27, 2020, while the lowest in the second wave was 8.81 percent on June 4, 2021. On July 20, 2020, when the first wave of the pandemic was wreaking havoc on the state’s population, Karnataka’s recovery rate was a dismal 35.29 percent.
It peaked at 98.06 percent on January 30, 2021, when the wave was at its peak, before falling to 69.83 percent on May 11, 2021, when the severe second wave riding the Delta variety crested.On Monday, the recovery rate increased to 98.94%.
The number of active cases in the third wave increased from 9,386 on January 1 this year to 3,62,487 on January 24 – a 23-day increase. On Monday, the number of cases had dropped to 1,719 from the previous day. The dramatic increase in active cases has been linked to the considerably milder Omicron version of SARS-CoV-2, which was, however, more transmissible than the prior variations.
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