Coronavirus Updates: Average Daily COVID19 Cases Jump 238 Per Cent

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Taking a look at the data for the last 24 hours released every morning by the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, it is clear that according to the total cases reported between December 22 and 28, compared to the average of daily cases, from December 29, The daily average of the figures released between January 4 has more than tripled, with an overall increase of 238 percent.

According to MoHFW data on 22 December, 6,317 new cases of COVID-19 were registered during the last 24 hours across the country, the same figure as 7,495 on 23 December, 6,650 on 24 December, 7,189 on 25 December, 6,987 on 26 December, 27 It was 6,531 on December and 6,358 on 28 December. In this way, a total of 47,527 new Kovid cases were registered in the country in a week, with a daily average of about 6,790.

In the following week, 9,195 on December 29, 13,154 on December 30, 16,764 on the last day of the year, that is, December 31, according to the data released on the first day of the new year, i.e. on January 1, 22,775 in India during the last 24 hours, 27,553 on January 2, 33,750 on January 3 and 37,379 new Kovid cases were registered across the country according to the data released on Tuesday, ie on January 4. In this way, a total of 1,60,570 new COVID-19 cases were registered in this week, with a daily average of around 22,939.

So, in the past week alone, the daily average Covid cases figure has increased by 238 per cent from 6,790 to 22,939, but according to medical experts and government statements, the symptoms in this wave are mild, and most cases do not require hospitalization. It is coming, so there is no need to panic.

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