India’s COVID epidemic is the world’s fastest

India's COVID epidemic is the world's fastest

India’s COVID-19 epidemic is the world’s fastest. At the starting of this epidemic, India has good control over this virus infection. But after some time has loosened grip its grip on the virus.


This virus has already taken many lives in the country. Indian doctors are giving their best to get the victory on this virus which is truly respectful and appreciable. But that wasn’t enough for the virus. The new update has come on this epidemic.


With India’s COVID epidemic, Coronavirus cases in India keep continuing to increase according to the sources country’s overall total case reached 15.3 lakh on July 29.
India added 48,513 fresh cases in the last 24 hours. At least 768 people give up to the lethal virus, according to the Health Ministry’s 8 a.m. update on Wednesday, July 29.

The corona-virus epidemic is now increasing at the fastest from the rest of the world. It is increasing by 20% in the last week. This means that India has more than 1.4 million confirmed cases.

Infections in India have reached to 1.43 million, including 32,771 deaths. India’s health ministry said, with daily cases that is close to a record of 50,000 people on Monday. India is only trailing the US and Brazil now in the number of confirmed infections, but its growth in the new cases is the fastest.

These are a few states that have most COVID-19 cases :

  • Maharashtra
  • Tamil Nadu
  • Andhra Pradesh
  • Karnataka

India has been boosting testing. Already 515,472 samples taken on Sunday, this data is according to the Indian Council of Medical Research.

India's COVID epidemic is the world's fastest

India and Brazil have the world’s lowest COVID-19 testing rates that are as follows:

  • India has 11.8 tests
  • Brazil has 11.93 tests per 1,000 people

Some best COVID-19 testing rate in the world are as follows:

  • The U.S. with 152.98 tests per 1,000 people
  • Russia with 184.34 per 1000 people

These are the 2 countries which some best testing rates according to Oxford University in the United Kingdom.

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