NEW DELHI:Positivity rate of Maharashtra keeps on fixing the inspiration rate graph however new states have developed as hotspots over the 14-day time frame from July 15 to July 28 even as the national pace of all out affirmed cases per 100 tests has ascended to 11.2% from 10% in the first fortnight.
Following Maharashtra with an inspiration pace of 21% are Karnataka (18%), Bihar (16%), West Bengal (15%), Andhra Pradesh (14%) and Odisha (11%). Recent hotspots, for example, Delhi, Gujarat and Telangana are presently at the eleventh, tenth and seventh positions, individually.
An inspiration pace of 5% or beneath over a 14-day time frame is viewed as safe for loosening up lockdown measures. Anything over that is viewed as a ‘red zone’. Likewise, higher the inspiration rate, likelier that solitary the most broken down are being tried and an enormous tainted populace stays untested.
Delhi has gained astounding ground with its inspiration rate descending from 15% (July 2-15) to 6% (July 15-28). Toward the beginning of June, Delhi’s pace of affirmed cases had ascended to 30%. Telangana, as well, has indicated a descending pattern with its energy rate declining from 19% to 10%. In Gujarat, it has descended from 10.6% to 6.5% of Positivity rate
TN and Gujarat, which were including an enormous number of cases each fortnight, have seen a log jam with the energy rate descending from 11% to 10% in TN and 11% to 7% in Gujarat
Among the new emerging hot spots are New Jersey’s Camden County and Mercer County, which includes Princeton and Trenton. These counties had not been on the hot spot list since April 13.
Burlington County, New Jersey was also added to the Positivity rate list, last appearing on April 25.
Atlantic County, New Jersey, which includes Atlantic City, has also returned to the Positivity rate list, last appearing on May 3.
Gloucester County and Ocean County remain on the Positivity rate list.