Corona cases are increasing in many parts including the capital of the country, Delhi. If we talk about Delhi, the capital of the country, then the number of cases of corona coming in a day has gone above 1000. On the other hand, if we talk about Mumbai, 2,956 cases have been reported in the last twenty four hours. In view of the increasing cases of corona, the fourth wave of Covid 19 is being estimated. It is to be known that only a few weeks ago, the requirement of masks was removed in these cities.
According to the report of the Health Department in Delhi, the cases of Covid which came on Tuesday are the highest since May 10 this year. Earlier on May 8, 1422 Covid cases were registered in Delhi. During this the positivity rate was 5.34 percent. Although some experts believe that the fourth wave of Covid will not come, the researchers of IIT Kanpur had earlier predicted that the fourth wave of coronavirus will come in the country in June-July and it will reach a large level in August.
On Friday, the Center had expressed concern over the slight increase in Covid-19 cases in some states. Then a letter was written to Tamil Nadu, Telangana, Maharashtra, Karnataka and Kerala to keep an eye on Covid. Although the infection of corona is mild right now, there is no chance of hospitalisation and the mortality rate is low.
Researchers had said that the fourth wave will start from 22 June 2022, which will reach its peak on 23 August 2022, which will end on 24 October 2022. At the same time, ICMR expert Samiran Panda said on the increasing cases of corona that it is wrong to say that the fourth wave is coming. Because right now we need to know about the district level data.
Earlier on May 10, the capital had recorded over a thousand cases (1,118) last time, with a positivity rate of 4.38 per cent and one death. Now the active cases of coronavirus infection have increased to 3177 in the capital.At the same time, till now a total of 18,85,130 patients have become corona free after beating this epidemic.With this, the death toll has reached 26,223 so far.