As India’s coronavirus curve steepens, the number of reported cases has jumped more than 50 per cent over the past few days. Even after walking a razor edge inside the race to develop a vaccine, we are still far from eliminating the risk. While the only handy solution, which is the countrywide lockdown has been extended till May 3, and the central government has announced a set of guidelines to be followed during the extended lockdown, the Coronavirus India state-wise count table is still rising even while you read about it here. To keep a tab on the casualties, POPXo is offering a live - India COVID-19 tracker to keep you updated about the current situation of the country.
On one hand, Arunachal Pradesh state police have taken a step forward and started using drones in several districts for surveillance in order to keep a check on movement of people amid the nationwide lockdown, the number of COVID-19 cases state-wise surge two-fold in Delhi and Mumbai. And despite the slowing trajectory, India’s case count could possibly reach 50,000 in a matter of eight days. COVID-19 active cases in India continues to be steeper compared to our Asian peers such as Japan, Indonesia, and Pakistan.
POPxo’s - India COVID-19 tracker map will give you up-to-date information about the COVID-19 active cases in India and allow you to see the changing numbers. Just hover over the state for more details and get a detailed analysis of the cumulative spread trends of the discovered cases, the deaths and the recovered patients across the country.
The Indian government has listed 170 districts across the country as COVID-19 hotspots areas in India. They are all prosperous, dense and urban districts with a considerable number of poor people who may not be able to access government services. The country is likely to see a staggered resumption of economic activity with the current lockdown situation being the strictest in the COVID-19 hotspot areas.
As per the India COVID-19 tracker map, India’s death toll as of last evening was 881, roughly double of what it was eleven days back. Still, with the current rate of compounded growth, the number of COVID-19 active cases in India could rise to 50,000 in the next eight days, which will immensely strain an already weak health system.
It changes rapidly
This data changes rapidly and might not reflect some cases still being reported immediately.
It only includes people tested
The number of cases only include people who were tested and confirmed positive. Testing rules and availability vary according to the available resources. Some areas .may not have data for the reason that they haven’t published their data or haven’t done so recently
Why do I see different data from different sources?
There are various sources that are tracking and aggregating coronavirus data. They update at different times and may have different ways of gathering data.
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