- 24% i.e. 5538 are patients who have recovered and gone home
- 17% are infected patients with symptoms of corona
- Out of 1019 dead, 383 i.e. 38% are female and 636 i.e. 62% are male
May 15, 2020, 10:21 PM IST
Mumbai. Corona infection has taken serious form in the state. More than 100 people have died here in the last two days. The number of people who lost their lives in the state has increased to 1019. Maharashtra has the highest number of 27,524 corona infected patients in the country. The state currently has a mortality rate of 3.70%. At the same time, the rate in the country is 3.23%.
On March 17, the first death due to infection occurred in the state
The first death case due to infection was reported on March 17 in the state. After this, on 13 April i.e. 24 days, the number of dead reached 100. However, the death toll from the corona rose sharply thereafter. In about 34 days, the death toll rose 10 times to 1000. 55 percent of these deaths occurred within 14 days of May. It took just 2-2 days to reach the number of dead 800, 900 and now one thousand. In the case of death due to corona in the country, Gujarat comes after Maharashtra, where 566 people have died so far.
|The death||The date||How many days|
|First death||17 March|
|100 deaths||10 April||24 days|
|500th death||03 May||24 days|
|800th death||10 May||07 days|
|900th death||12 May||02 days|
|1000th death||14 May||02 days|
On average, 50 people died every day in May
The first case of infection in Maharashtra came on 9 March. The first death occurred on 17 March. By March 31, 10 people had died in the state due to the infection, while 302 cases were reported. After this the infection spread so fast that in the first week of April, Maharashtra became the state with the highest number of deaths and infections in the country. 32% of the country's cases are here. 38% of the deaths have also occurred in this state. A new trend of deaths was seen in May. Now more than 50 people are being killed here everyday.
From this chart, understand how the death toll in Maharashtra increased compared to the total deaths in the country.
850 people in Corona state are in critical condition
In an analysis of 23,314 patients in the state, it was found that 51% of the people who got corona infection did not show any symptoms. That is, the symptoms of corona infection, such as cough or cold, are not among them, but the virus is confirmed in the report. There are 17% who have symptoms of corona. 4% i.e. 850 such patients, whose condition is serious. 24% i.e. 5538 are patients who have recovered and gone home.
636 men and 38% women were among the dead.
In the analysis of 25895 cases it has also been revealed that 9944 i.e. 38% women and 15951 i.e. 62% percent of men are corona infected. Out of 1019 dead, 383 i.e. 38% are females and 62% are males. Their number is 636.
Only 12.4% patients were found corona positive in the state
So far, 2 lakh 50 thousand people have been tested in the state, out of which 1 lakh 40 thousand tests have been done in government lab and 1 lakh 10 thousand tests have been done in private lab. Of these, 87.54% patients were found to be negative and 12.46% positive.
More than a thousand infected in the state for 9 consecutive days
More than a thousand patients have been exposed for the ninth consecutive day in Maharashtra. On Thursday, 1602 new cases were reported in the state. In May, 16 thousand 883 new cases were reported, which is 61.3 percent of the total cases in the state so far.
Apart from Mumbai, it is also hot spots of Corona
On Thursday, 991 new corona cases were reported in the capital Mumbai, the highest number of cases in a single day. Now there are 16 thousand 738 cases in Mumbai. With 25 deaths, now the death toll has reached 621 here. Along with this, Pune (3314 cases, 175 deaths), Thane (3287 cases, 36 deaths), Aurangabad (716 cases, 19 deaths), Solapur (344 cases, 21 deaths), Nashik (807 cases, 34 deaths), Nagpur ( 317 cases, 2) are also vulnerable to corona virus.
Maximum infection among 21 to 30 year olds
People with corona infection have the highest number of young people. This has been confirmed in 5262 aged 21 to 30, 5167 youth in 31 to 40 age group. Experts believe that this class is staying out of the houses despite the lockdown. This is 42.8 percent of the total cases reported so far. 1726 cases of 11 to 20 years have been reported.