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Data | India accounts for six% of the world’s COVID-19 instances registered in April

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In India, Maharashtra continues to bear the brunt each by way of instances and deaths

In April, 6% of world COVID-19 instances have been from India, six occasions greater than the share in February. Also, in April, 2% of world COVID-19-related deaths have been from India, once more over six occasions greater than the share in February. India’s share of instances and deaths is quick approaching the primary wave’s peak (9.9% of world instances, 6.7% of world deaths) noticed in September final 12 months. In India, Maharashtra continues to bear the brunt each by way of instances and deaths. However, in April, resulting from a surge in instances in Chhattisgarh, Uttar Pradesh, Delhi and Karnataka, Maharashtra’s share diminished considerably. In phrases of deaths too there’s a marginal decline in Maharashtra’s share, following a pointy rise in Chhattisgarh’s and Uttar Pradesh’s share in complete deaths.

Global instances

The desk lists the share (%) of instances in a rustic of the worldwide instances between Sept. ‘20 and April ‘21.

 

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State-wise instances

The desk lists the share (%) of a State’s instances of India’s complete instances between Sept. ‘20 and Apr. ‘21.

 

Global deaths

The desk lists the share (%) of deaths in a rustic of the worldwide deaths between Sept. ‘20 and Apr. ‘21.

 

State-wise deaths

The desk lists the share (%) of deaths in a State of India’s complete deaths between Sept. ‘20 and Apr. ‘21.

 

Also learn: Data | Dissecting India’s second COVID-19 wave

Note: All information are as of April 13

Source: covid19india.org, ourworldindata

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