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Coronavirus Case and Fatality Rate in India, Coronavirus Third Wave August 30 Highlights: The Covid-19 surge is almost under control in most of India, with the pace of vaccination increasing and the number of Coronavirus infections declining. However, the possibility of a third wave can’t be ruled out, as some states/UTs like Kerala and Maharashtra have been showing an increasing trend in Covid-19 cases.
India reported more than 2.9 lakh new Coronavirus infections in the week ended August 29, a 32 rise in the number of Covid-19 cases over the previous week. The week also recorded the highest weekly cases since the seven-day period of June28-July 8 (3.05 lakh Covid-19 cases). With the coming festive season, the challenge to restrict the Covid-19 spread is going to be tougher. Kerala remains the concern. The southern state alone contributed 66% to India’s Covid-19 tally. With 1.9lakh new infections (the highest weekly spike since the week ended May 23), the state reported a massive surge of 55% over the previous week (1.25 lakh cases). In order to limit the Coronavirus spread, the Kerala government has reimposed lockdown on Sundays and announced night curfew from today.
The number of new coronavirus infections in India has been hovering around 30,000. However, it has shown an upward trend for the past few days, with the country reporting more than 40,000 cases. India reported 42,909 new Coronavirus infections in the last 24 hours, taking its overall Covid-19 tally to 3,27,37,939, while active cases registered an increase for the fifth consecutive day, according to Union health ministry data on Monday. With 380 fresh fatalities, the Covid-19 death toll has climbed to 4,38,210, the ministry said. The number of Covid-19 active cases in the country has increased to 3,76,324 and now accounts for 1.15 per cent of the total infections.