The Maharashtra Covid-19 death rate is the highest in the world!

MUMBAI: In a surprise, it has emerged as a global hotspot of the COVID-19 pandemic in terms of the death rate, even when the country went into a protracted blockade until May 3, the latest data reveals.

According to official figures published here on Tuesday, the death rate, or percentage of deaths, is the highest in the world, generating a great cause of concern for health authorities in the state and the Center.

According to the figures of the last five days, from April 10 to 15, compiled and analyzed by the Department of Medical Education and Drugs (MEDD), it is revealed that Maharashtra not only continues to exceed the global mortality rate, but also been, in fact, it leads the world.

Taking serious note of the rising deaths, the Health Minister on Tuesday established two high-level expert committees, one for Mumbai and one for the rest of the state, to investigate cases of the large number of deaths and suggest corrective measures.

The Mumbai committee is chaired by Dr. and the state committee with six experts is chaired by the Director of Health, to advise the government on how to reduce the number of deaths in Maharashtra, Tope said.

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On Tuesday, with 12 new crown deaths totaling 160, the state achieved a death rate of 6.84 percent. In comparison, with 5,702 new deaths, the global death toll was 111,652 or the death rate was 6.29 percent.

Faced with this, the average Indian mortality rate was only 3.27 percent with 32 new deaths and a total of 338 victims.

The total number of registered crown cases in the world was 1,773,084, India had 10,369 and Maharashtra's 2,340.

On April 13, too, a similar situation was noted. With 21 new crown deaths totaling 148, the state achieved a mortality rate of 7.41 percent. In comparison, with 6,262 new deaths, the total global death toll was 105,952, or a death rate of 6.24 percent.

Faced with this, the average Indian death rate in India was 3.35 percent with 34 new deaths and a total of 307 victims.

The total number of crown cases recorded on April 13 in the world were 1,696,588, India 9,163 and Maharashtra in 1996.

On April 12, the situation was equally bad for the state in terms of mortality rate.

With 17 new crown deaths totaling 127, the state achieved a death rate of 7.21 percent. In comparison, with 6,892 new deaths, the global death toll was 99,690, or a death rate of 6.19 percent.

Against this, the average Indian death rate was 3.27 percent with 34 new deaths and a total of 273 victims.

The total number of crown cases recorded on April 12 in the world was 1,610,909, India had 8,356 and Maharashtra 1,761.

April 11 was relatively better for Maharashtra with a mortality rate that improved slightly.

With 13 new crown deaths totaling 110, the state achieved a death rate of 6.98 percent. In comparison, with 7,277 new deaths, the total global deaths were 92,798 or a death rate of 6.10 percent.

Faced with this, India's average death rate was 3.21 percent with 40 new deaths and a total of 239 victims.

The total number of registered crown cases in the world on April 11 was 1,521,252, India had 7,447 and Maharashtra 1,574.

On April 10, Maharashtra's mortality was slightly higher, according to official data.

With 25 new crown deaths totaling 97, the state achieved a death rate of 7.11 percent. In comparison, with 6,287 new deaths, the total global death toll was 85,522 deaths, or a mortality rate of 5.95 percent.

Faced with this, the average Indian mortality rate was 3.10 percent with 33 new deaths and a total of 199 victims.

The total number of registered crown cases in the world on April 10 was 1,436,198, India had 6,412 and 1,364 from Maharashtra.

The country had only three coronavirus cases consistently during the first four weeks, which increased to 724 cases in the eighth week, but shot up more than 10 times to touch 7,447 cases in the 11th week of the pandemic that entered the subcontinent.

In comparison, the US trip. USA It started with 11 cases in the first week to 395,030 in week 12; Italy started with three in the first week to touch 147,577 in the tenth week; Spain opened its account with only one (01) case in the first week to expand to 152,446 in the tenth week.

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