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India News – The Ministry of Health released a comparative data on Wednesday, showing that the current second wave of Kovid-19’s demographics and severity of the victims are almost identical to the first wave. 

In a press conference, Union Health Secretary Rajesh Bhushan said that in 146 districts, the positivity rate of Kovid-19 has been recorded more than 15 percent while in 274 districts the rate has been between five and 15 percent.

New figures have been released amidst this concern spread across the country.

The second wave is more damaging and may cause more havoc. According to the data shared by Bhushan, in the first wave, children below 10 years reported 4.03 per cent cases, while in the second wave it was 2.97 per cent.

He said – 8.07 percent cases of corona virus were recorded in the age group of 10-20 years in the first wave and 8.50 percent in the second wave. 

The first wave recorded 20.41 percent cases in the age group of 20-30 years while the second wave recorded 19.35 percent cases. As per the data, 67.5 per cent cases were reported in the age group of 30 years and above in the first wave and 69.18 per cent in the second wave.

WORLD NEWS SUPERFASTIndia News – The Ministry of Health released a comparative data on Wednesday, showing that the current second wave of Kovid-19’s demographics and severity of the victims are almost identical to the first wave. In a press conference, Union Health Secretary Rajesh Bhushan said that in 146 districts, the positivity rate of Kovid-19 has been recorded more than 15 percent while in 274 districts the rate has been between five and 15 percent.New figures have been released amidst this concern spread across the country.The second wave is more damaging and may cause more havoc. According to the data shared by Bhushan, in the first wave, children below 10 years reported 4.03 per cent cases, while in the second wave it was 2.97 per cent.He said – 8.07 percent cases of corona virus were recorded in the age group of 10-20 years in the first wave and 8.50 percent in the second wave. The first wave recorded 20.41 percent cases in the age group of 20-30 years while the second wave recorded 19.35 percent cases. As per the data, 67.5 per cent cases were reported in the age group of 30 years and above in the first wave and 69.18 per cent in the second wave.
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