Bengal sees a 420% rise, while Assam hits 532% rise in patients !
Who should be held responsible for this ?
New Delhi – Statistic of last 15 days shows Covid-19 outbreak among 5 states facing assembly elections. Assam, Bengal, Tamil Nadu, Pondicherry and Kerala have hit 532%, 420%, 159%, 165% and 103% rise from 1st April to 14th April. The death rate has increased by 45% in these states. Bengal has another 4 poll phases to go. Hence ithe number of covid-19 infected patients is likely to rise tremendously over the the next few days.
- As compared to other states 537 new infections and only 6 deaths were noted from 16th March to 31st March in Assam; however from 1st April to 14th April 3,398 were newly infected and death toll went to 15.
- 8000 covid-19 infections and 32 deaths were on the record in Bengal from 16th March to 31st March; however the number of new infections increased up to 41,927 and deaths up to 127 from 1st April to 14th April.
- Pondicherry had daily rise of just 50 new patients from November to February. 1,400 new infections and 9 deaths were recorded from 16th March to 31st March; whereas 3,721 infections and 15 deaths were recorded from 1st April to 14th April.
- Tamil Nadu has 25,000 infections and 163 deaths on record from 16th March to 31st March; while the number of infections has reached to 65,000 and deaths went up to 232 from 1st April to 14th April.
- From 16th March to 31st March 30,390 new covid-19 patients and 199 deaths were on record in Kerala; while the number of new infections has reached to 61,793 and deaths up to 204 during 1st half of April.