Pandemik COVID-19 di India

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Pandemik COVID-19 di India
COVID-19 Outbreak Cases in India.svg
Peta pandemik di India (setakat 21 April)
  •      1000+ kes yang disahkan
  •      500–999 kes yang disahkan
  •      100–499 kes yang disahkan
  •      50–99 kes yang disahkan
  •      10–49 kes yang disahkan
  •      1–9 kes yang disahkan
  •      beralih ke negeri lain
  • COVID-19 Death Cases in India.png
    Peta kematian akibat pandemik di India (setakat 21 April)
  •      100+ kes kematian
  •      50–99 kes kematian
  •      10–49 kes kematian
  •      1–9 kes kematian
  • PenyakitCOVID-19
    Baka virusSARS-CoV-2[1]
    LokasiIndia
    Asal wabakWuhan, Hubei, China[2]
    Kes indeksThrissur, Kerala[3]
    Tarikh ketibaan30 Januari 2020
    (6 bulan dan 1 hari)[4]
    Kes yang disahkan67,152[5]
    (termasuk 111 orang warga asing)
    Kes aktif44,029[5]
    Sembuh20,917[5]
    (termasuk 1 kes penghijrahan)
    Kematian
    2,206[5]
    (termasuk dua orang warga asing)[6][7]
    Wilayah
    27 negeri dan tujuh wilayah kesatuan[5]
    Laman web rasmi
    www.mohfw.gov.in

    Kes pertama pandemik koronavirus 2019-20 di India dilaporkan pada 30 Januari 2020, berasal dari China. Sehingga 31 Julai 2020, Kementerian Kesihatan dan Kesejahteraan Keluarga telah mengesahkan sejumlah 19,984 kes, 3,870 pemulihan (termasuk 1 penghijrahan) dan 640 kematian di negara ini. Pakar mencadangkan jumlah jangkitan mungkin jauh lebih tinggi kerana kadar ujian India ialah antara yang paling rendah di dunia.[8] Kadar jangkitan COVID-19 di India dilaporkan 1.7, jauh lebih rendah daripada di negara-negara yang paling teruk terjejas.[9]

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    1. ^ "Coronavirus disease named Covid-19". BBC News Online. 11 February 2020. Diarkib daripada yang asal pada 15 February 2020. Dicapai pada 15 February 2020.
    2. ^ Sheikh, Knvul; Rabin, Roni Caryn (10 March 2020). "The Coronavirus: What Scientists Have Learned So Far". The New York Times. Dicapai pada 24 March 2020.
    3. ^ "Kerala confirmed first novel coronavirus case in India". India Today. 30 January 2020.
    4. ^ David Reid (30 January 2020). "India confirms its first coronavirus case". CNBC (dalam bahasa Inggeris). Dicapai pada 28 March 2020.
    5. ^ a b c d e "Home | Ministry of Health and Family Welfare | GOI". www.mohfw.gov.in. Dicapai pada 21 April 2020.
    6. ^ "Number of Covid-19 cases in India climbs to 467, death toll rises to nine". livemint. 23 March 2020. Dicapai pada 26 March 2020.
    7. ^ "60-year-old Yemeni national dies due to coronavirus in Delhi". Hindustan Times. 27 March 2020. Dicapai pada 30 March 2020.
    8. ^ "Coronavirus: India defiant as millions struggle under lockdown". BBC. 28 March 2020. Dicapai pada 28 March 2020.
    9. ^ One COVID-19 positive infects 1.7 in India, lower than in hot zones, The Indian Express, 19 March 2020. "One reason for the relatively slow increase in the number of novel coronavirus patients in India, as of now, could be the fact that every infected person has been passing on the virus only to another 1.7 people on an average. This is remarkably lower than what has been observed in the worst-affected countries, a study by scientists at the Institute of Mathematical Sciences in Chennai shows."

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