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Covid cases reducing but death rate increases by 50% in most recent last few days

The Pune Municipal Corporation had 14,841 dynamic cases on October 5, just about a hundred cases lower than August 26, when the count had topped to 14,940. Following a second top on September 25, the quantity of new Covid cases enlisted each day has kept on diminishing in the zone, in spite of the fact that fatalities expanded by half.

The city previously observed a Covid case on March 9, and the quantity of dynamic cases continued expanding till July 28, when it arrived at 19,135. There was an abatement after this proceeding for 20 days with the dynamic case count boiling down to 14,442.

Beginning on August 18, Pune again observed a spike not long before the start of the 10-day long Ganesh Puja and the dynamic cases count rose to 17,773. Again from September 26, the city saw a fall in the number.

A civic officer told the Indian Express, “We are expecting a further drop in active cases over the coming days. The second surge was seen during and after the Ganesh festival, when many other activities were restricted. There are more relaxations now with the opening up of stores and restaurants and resumption of public transport services. Several big festivals are also coming up in October and November, so there is big concern and it will be up to residents to check the spread of infection.”

Limitations presently are applied to instructive establishments, public amusement offices and capacities that can prompt a tremendous get-together of individuals.

The passing rate in Pune is 2.4%, with 3,647 passings. It was bring down a month back, on September 4, at 2.38% with 2,431 fatalities. Around the same time, the city crossed one lakh positive cases. There were just about 900 basic patients with 529 on ventilator and 362 without.

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