Delhi has the very best restoration ratio of 92.8% amongst all states and Union territories, besides Andaman & Nicobar Islands the place it’s 95.4% (with a a lot decrease inhabitants and caseload). Arunachal Pradesh, Ladakh and Tripura, with vastly decrease caseloads, have a greater restoration ratio as do Telangana, Maharashtra, West Bengal and Tamil Nadu — states with extra circumstances. These states, together with UP and Assam, have a restoration ratio of greater than 86%.
Uttarakhand has the bottom restoration ratio of 67.8%, adopted by Sikkim (68.5%), Karnataka (70.6%), Himachal (72%), Goa (73.2%), Rajasthan (73.4%) and Kerala (78.3%). Mizoram, Lakshadweep, Nagaland, J&Ok and Puducherry are others which have lower than 75% restoration ratio.
In different states and UTs like Meghalaya, Punjab, Gujarat, Odisha, Jharkhand, Chandigarh, Haryana, Manipur, MP, Bihar and Andhra Pradesh, the restoration ratio ranges between 80% and 85%.
Decrease restoration ratio doesn’t essentially imply a better fatality fee (deaths per 100 circumstances). As an illustration, Punjab with a restoration ratio of 80.8% has the very best fatality fee of two.4% amongst all states and UTs. It’s adopted by Sikkim and Uttarakhand with 1.8% and 1.6%, respectively.
Delhi and Maharashtra, with 1.5% fatality fee every, are among the many prime 5 states with highest fatalities. These two are additionally among the many worst affected, with Maharashtra having 52.7 lakh confirmed circumstances to date and Delhi with 13.7 lakh. Whereas Maharashtra nonetheless has the very best lively circumstances of 5.3 lakh, Delhi had 78,000 lively circumstances as on Friday.