India continues to be among the top three countries with the largest tallies of daily cases and deaths
India’s first COVID-19 wave refuses to die down. The consistent fall observed in India’s daily count of cases and deaths between mid-September and October-end, did not persist in November. Lately, many States’ case curves have shown fluctuations, with a week of steady rise followed by a week of consistent decline in new cases, thereby keeping the national curve constant. India continues to feature in the list of top three countries in both new cases and deaths.
India’s average daily cases oscillated between the 40,000 and 45,000 marks in November, while average new deaths ranged between 480 and 560. The graph shows the seven-day moving average of cases and deaths since May.
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India continues to be among the top three countries with the largest tallies of daily cases and deaths. The U.S. continues to top both the lists. The table lists the top ten countries in terms of daily cases and deaths as of November 30.
Except for the consistent fall recorded in Tamil Nadu’s cases, the infection curves of other States have been oscillating with many peaks and troughs. The graphs depict new cases in the last 14 days in States with a high case load. The States are classified based on where the cases are rising (in red), falling (in green), or showing a mixed trend (in yellow). (in the graphs, k=1,000)
Source: State health portals, Our World in Data