football match today time uae,On Wednesday, Andhra Pradesh reported 10,830 fresh cases of COVID-19 just days after breaching the 10,000 mark on Saturday. As per the latest data from the Union Health Ministry, the state currently has just over 92,200 active cases of the infection, with Wednesday's tally taking its total number of confirmed cases to 382,469. During the early days of August, the state reported over 10,000 cases for five consecutive days displaying a concerning trend. Total number of recoveries in the state currently stands at 286,720.
22bet login,The month of August has seen Andhra Pradesh produce daily COVID-19 totals approaching those of Maharashtra, India's worst affected state. However, cases in the southern state have been rising markedly higher than that of Maharashtra. About five weeks ago, while Maharashtra was recording around 8,000 cases per day, Andhra Pradesh's daily total was hovering around the 2,500 mark. If the trend holds, there is every likelihood that the state will soon find itself contributing the most number of daily infections to the national total very soon.
That being said, with 61,838 samples tested in the state during the 24 hours between Tuesday and Wednesday, Andhra Pradesh has taken its total number of tests to 34,18,690, making it the fourth-highest tester in the country behind Uttar Pradesh, Tamil Nadu and Maharashtra. At 64,020 tests per million, it far outstrips the national average of just 27,146. Andhra Pradesh's positivity rate though, stood at 11.19 per cent, significantly higher than the national average of 8.58 per cent (as of Wednesday). Its recovery rate of 74.97 per cent was also slightly lower than that of the national average of 76.30 per cent.
fixtures of la liga,During the initial days of the lockdown, Andhra Pradesh did not immediately emerge as among the most worrying hotspots in the country. Between March 22 and May 1 – the period during which the nationwide lockdown was instituted – the state recorded 1,472 cases at a rate of 70 per day. By June 1, its COVID-19 tally had risen to 3,673, as it registered around 100 cases per day.
The month of June,during which time the surge in migrant workers returning home took place, the state's tally began to grow at an accelerating rate, and by July 1, the state had a total of 15,249 cases, recording approximately 800 per day. However, the month of July turned out to be the state's worst, and by the start of August, the state was recording around 9,000 cases per day, having registered a total of 150,191 confirmed cases. As of August 1, the state had just over 72,000 active cases, compared to a month earlier when it had just 8,052. ,football matches today list
free live tennis french open,As per the projections of the India Outbreak Report, which were made using data up to August 16, the state is currently hovering around its peak of around 90,000 cases. Under the most likely scenario, the situation will gradually begin to improve in the state in the coming week, with daily cases starting to decline, as recovery rates rise quicker than its COVID-19 growth rate.
As for when the state may be entirely rid of the virus, the India Outbreak Report projects this to take place some time during the second or third week of November. The state's two hardest hit districts of Kurnool and East Godavari though, can expect to see the outbreak fizzle out slightly earlier though, during the final weeks of October. ,bochum fc