The researchers measured effectiveness by comparing reported COVID-19 incidence and mortality rates in counties with very low (0-9 per cent), low (10-39 per cent), medium (40-69 per cent), and high (70 per cent or more) vaccination coverage.
DMET (Directorate of Medical Education and Training) Director Dr CBK Mohanty said that R-value (reproductive number of coronavirus cases) is currently below one percent in Odisha
Even as the Covid-19 graph continued with its downward trend, there seems to be no let up in the fatalities as 44 more deaths were reported from different parts of Odisha in the last 24 hours.
The trend of steady decline in the number of new Covid-19 cases continues in Odisha with the State reporting 6,118 infections on Monday. However, the death toll due to the contagious virus remained high with 41 fatalities in the last 24 hours.
New Delhi: India’s COVID-19 fatality rate has fallen below 2.5 per cent for the first time, marking a significant dip and bringing the country in the queue of nations with the lowest fatality rates globally. Interestingly, 29 states and Union Territories (UTs) have Case Fatality Rate (CFR) lower than the national average, says the latest […]
New Delhi: As the confirmed COVID-19 cases in India have spiked to 14,83,156 of which 33,425 people have died, the falling fatality rate at 2.25 per cent as per latest government reports has come as a ray of hope. The Case Fatality Report (CFR) has reduced from around 3.33 per cent in mid-June to 2.25 […]