Addressing a press briefing, well being ministry secretary Rajesh Bhushan mentioned about 70 per cent Covid-19 deaths have been of male sufferers whereas 30 per cent of fatalities from the an infection has been reported in females.
“About 53 per cent Covid-19 deaths registered among those aged 60 and above, 35 per cent in 45-60 years, 10 per cent in 26-44 years and 1 per cent each in the age-group 18-25 years and below 17 years,” Bhushan mentioned.
Providing information on case fatality charge amongst totally different age teams – with and with out comorbidities, he mentioned within the age group of 60 years and above, 24.6 per cent of deaths had been of individuals with comorbidities whereas 4.Eight per cent had been of these with out comorbidities.
In the age group of 45-60 years, 13.9 per cent of deaths had been of sufferers with comorbidities whereas 1.5 per cent had been of these with out comorbidities, he mentioned.
In the age group of lower than 45 years, folks with comorbidities constituted 8.Eight per cent of deaths whereas 0.2 per cent did not have any comorbidities, he mentioned.
The general case fatality charge of individuals with comorbidities stood at 17.9 per cent and 1.2 per cent for these with out comorbidities.
Bhushan additional mentioned there was decline within the cumulative, weekly and every day Covid-19 positivity charges which stand at 8.07 per cent, 6.24 per cent and 5.16 per cent respectively.
“Average daily Covid-19 positivity rate has declined from 8.50 per cent between September 9-September 15 to 6.24 per cent between October 7-October 13,” he added.
He additional mentioned there are 8,38,729 lively circumstances within the nation as on date and so they have been under the 9 lakh mark for the fifth consecutive day.
Presenting the information, Bhushan mentioned there may be “significant increase” in testing for Covid-19 and there may be additionally steady decline in positivity charge.