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Covid-19: After Affecting Big Cities, Covid-19 Is Now Hitting Rural Areas Hard

Covid-19 cases have been increased rapidly in India after the second wave. After affecting India’s urban areas, the Covid-19 second wave is now spreading fast in rural areas. We have tracked certain rural areas in different states of India to find out the ground reality.

is now spreading fast in rural areas. We have tracked certain rural areas in different states of India to find out the ground reality.

Maharashtra

The epidemic has now taken root in different districts and urban areas of Maharashtra. For instance, the rural areas of Amravati district now report the highest Covid-19 cases than urban areas.

Source: BBC

As per District Collector Shelesh Nawal, “Amravati city on Tuesday registered 249 new Covid-19 cases while the rural areas of Amravati registered 947 fresh cases. Since January, Amravati city has recorded 504 Covid-related deaths while the rural areas of the district have seen 521 deaths.

Also Read: Covid-19 Alert: Night Curfew Imposed in Maharashtra During Festival

Haryana

If we talk about the Harayana, Titoli village, situated at just 10 km from Haryana’s Rohtak city. Titoli village is in a state of panic after 40 people reportedly died due to Covid-19 in the last 10 days. According to Sarpanch Suresh Kumar statement, the real death toll is double what the sarpanch has claimed.

Moreover, Rohtak sub-divisional magistrate Rakesh Saini said, “People are scared after the deaths in the village. We are encouraging them to get tested for Covid. It will then be clearer whether the deceased were Covid-positive or not.”

Uttar Pradesh

In Uttar Pradesh, the industrial town of Kanpur reported a massive spike in the cases of Covid-19. On May 5, Kanpur registered a record of 67 Covid deaths in 24 hours. The good news is that no records from the rural areas. 

Gujarat

After imposing night curfew in 36 cities of Gujarat, the government and administration are trying to break the chain of transmission in cities. In Gujarat, 90 people have died due to Covid-19 in Chogath. 

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