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Corona numbers for India
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Infection situation in India
So far, 25,496,330 COVID-19 infections have been recorded in India, with 283,248 corona-related deaths (as of May 20, 2021). This corresponds to an infection rate of 1.85% and a death or lethality rate of 1.11%.
So far, 144,270,200 COVID-19 first vaccinations have been carried out in India (as of May 18, 2021). This corresponds to an initial vaccination rate of 10.45%. 2.97% of the population are fully vaccinated.
Due to the current situation, India is classified as a COVID-19 risk area, combined with a travel warning from the German authorities. India is considered "Virus variant area", with a particularly high risk of infection due to the widespread occurrence of certain SARS-CoV-2 virus variants.
How often was testing carried out in India?
A total of 313,017,193 tests performed in India have been reported to date. The rate of positive test results is 7.9%.
India (pronunciation [ˈɪndi̯ən]) is a state in South Asia that comprises most of the Indian subcontinent. India is a federal republic that is formed by 28 federal states and also includes eight federal territories. The proper name of the republic is Bharat Ganarajya (Hindi) and Republic of India (English) in the two nationally valid official languages. The modern democratic and secular Indian republic has existed since 1949, and the Constitution of India has been in force since 1950. The Himalaya forms the natural northern border of India, in the south the Indian Ocean encloses the national territory. India borders with Pakistan, the Chinese Autonomous Region of Tibet, Nepal, Bhutan, Myanmar and Bangladesh. Other neighboring states in the Indian Ocean are Sri Lanka and the Maldives. In terms of land area, India is the seventh largest country in the world. The area of India has been civilized at least since the Bronze Age Indus civilization. With over 1.393 billion inhabitants (May 2020), the Indian state is the second most populous country in the world after the People's Republic of China (1.4 billion at the end of 2018) and thus the most populous democracy in the world. If population growth remains high, India could overtake China as early as 2022. However, due to ongoing modernization, education, prosperity and urbanization, the birth rate has been falling since the early 1980s. The capital of India is New Delhi, part of the metropolis Delhi; other metropolitan areas are Mumbai, Calcutta, Chennai, Bengaluru (Bangalore), Hyderabad, Ahmedabad and Pune. Despite constitutional freedom of religion, Indian society is determined by the religious hierarchical caste system. By far the largest religious group are the Hindus, followed by Muslims, Christians and the Sikhs, Buddhists and Jaina from India. According to the Human Development Index (HDI), India achieved the status of "medium human development" and was ranked 129 out of 189 worldwide in 2019 (compared to the PR China on rank 85). In economic terms, India is an emerging country and is one of the O5 and BRICS countries and the group of the twenty most important industrial and emerging countries (G20). Despite its still low per capita income, India is already the third largest or fifth largest economic power in the world (adjusted for purchasing power or nominal) and in 2015 it was the fastest growing economy in the G20 group for the first time.
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