21 to 40-year-olds make up more than 51% of all COVID patients in Indore
More male patients than females
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Between January 1 and January 20, Indore has witnessed a total of 23,219 positive cases. Of this, the number of patients who belong to the 21 to 40 years age group is 11,690. On further segmentation, it has been noted that 7,089 males and 4,601 females have caught the infection.
The remaining 6,110 patients are either 41 years old or above. Similar to the above-mentioned age group, there are more male patients than females in the overall caseload.
19 COVID deaths reported in January
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Indore has witnessed a total of 19 deaths due to Coronavirus infections in the new year. The infection claimed 4 on January 23 alone. This has been the highest number of deaths in a day since the beginning of the third wave. Consequently, the fatality rate has been the highest this week in the district. Healthcare officials blame the casualties on public carelessness. It has been observed that people, especially the youth, have been taking COVID protocol lightly in crowded areas.
The daily count of fresh cases has been fluctuating for a couple days of now. A total of 2,278 positive cases were reported in Indore on Wednesday, January 26.