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आसामाव COVID जों गाग्लोबजानाय हार,गासै सा 2.09 percent positive growth

आसामाव COVID जों गाग्लोबजानाय हार,गासै सा 2.09 percent positive growth
आसामाव COVID जों गाग्लोबजानाय हार,गासै सा 2.09 percent positive growth : ©Provided by Bodopress/Lohit Boro


22 /07 /2021: आसामाव COVID जों गाग्लोबजानाय हार,गासै सा 2.09 percent positive growthआसामाव थांनाय 24 घण्टायाव आसामाव गासै सा 25 सुबुंनि जिउ गोमानाय खौरां मोननाय जादों। गासै सा 74,114 सुबुंफोरखौ आनजाद लानाय जादोंमोन, बेनिनो गेजेराव सा 1,547 सुबुंनि देहायाव POSITIVE मोननाय जादोंमोन। Positive मोननायनि हारा 2.09 percent positive rate आव दावखोदों। कामरूप मेट्रोआव 193 गोदान बेरामि मोननाय जादोंमोन।  

What is the “percent positive” and why does it matter?

The percent positive is exactly what it sounds like: the percentage of all coronavirus tests performed that are actually positive, or: (positive tests)/(total tests) x 100%. The percent positive (sometimes called the “percent positive rate” or “positivity rate”) helps public health officials answer questions such as:

What is the current level of SARS-CoV-2 (coronavirus) transmission in the community?

Are we doing enough testing for the amount of people who are getting infected?

The percent positive will be high if the number of positive tests is too high, or if the number of total tests is too low. A higher percent positive suggests higher transmission and that there are likely more people with coronavirus in the community who haven’t been tested yet.

The percent positive is a critical measure because it gives us an indication how widespread infection is in the area where the testing is occurring—and whether levels of testing are keeping up with levels of disease transmission.

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