Covid-19: India’s Covid R-naught tops 1 again, up from 0.9 a month ago

R-naught, the average number of people who will contract the disease from an infected person - have shot past 1 from 0.93 a month ago. At least 10 states have an R-value higher than the national average of 1.01, and Delhi and Maharashtra (both at 1.01) have inched closer to match the national average. MP (1.31) has the highest R value in the country followed by Himachal Pradesh (1.30) and Nagaland (1.09).

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