Here is a look at the districts with positivity rates that are above 10 percent and above 20 percent in a tabulated form as provided by the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Government of India through the Press Information Bureau.
The World Health Organisation (WHO) denoted that a positivity rate above 5 percent is a cause for concern.
Positivity rate indicates the percent of cases which were tested as positive for corona virus on the day.
298 Districts have a positivity rate above 20 percent the maximum of these are in the State of Madhya Pradesh at 28, this is followed by Karnataka that has 26 districts in the same category. Maharashtra and Rajasthan follow with 22 districts each while West Bengal has 20 above the 20 % mark. Kerala on the other hand has 14 districts above the 20 % mark.
Importantly smaller states as Haryana have 19 districts above the 20 mark , while the National Capital Delhi has five of the ten districts in the higher bracket.