India COVID-19 deaths could hit 1 million by August: Lancet | India News
Medical magazines have said the Prime Modi government will be responsible for leading the “destruction of the country”.
COVID-19 deaths in India are likely to reach a “surprising” million by August 1 this year, an editor published in the medical journal Lancet He mentioned counting and Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation – an independent international health research institute at the University of Washington.
“The Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation estimates that India will kill 1 million people who died from COVID-19 by August 1. If that happens, [Prime Minister Narendra] “Modi will be responsible for what happens in the country,” he said.
India’s health ministry said on Sunday that 4,092 people had been killed in the past 24 hours, counting 242,362 people. New cases increased by 403,738, just a disgrace and increase the number since the epidemic began to 22.3 million. India has seen 10 million cases in the last four months.
New Delhi has been battling an explosion, which has disrupted its health system, and many others experts He suspects that the death toll and the number of cases are very low.
India has announced another 400,000+ cases, 4000+ death date
A stable condition of risk
And that’s not right
The true figure is about 25,000 deaths, 2-5 million diseases today
Many ways to calculate but here’s a simple one
See the crematorium
– Ashish K. Jha, MD, MPH (@ashishkjha) May 9, 2021
The magazine said the government team COVID-19 had not met for several months until April – when the virus grew.
Earlier this month, Reuters reported that a government-sponsored scientific advisory team had warned Indian authorities in early March of an outbreak of coronavirus. Four scientists told Reuters that the federal government had not tried to impose restrictions on the spread of the virus despite warnings.
The government allowed Hindu religious festivals to participate in the millions while Prime Minister Modi, the leader of the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and opposition politicians held political rallies in the regional elections. The incidents, experts said, became “more publicist”.
The editorial has called on the Indian government to implement “two” measures to combat the epidemic by promoting vaccinations throughout the country and reducing the spread of harmful viruses.
“The success of the project will depend on the government to address its shortcomings, provide appropriate leadership and transparency, and achieve the scientific answers that are at the heart of science,” he said.
‘The most obvious’
Medical journals have said Modi’s efforts to prevent prosecution will not be “justified”. “At times, Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s government seems to want to end the criticism on Twitter instead of trying to stem the tide of the epidemic.”
India has been hit hard by the second wave of COVID-19 as the number of deaths and deaths is rising daily. Due to the lack of ventilation and beds in many hospitals, and morgues and crematoriums are overflowing, experts say the actual number of COVID-19 cases could be large in this country.
On Saturday, a senior World Health Organization official told AFP newsletter that version B.1.617 of COVID-19, which was first discovered in India in October last year, was apparently the cause of the world’s second most populous country. .
“There have been a lot of accelerators fed into this,” said Soumya Swaminathan, 62, adding that the new species could be a vaccine.
Many Indian states enacted stricter laws last month, with New Delhi’s capital added to the Sabbath, to curb the spread of the disease while others have announced a ban on government traffic and closed cinemas, restaurants, bars and malls.
The pressure is mounting Modi to announce a global closure similar to what happened in the first hurricanes last year.
Support has been pouring in from all over the world as oxygen cylinders and concentrators, ventilators and other medical equipment to the most advanced hospitals.