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India to get relief from the coronavirus in July: WHO

India to get relief from the coronavirus in July said Dr David Nabarro, the special envoy of the World Health Organization (WHO), has given good news to India. He says the graph of the coronavirus epidemic in the country is to come down. He also noted that the epidemic would be at its highest level in the country before the end of July. Dr. David has said this in a conversation with a news channel. Dr. David also appreciated that India took a swift decision and immediately put on lockdown. Because of this, the number of users in the country is less than the rest of the countries.   After the lockdown, the sporadic case, Dr. Nabarro said, “When the lockdown is over, there will be more cases. But people need not be afraid. Within a few months to come, the number of cases will increase, but there will still be stability in India. Dr. Nabarro said that immediately after the lockdown, sporadic cases would come, and then the pandemic will left us for sure.

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He said that he agreed with the time, and the cases would grow closer to the end of The month of July, but the situation would be better.   Therefore, the epidemic that spread to some parts said that the pandemic caused by lockdown extends to only a few particular parts. “The lockdown has better confined the epidemic to just certain areas,” Dr. Nabarro said. The number of users is being seen in Maharashtra, Gujarat, Rajasthan, Delhi, and Tamil Nadu. It has been successful in keeping it away from urban areas to a great extent. “India took a fast-paced decision; because of this, the situation is controlled in many places,” Nabarro said. 

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Spread over densely populated, then the situation will be complicated to control in uncontrollable densely populated. The number is low, and the cases are growing at a slower pace. He also said that the figure for doubling of the case in India is 11 days. According to Dr. Nabaro, the number of coronavirus cases in India is large, but at the same time, the cases are not very high because of the population of the country.

He said it is challenging to stop the virus. According to Dr Nabarro, there are people from different age groups in India, and the death rate is also low. It has also been said that the virus does not spread rapidly in hot-weather countries.  President Trump targets president Donald Trump without naming him, saying that even if the president or the prime minister is not happy with us, we cannot stop our work. However, after growing criticisms, who has admitted that China’s Wuhan wet market has played an essential role in the Coronavirus epidemic. Who has admitted that live animals are sold in this market, and this could help the virus to get the right environment to flourish. subscribe for latest updates and opinions.

Sameer Chauhan
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