India on WHO Statement: India has questioned the WHO’s methodology to estimate the Covid-19 mortality rate in the country. India said such a mathematical model cannot be used to estimate the death rate for a country with such a large geographical size and population.
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This was said by the Union Health Ministry in response to a New York Times article published on April 16 titled “India hinders WHO’s efforts to publicize global COVID death toll”. The ministry said that the country has repeatedly expressed concern over the approach being adopted by the World Health Organisation.
India expressed concern over this method
“India’s main objection is not to the outcome but to the methodology to be followed,” the ministry said in a statement. At the same time, many countries have expressed their concern over this method.
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The new cases of deadly core virus epidemic are decreasing in the country. After two years, the effect of Corona in the country is decreasing. In the last 24 hours, 1150 new cases and 4 infections have been reported in the country. On Saturday, 975 new cases and only 4 infections were reported. According to the Union Health Ministry, the number of active cases in the country has increased to 11,558. While the total death toll has reached 5,21,751. In the country, 4,25,08,788 people have won the war against Corona. So far 186,51,53,593 vaccine doses have been given in the country. Out of which 12,56,533 doses were given yesterday. Vaccination started in the country on 16 January 2021. The daily positivity rate is 0.25 percent.