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On Friday, April 23, India recorded 332,730 coronavirus cases, the highest single-day total of cases recorded globally so far. It had broken that record the day before, too. Since the pandemic began, India has confirmed more than 16 million cases and more than 186,000 deaths. India’s total confirmed COVID-19 cases to date are second to the United States overall, and its daily case and death rates are rapidly catching up with the U.S.—which means, given India’s much larger population, its raw case and death numbers will surpass the U.S. soon if the trends continue.

Every day, more than 2,000 people in India are dying with COVID-19, according to official numbers—and experts believe that number is a dramatic underestimate. But when this will comes to an end, where Modi govt fails to divine the situation, The lallantop editor Saurabh Dwivedi try to decode the answer with three experts, Dr. Bishnu Panigrahi, President, AHPI (Association of Healthcare Providers India), Delhi-NCR, Rajan Sharma, Surgeon, and Former President, Indian Medical Association, Dr. Bikramaditya Kumar Choudhary, Professor, JNU, Public health and Disease, Political Ecology specialist in detail.

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Produced By: The Lallantop
Edited By: Maneesh Negi

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