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Coronavirus - Now We Are In End Game

India has recorded 4,789 active cases, 124 deaths, 352 cured cases, according to the latest update released by the Union Ministry for Health and Family Welfare on Tuesday evening.

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I expected a minimum of 5000 deaths, actually somewhere around 10000 would have been more practical estimation considering the largest population in the world, with most number of slums as well. But so far, the fatality rates are staggeringly low.

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jai bajrang bali tod dushman ki nali

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Real situation will be clear once we start mass testing. Delhi and Mumbai are moving towards that direction. I guess we have to wait for 10 more days to get some clarity

Good thing is that number of deaths are very low at the moment

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micke wrote:

Real situation will be clear once we start mass testing. Delhi and Mumbai are moving towards that direction. I guess we have to wait for 10 more days to get some clarity

Good thing is that number of deaths are very low at the moment

Yeah. But active cases are increasing day by day.!!

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Rosh_0007 wrote:

Yeah. But active cases are increasing day by day.!!

Yes I believe they will increase more peak is still ahead I think
The lockdown might have limited the spread but still having a incubation period of 14 days it was expected also the tests are done for suspecious cases only else quarantine is opted as we increase no. of tests the no. of cases will increase.

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ithehappy wrote:

I expected a minimum of 5000 deaths, actually somewhere around 10000 would have been more practical estimation considering the largest population in the world, with most number of slums as well. But so far, the fatality rates are staggeringly low.

Sab yehi chaahte hein ki jyaada se jyaada log marein, taaki jyaada se jyaada sabak seekhne ko mile. But koi bhi yeh nahin chahtaa ki koi uska apna, jaan-pehchaan waala chala jaaye…

🤚Pehla sabak ☝️yahin👆 se start hota hai 🖖👌

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After 15th April the number of new cases will decline in India.

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micke wrote:

Real situation will be clear once we start mass testing. Delhi and Mumbai are moving towards that direction. I guess we have to wait for 10 more days to get some clarity

Good thing is that number of deaths are very low at the moment

Global https://bing.com...id
Cured: 301385
Dead: 82133
Death Percentage: 21.41

India
Cured: 401
Dead: 149
Death Percentage: 27

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saucap wrote:

Sab yehi chaahte hein ki jyaada se jyaada log marein, taaki jyaada se jyaada sabak seekhne ko mile. But koi bhi yeh nahin chahtaa ki koi uska apna, jaan-pehchaan waala chala jaaye…

🤚Pehla sabak ☝️yahin👆 se start hota hai 🖖👌

Well i suppose you’re speaking for yourself. I would take the name of imaginary god and even thank him if a few of my very close relatives died, simply because they are bad people. I’m clear at my conscience, always was, so the jana-pehchana or anjana (sorry i don’t speak Hindi) bit is not applicable, for me at least.

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cocay wrote:

Global https://bing.com...id
Cured: 301385
Dead: 82133
Death Percentage: 21.41

India
Cured: 401
Dead: 149
Death Percentage: 27

lol. i understand that u r “critic” but your death percentage calculation is meaningless.

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ithehappy wrote:

Well i suppose you’re speaking for yourself. I would take the name of imaginary god and even thank him if a few of my very close relatives died, simply because they are bad people. I’m clear at my conscience, always was, so the jana-pehchana or anjana (sorry i don’t speak Hindi) bit is not applicable, for me at least.

Yes. “Sab” includes me also. We all are bad people. Didn’t knew you don’t understand Hindi, so will remember to discuss things with you in English henceforth.

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Imharsh wrote:

lol. i understand that u r “critic” but your death percentage calculation is meaningless.

Lol
You caught me! laughing

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Imharsh wrote:

lol. i understand that u r “critic” but your death percentage calculation is meaningless.

Usske naam @cocay ke hisaab se yahi gaana theek baithta hai… wink toungueout
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micke wrote:

Real situation will be clear once we start mass testing. Delhi and Mumbai are moving towards that direction. I guess we have to wait for 10 more days to get some clarity

Good thing is that number of deaths are very low at the moment

next 2-3 weeks are very very crucial.
Modiji get ready to implement some strong road map or else no one can save us provided we follow everything and it’s properly implemented.

#Modiji, learn something from ppl and parties in KERALA sunglasses

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MrKool_JJ wrote:

next 2-3 weeks are very very crucial.
Modiji get ready to implement some strong road map or else no one can save us provided we follow everything and it’s properly implemented.

#Modiji, learn something from ppl and parties in KERALA sunglasses

Pappu KERALA se hi jeeta tha na… sad toungueout

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After 15th April the number of new cases will decline in India.

Not possible… Community spread had started at some places near lockdown time. Our peak is coming in May according to some experts.

Nobody knows with any accuracy about nature of virus yet. We can’t predict its incubation period and total number of asymptomatic cases. Just by mathematical analysis, we can say that the actual attack hasn’t even started yet.

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Due to early lockdown cases won’t go more than 10000.

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MrKool_JJ wrote:

next 2-3 weeks are very very crucial.
Modiji get ready to implement some strong road map or else no one can save us provided we follow everything and it’s properly implemented.

#Modiji, learn something from ppl and parties in KERALA sunglasses

And best containment of virus has been done in Bhilwara and other neighborhood districts in Rajasthan. It is all due to IAS officers posted there ( not due to government)

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rockyy wrote:

Due to early lockdown cases won’t go more than 10000.

They already are in 50k plus range.

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micke wrote:

And best containment of virus has been done in Bhilwara and other neighborhood districts in Rajasthan. It is all due to IAS officers posted there ( not due to government)

I forgot Bhilwara.
My bad pray muscle raised_hands

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It is assumed that for every death reported there are about 80-100 Cases. Going by that metric there should have been around 15-16k identified cases till now. But till now there are only 5500 cases reported so far.

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Might not be popular view. This is likely solution. With no vaccine in sight only Herd Immunity is going to be exit strategy.

We have to ask: is there any other way to contain this problem? In 2009, there was an epidemic of H1N1 influenza. What happened to it? It came in and stayed for 2-3 months and spontaneously disappeared. Nothing that we did at the point of time was of help. It went away. Why? It is because of a certain level of herd immunity that was produced by the infection. So, our only hope is that, on its own, this virus is headed line in that way – in a particular way of herd immunity.

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micke wrote:

And best containment of virus has been done in Bhilwara and other neighborhood districts in Rajasthan. It is all due to IAS officers posted there ( not due to government)

Exactly, in my city Udaipur, our lady IAS imposed a curfew (4 km radius from that area) after the first case came grinning
She is very active and because of her efforts, we are able to stop this spreading everywhere smile

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rockyy wrote:

What?

These are my assumptions based on data from Europe : Whatever data that we have received from Italy and other European countries, tells us that this virus spreads asymptomatically as well and for many of us, our immune system will fight the virus without even knowing we had it. Italy has already said that 50 lakh of their population out of 6 crore have the virus.

Almost all the countries don’t have the time to test for anti-bodies in non symptomatic patients.

High viral load (initial exposure) matters a lot. Severity of infection depends on that.
Healthcare workers are going to be the worst hit in this virus and our central government doesn’t understand that yet. Even the best medical colleges such as AIIMS and Safdarjung haven’t been provided adequate supply of PPE yet.

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