India reports record day of virus deaths as cases level off


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Btw, before indian variant was found in Britain, Britain variant of virus was found in India causing huge surge in infections. This was when the second wave started...

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Tragic. Glad the number of cases is leveling off.

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cases and a record 4,329 fatalities in the past 24 hours.

Normal daily death rate in India is about 7000/day. So if there are an additional 4000 deaths that would otherwise not have occured, we should expect to see a total number of about 12000.

Can someone point to a source where we can see yesterdays total count?

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It's India with a population of more than 1 billion with tens of millions of poor people. Obtaining any accurate figure about anything is difficult. 1,600 teachers bamboozled into being election officials died from covid leaving their fathers without the breadwinner and schools without teaches.

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The levelling off of deaths in India also coincides with the Indian government now endorsing treatment with ivermectin and hydroxychloroquine, aka the dreaded Trump drugs. It is truly sad that this medical issue had to become politicized in the West.

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Here is what India is doing :

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Hervé L'Eisa

Here is what India is doing :

Yep. AFTER they, following pressure from the WHO and Western media, actually banned HCQ and Ivermectin. But the combination of ever more studies showing positive results for both and the non-availability of vaccines made them change their mind. (Same in South Africa).

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@ happy day

If you can't tell the difference between sarcasm and an actual question directed at Dr Birx then you need help. Don't parrot your friends from faux news.

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