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India would be a perfect example of under-reported deaths.
Just the logistics of keeping any accurate data on a population that size is impossible.
Jenifer (Zarknorph) said:
India would be a perfect example of under-reported deaths. Just the logistics of keeping any accurate data on a population that size is impossible.
I think the Indian Civil Service will be able to record the deaths but the numbers are so overwhelming that cause of death will be ignored.
Mucormycosis, which has a mortality rate of over 50% and can lead to blindness, is triggered by coronavirus and is sweeping through parts of Maharashtra. Many hospitals treating such cases said that the spread of Mucormycosis is assuming epidemic proportions. Many hospitals have started facing a shortage of antifungal medicines. Mucormycosis has been found in diabetics who have suffered from...Read more from The Times of India
Di (amina046) said:
Yes, I posted about mucormycosis in another forum a couple of days ago. It's the last thing coronavirus sufferers in India needed.
Sorry, I did not see it; and isn’t that the truth!
and they really are the world’s pharmacy!
I agree that the situation in India is dreadful, despite it being a major producer of vaccines. I note the Indian Gov has ordered social media not to refer to the 'Indian variant'.
"India's government has instructed social media companies to remove any content that refers to the "Indian variant" of Covid-19.
The IT ministry said the World Health Organization (WHO) listed the variant as B.1.617 and any reference to "Indian" was false."
SRINAGAR, India (AP) - Indian authorities cracked down on public movement and imposed a near-total communications blackout Thursday in disputed Kashmir after the death of Syed Ali Geelani , a top separatist leader who became the emblem of the region's defiance against New Delhi.Read more from AP NEWS
It wouldn't surprise me if a border war broke out between India and Pakistan over Kashmir. There have been several already. And, of course, China has its own border disputes with India and is friends with Pakistan.
Oh goodie - the next unwinnable forever war is decided!
NEW DELHI (AP) - The death of a top separatist leader in disputed Kashmir and the ensuing crackdown on public movement and communications by Indian authorities have highlighted the turmoil seething just below the surface in the region.Read more from AP NEWS