As COVID cases are rapidly increasing day by day, WHO (World Health Organisation) on Tuesday has acknowledged that COVID is an airborne spread after 239 scientists in 32 countries outlined evidence. This has brought more panic among people. Recently, MIT (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) has announced India is going to be the worst affected country in the future if the vaccine is not available.
2.87 Lakhs COVID cases per day at the end of February 2021 in India. This needs to be addressed by the people and extra care should be taken on their own.
They have released the data of the top 10 countries that are going to be most affected as India stands first in the and US -95,000/Day, South Africa-21,000/Day, Iran-17,000/Day, and Indonesia-13,000/Day, followed by Nigeria, Turkey, France, and Germany.
The researchers are also said that Infections are 12 times higher and deaths 50% higher than previously reported. So every country needs to keep the COVID pandemic under control until a vaccine is widely available. The cases will be high in the places where the people gather in huge like markets, malls, etc..
On the other note, As WHO said there was evidence of airborne transmission of the COVID but that it was not definitive and they would publish a brief summarising the state of knowledge on modes of transmission of the virus in the coming days. Few doctors like Faheem Younus, who is a chief of Infectious Disease has said that Corona Virus is not airborne, if so the cases would have been in billions now.
Until now, the COVID cases around worldwide is 1,19,65,162 and recovered persons 69,13,113 with the death population of 5,46,987 according to the reports of WorldoMeter.
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