Cases will rise
Cases reported daily continue until the end of June. A group of researchers warned that 7,000-7500 cases could be reported daily during this period. The study points to a sharp decrease in the number of people diagnosed daily from the second week of July. PTI reports quoting Nandadulal.
The study also found that the strengthening of the corona’s prevention and testing will cure the virus spread by October.
The Mathematical Model
The study of the rate of corona expansion is in accordance with a mathematical model adopted by the Science and Engineering Research Board. The study was conducted according to the Kovid website of the central government. An interim report of the study has been sent to the SERB.
Five lakh by October
Based on the epidemiological class of the coronavirus, the study was divided into seven compartments per land. Biragi testified that by the first week of October, the number of coronavirus cases in the country will reach five lakhs and then the percentage of patients will decrease.
The threat of not having symptoms
The number of people without symptoms increases and the number spreads from two to three people per year. Wuhan, the epicenter of the coronavirus virus, was eliminated by a 76-day lockdown. But despite the lockdown in the country for two months, the number of patients is rising.
Will the lockdown be extended?
Unless a specific drug or vaccine has been discovered to control the spread of the disease, the lockdown may be extended to prevent the spread of the disease from person to person. Senior researchers are warning when seeking ways to fully open up the economy in India. Contact racing should be avoided because contact racing can be difficult.
The scale of random testing should be increased for easy detection of disease. This will ease the process of diagnosing the disease. Partial lockdown should only be done in the green and orange zones by the last week of June. But the lockdown should continue in the red zone of all states. He adds that a partial lockdown should only be withdrawn after a thorough monitoring of the risk of a second wave of coronavirus infections.