I have been conducting Data Analytics Studies on the Coronavirus Pandemic for 178 days and have written 221 research-based blog posts on COVID-19 in these 178 days.
Although the final tally for all countries for today (6 September) will only be known by around 6:30 am tomorrow morning Indian time, considering the fact that India has already crossed Brazil by almost 50,000 Corona cases, it is safe to assume that India has truly overtaken Brazil to become the country with the second most cases after USA, as I had predicted six days ago.
In the same post, I had predicted that India will overtake the USA on 22 November, a target that I revised to 18 November just four days later.
As cases in India continue to grow and those in USA continue to decline, I am once again revising the target an am now predicting that India will cross USA to become the world’s most Covid19 affected country by 10 November, just one week after the US presidential elections.
I once again ask the most important question for all Indians: “do PM Narendra Modi, Home Minister Amit Shah, Health Minister Dr. Harsh Vardhan — as well as CMs of states — have any strategy/ies to start reducing the daily new cases in India, as several other countries — including USA and Brazil — have done?”
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LATEST UPDATES (at 5:00 pm UTC; 6 September 2020):
- The world has crossed 27.157 million (2.715 crore) cases
- The global death toll is over 885,000
- With 41,72,781 cases and 71,411 deaths, India is No.2 in cases and deaths.
- India’s Maharashtra state, with 8,83,862 cases and 26,276 deaths, would rank No.5 in cases and No.10 in deaths if it were a country
- 4 countries have crossed 10,00,000 (10 lac) cases (up from 0 on April 3)
- 9 countries have crossed 5,00,000 cases (up from 0 on April 3)
- 21 countries have crossed 2,50,000 cases (up from 1 on April 3)
- 23 countries have crossed 1,50,000 cases (up from 1 on April 3)
- 30 countries have crossed 1,00,000 cases (up from 3 on April 3)
- 2 countries have crossed 1,25,000 deaths (up from 0 on April 3)
- 4 countries have crossed 50,000 deaths (up from 0 on April 3)
- 9 countries have crossed 25,000 deaths (up from 0 on April 3)
- 14 countries have crossed 10,000 deaths (up from 0 on April 3)
- 27 countries have crossed 5,000 deaths (up from 5 on April 3)
- 34 countries have crossed 2,500 deaths (up from 7 on April 3)