India’s death toll tops 4,000 for 2nd day in a row Models estimate outbreak peaks this week

India’s Wuhan pneumonia (new coronavirus disease, COVID-19) epidemic is out of control, a large number of confirmed cases consumed medical energy, resulting in many patients do not treat, today again reported 4120 people do not treat, even 2 days the number of deaths exceeded 4,000, experts frankly said that the pattern shows that the epidemic in India this week will reach its peak, but because the local situation is deteriorating rapidly, it is difficult to estimate the real peak point in when.

According to Reuters, India’s Ministry of Health announced today (13) that 362,727 new cases were confirmed in the past 24 hours, while 4,120 people died, second only to the 4,205 deaths announced yesterday (12) and 4,187 deaths on the 7th, while also breaking 4,000 deaths for 2 days in a row, showing that the epidemic is still in an out-of-control state; the current official figures in India show that there are now 23.7 million confirmed cases, 250,000 8317 people died, however, the lack of detection in rural areas where the virus is rampant, the actual number of fear is much higher.

Bhramar Mukherjee, an epidemiologist at the University of Michigan, said most models predict a peak this week, and India may see signs of this trend, but because the Indian variant of the virus can be spread globally, it is difficult to accurately estimate when the epidemic will reach its peak.