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The Lancet severely criticised the Narendra Modi government for its handling of the COVID-19 crisis in India, saying it has given the impression of being more occupied with “removing criticism on Twitter than trying to control the pandemic”.

India could see one million COVID-19 deaths by August 1. The terrifying prediction of United States (US) researchers published by Lancet has spread disquiet.

Lancet editorial: The Institute for Health Metrics & Evaluation estimates India will see 1 million deaths from COVID-19 by Aug 1. If that happens, "Modi's Government would be responsible for presiding over a self-inflicted national catastrophe."

India 'squandered' its early successes in tackling COVID-19; PM Modi's actions 'inexcusable': Lancet report #PMModi  #COVID19India  #CoronavirusIndia 

India may witness 1 million COVID-19 deaths by Aug 1, says Lancet

India could see a staggering 1 million deaths from Covid-19 by August 1, according to an editorial in the British medical journal Lancet#coronavirus  #CoronavirusIndia  #deathtoll  #COVID19  @RChitravanshi 

The Lancet India task force has suggested a complete ban on gatherings of more than 10 persons, and closure of all venues where such gatherings can take place to contain the Covid-19 spread. #coronavirus  #lockdown  #COVID19  @snehamordani )

The Lancet says India could suffer more than 2,300 Covid-19 deaths every day by June. This tragedy was avoidable — and is largely the fault of a boastful and incompetent government, writes Pankaj Mishra


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Lancet Covid-19 India task force says do genome sequencing of 5% samples, genome landscape can help identify areas of surge NDTV’s Uma Sudhir reports #COVID19 

India may witness 1,750 deaths per day due to Covid-19, surging to around 2,320 by the first week of June, according to a report of the Lancet Covid-19 Commission by India Task Force members

India’s first indigenous Covid-19 vaccine Covaxin, codenamed BBV152, is safe, immunogenic and has no serious adverse effects, medical journal Lancet has said while publishing the vaccine’s phase 2 trial results