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Cases of India, India, covid-19, global covid-19 soared to the highest levels after blockade, corona, coronavirus, 2020 coronavirus outbreak, World Health Organization (who)

The World Health Organization (WHO) said Thursday that 4.74 million people were infected with COVID in India in 2020 and 2021. Number of COVID deaths at the end of 2021.

Government of India takes up the issue of “excessive COVID-19” Number of deaths “reported According to WHO at the best and most appropriate forum, the Indian daily The Hindu reported by citing sources.

India questioned the source of the data and methodologies used in the WHO report on Thursday.

WHO states that it is estimated that about 830,000 people will die in 2020 alone.But according to India Citizen registration system (CRS), the country recorded 474,806 deaths as an excess.

CRS is a legal forum for registering death and birth data in India. Mortality by cause is not recorded. The 2021 CRS data will be released next year.

According to the Federal Ministry of Health, India has so far reported 523,975 deaths from COVID-19.

Health ministry officials said they had written to WHO more than 10 times since November 2021.

“WHO did not respond satisfactorily to Follow the methodology It was used to reach the figures released between January 2020 and December 31, 2021, “he emphasized.

Earlier this year, three global peer-reviewed studies, including Lancet, estimated that by September 2021, deaths caused by pandemics in India were “six to seven times more than officially reported.”

WHO said an estimated 15 million people worldwide are likely to have succumbed to the direct or indirect effects of COVID-19 in 2020 and 2021. This is not the officially recorded 5.4 million people by country.

Nearly 84% of total excess deaths, according to the International Health Organization Southeast Asia, Europe, And Americas.



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