India Has More Daily Coronavirus Cases Than U.S. and Brazil
Despite the growing caseload in India, the United States continues to lead the world in both cases (more than 5.9 million) and deaths (nearly 183,000). https://t.co/coWaF4sH2I
— NPR (@NPR) August 30, 2020
Health Editor’s note: In March India went into total lockdown, with everyone confined to their homes for three weeks. Additional time spent in lockdown did not prevent upsurges in cases as the country began to open up. At that time of the initial lockdown India had only 500 cases and 10 deaths for 1.3 billion people. Overall, the U.S. leads in COVID-19 cases and deaths.
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