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India could have world’s highest infection rate

WorldNews Thursday, 1 October 2020
India could have world’s highest infection rateTikTok’s 90 days in the cooking pot India could have the highest number of Covid-19 cases in the world if it is unable to control the rapid spread of the virus, say observers. The challenge of containment may get stiffer as the predominantly Hindu country heads into its month-long festival season, which usually means people mingling in large groups, and then four months of winter, a season that is conducive to the spread of viruses. India has a total of 6.3 million cases after recording 85,000-95,000 new cases each day for several weeks. The United States, the world’s worst-affected country, has recorded a total of 7.45 million cases but is recording only half India’s daily number of cases....
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