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Tamil Nadu, Assam and Punjab (Tamil Nadu, Assam and Punjab) – Coronavirus cases may reach peak in next two weeks. This information was obtained from the ‘formula model’. This mathematical model helps to estimate the severity of corona virus cases. According to the model, the issue of relief is that the incidence of infection has reached its peak in Delhi and Maharashtra, Uttar Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh. He added that the number of cases in the country peaked on May 4 and then the number of cases started decreasing on a daily basis. However, in May, the country had a record 4,1,18, which was the highest increase in a single day. M Vidyasagar, a professor at IIT Hyderabad, said, “Extreme cases have not yet been registered in big states like Tamil Nadu, Punjab, Himachal Pradesh and Assam.” He is one of three scientists working on this model. Read more – IMA released list – 32 doctors of UP died in the second wave of corona.
The model suggests that the final case of coronavirus may occur between the ages of 29-31 in Tamil Nadu, although in Puducherry, Covid may experience extreme conditions on May 19-20. According to the model, the extreme situation has not yet come to East and North-East India. Coronavirus in Assam may reach May 20-21 May The highest number of 6394 new cases were reported in Assam on Monday. Chief Minister Himanta Bishwa Sarma said 92 people died in the state on Monday, the highest number of deaths in a single day so far.
The model predicts a decline in infections in Arunachal Pradesh, Manipur, and a record decline in cases in this state, but they have begun to increase slightly. In Meghalaya, the top position of Kovid-19 could come on May 30-31, in Tripura on May 26-27. In the north, cases are on the rise in Himachal Pradesh and Punjab. In Himachal Pradesh, cases may reach the top among 24 girls, though in Punjab, the situation is expected to come among 22 girls. Extreme levels of coronavirus have been reported in Orissa from 1-17-1 May.
Extreme levels of coronavirus have been reported in Maharashtra, Uttar Pradesh, Karnataka, Madhya Pradesh, Jharkhand, Rajasthan, Kerala, Sikkim, Uttarakhand, Gujarat, Haryana as well as Delhi and Goa. The health ministry said in a press briefing on Tuesday that the incidence of covid and the rate of infection have declined in Maharashtra, Uttar Pradesh, Delhi, Bihar, Madhya Pradesh and Chhattisgarh. The mathematical model helps to estimate the severity of coronavirus cases and on the basis of which policy decisions can be made. The Department of Science and Technology formed a team of scientists to work on a mathematical model to predict rapid growth in the case of the coronavirus, after the formula model came into effect last year.
The model has been criticized for not giving an accurate account of the nature of the second wave of the Covid-19. The Department of Science and Technology has issued a statement signed by Professor Manindra Agarwal of Vidyasagar, ITI Kanpur, Madhuri Kanitkar, Deputy Head, Integrated Defense Staff. The statement said the calculated model predicted a second wave of coronavirus and its peak in the third week of April, where one million cases were reported per day. However, the number of cases was much higher than the model estimate.