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Covid-19 peak in India may arrive mid-Nov: Study

IndiaTimes Sunday, 14 June 2020
The peak stage of Covid-19 pandemic in India has been delayed by the 8-week lockdown along with strengthened health measures and it may now arrive around mid-November during which there could be a paucity of isolation & ICU beds, and ventilators, according to a study. The study was conducted by researchers from an Operations Research Group constituted by ICMR.
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