Covid-19 cases to tear down probably by July end or by August beginning: Govt panel

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The three-member panel of scientists made equitably optimistic projections, which are set up by the Department of Science and Technology under the Science Ministry of the Government of India. Consistent with them, India’s second wave of Coronavirus is expected to decline by the end of July this year. However, the third wave of Covid-19 is also expected in about six to eight months.

Also, consistent with a mathematical model prepared by advisers to Prime Minister Narendra Modi, India's COVID-19 outbreak could peak within the coming days.

On 13 May, India reported over 4 lakh cases and nearly 4K deaths, with experts saying that the reported figures likely underlie the important tool because the nation's crematoriums and hospitals are overwhelmed. That makes the assessment of any peak complicated.

Still, estimates may become pivotal because PM Modi has been avoiding a national lockdown, choosing instead to permit states to implement their own restrictions to curb the spread.

Covid-19 has infected over 2.57 crore people in India, with over 2.76 lakh fresh cases in the last 24 hours. The death count has touched 2,87,122 with 3,874 more dying of the infection.

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