New Delhi | Corona WHO Rajya Sabha: The situation created during the second wave of Corona in India is not hidden from anyone. Even after this, reports are coming out, according to which the number of deaths due to corona in the country was not as much as it was in other countries. Giving information in this regard, the government showed the figures of WHO and said that the number of people who lost their lives was quite controlled in India. He said that similarly affected countries like America, Brazil, Russia and Mexico are much less than this. This information was given by the Minister of State for Health and Family Welfare, Bharti Praveen Pawar in a written reply to a question in the Rajya Sabha.
374 lost their lives out of 10 lakh population.
Corona WHO Rajya Sabha: Bharti Praveen said that according to WHO data, the number of people who lost their lives to the Kovid epidemic in India per one million population is 374. He said that in some reports, the death toll has been estimated to be higher, which is higher than the official figures of India. He said that such reports are either based on unconfirmed data or on estimated figures, which are not reliable. In most such studies, results have been derived from limited samples of subgroups with small populations using mathematical model techniques.
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Brazil has the highest number of 3,092 deaths
Corona WHO Rajya Sabha: According to the data released by the World Health Organization, the number of people who lost their lives to Kovid-19 in India is the least compared to countries like America, Brazil, Russia and Mexico. According to the data, 374 people died per million population due to Kovid epidemic in India. Whereas in America, the number of people who lost their lives per million population due to this epidemic is 2,920, Brazil 3,092, Russia 2,506 and Mexico 2,498.
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