New Delhi: According to the World Health Organization, there have been 374 deaths per million population in India. The central authorities mentioned on Tuesday that India has the lowest “deaths” in India in comparison with nations such because the US, Brazil, Russia and Mexico.
In a written reply to the Rajya Sabha as we speak, Union Minister of State for Health Bharti Praveen Pawar mentioned that some individuals have reported that the official variety of COVID-19 deaths reported by India is greater than that.
“These reports are mostly based on unpredictable methods or data sources used to obtain information. In most of these studies, results have been obtained from a limited sample of small populations and applied to the entire country,” the minister mentioned.
“According to knowledge obtainable on the World Health Organization (WHO), India has fewer deaths per million (374 deaths per million population) in comparison with the US (2,920 deaths per million). Brazil (3,092 deaths per million population), In the North, extra deaths have been reported in Russia (2,506 deaths per million population) and Mexico (2,498 deaths per million population).