India’s single day-10,000 cases ;6.64million infections worldwide

By Neeraj Bajpai

India’s single day -10,000 cases!. Country’s cases jump by about 10,000 in a single day taking its coronavirus infections tally to 2, 26,770 with 6348 deaths while the global load topped 6,664,908. with nearly 391,686  deaths, according to Johns Hopkins University.

 The US has reported 1,872,660 cases of 108,211 deaths including 30,174 deaths in the New York state. At least 40 cities are under curfew amid large scale violence during anti-police protests against the death of 46-year-old African -American George Floyd in police custody eight days ago. Protestors were tear-gassed near the White House on Tuesday.

Cases in Peru spiking. visuals show to scramble for oxygen cylinders. Peru has reported 183,198 cases and over 5031 deaths.

India reported 9,851 cases of coronavirus and 273 deaths in the last 24 hours, the most in one-day, health ministry data reflects. It is placed in eighth place in terms of recoveries. However, India figures among the top five countries in terms of active cases.

The total cases in the country have climbed to 2, 26,770. So far 1, 09,462 people have recovered and 6,348 have died, while the recovery rate or the chances of people getting better is 48.27 percent.

India is now the seventh worst-hit nation after the US, Brazil, Russia, the UK, Spain, and Italy. In terms of fatalities, India is ranked 12th at present,

 The central and South American countries have become the “intense zones” for the pandemic coronavirus.

Face masks are now mandatory to be worn by everybody while in crowded public places, mosques, bazaars, shopping malls, and public transport ie road, rail, and flights. We have reviewed our guidelines for wearing masks and have added a mandatory section” Pakistan’s state Heath Minister Zafar Mirza has tweeted. It has 89249 cases and 1838 deaths.

The biggest rise in caseloads can be found in Brazil, Colombia, Chile, Peru, Mexico, Haiti, Argentina, and Bolivia.

Brazil now has the second-highest number of cases globally. It has registered more than 34,021 deaths and 614,914. Brazil with a spike in cases is emerging as a major worry.

The UK has reported a total of deaths 283,079 cases and about 40,000 deaths.  Spain has so far reported 240,660 cases, and 27,133 deaths, while Italy’s death toll is 33,689, and cases mounted to 233,013.

In Germany, there are 184,472 cases and over 8635 deaths. France has reported 184,559 cases and 29,068 deaths against Japan’s 16911 cases and 911 deaths.

Sweden has reported more than 4562 deaths and 41,883 cases. Canada has reported 95,269 cases and 7717 deaths. In Norway, there are 8437 cases and 236 deaths.

Likewise, Belarus has reported 45,981 Cases and 253 deaths in the. Mexico has reported 105,680 cases and 12,545 deaths.

The Russian Federation has reported 449.256 Cases with 5520 deaths.

China which was the epicenter previously has reported a total of 84,171 cases and 4639 deaths. South Korea has reported 11668 cases and 273 deaths

Singapore has 37183 cases and 24.deaths.In Afghanistan, the case figures stand at 18054 and 300 deaths.

In Bangladesh, over 60391 cases were reported and it has lost 811 lives. In Sri Lanka, 1797 cases came into light with 11 deaths only. Nepal today reported eleven deaths while its cases touched the 2912 mark. Bhutan has reported 47 cases and no deaths.

Vietnam has reported 328 cases and no death against Taiwan’s reportage of 442 cases and seven deaths to date. South Africa has reported 40,792 cases and 848 deaths

In Saudi Arabia, 93157 cases surfaced with 611 deaths. Iran has reported a total of 8071 deaths and 164,270 cases. In UAE, The death toll is 273, and cases are 37018.

Yesterday, three of the authors (Mandeep R. Mehra, MD, MSc, Frank Ruschitzka, MD, Amit N. Patel, MD) of the paper “Hydroxychloroquine or chloroquine with or without a macrolide for treatment of COVID-19: a multinational registry analysis” have retracted their Study.

After the publication of our Lancet Article, several concerns were raised with respect to the veracity of the data and analyses conducted by Surgisphere Corporation and its founder and our co-author, Sapan Desai, in our publication. We launched an independent third-party peer review of Surgisphere with the consent of Sapan Desai to evaluate the origination of the database elements, to confirm the completeness of the database, and to replicate the analyses presented in the paper.

Our independent peer reviewers informed us that Surgisphere would not transfer the full dataset, client contracts, and the full ISO audit report to their servers for analysis as such transfer would violate client agreements and confidentiality requirements. As such, our reviewers were not able to conduct an independent and private peer review and therefore notified us of their withdrawal from the peer-review process.

We always aspire to perform our research in accordance with the highest ethical and professional guidelines. We can never forget the responsibility we have as researchers to scrupulously ensure that we rely on data sources that adhere to our high standards. Based on this development, we can no longer vouch for the veracity of the primary data sources. Due to this unfortunate development, the authors request that the paper be retracted.

We all entered this collaboration to contribute in good faith and at a time of great need during the COVID-19 pandemic. We deeply apologize to you, the editors, and the journal readership for any embarrassment or inconvenience that this may have caused. Mandeep R Mehra, Frank Ruschitzka, Amit N Patel

Statement from The Lancet:

Today, three of the authors of the paper, “Hydroxychloroquine or chloroquine with or without a macrolide for treatment of COVID-19: a multinational registry analysis”, have retracted their study. They were unable to complete an independent audit of the data underpinning their analysis. As a result, they have concluded that they “can no longer vouch for the veracity of the primary data sources.” The Lancet takes issues of scientific integrity extremely seriously, and there are many outstanding questions about Surgisphere and the data that were allegedly included in this study. Following guidelines from the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE) and International Committee of Medical Journal Editors (ICMJE), institutional reviews of Surgisphere’s research collaborations are urgently needed.


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