It was 11 March 2020 when the World Health Organization (WHO) declared the name COVID-19 for coronavirus
disease and also described it as a pandemic. Till that day 118,000 cases were confirmed of pneumonia with breathing
problem throughout the world. At the start of New Year when COVID-19 came into knowledge a few days later, the gene
sequencing of the virus was revealed. Today the number of confirmed cases is scary, i.e. 9,472,473 in the whole world and
484,236 deaths have been recorded by WHO till 26 June 2020. WHO's global risk assessment is very high . The report
is enlightening the lessons learned by India from the highly affected countries.