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Mini-Review Article

To Study the Spread Curve of Corona Virus in India

Author(s): Patnaik Amit*, Sinha Anita, Oraon Vinay, Srivastava Anjani Kumar and Kumar Jyoti

Volume 2, Issue 3, 2021

Published on: 25 August, 2020

Page: [359 - 363] Pages: 5

DOI: 10.2174/2666796701999200825113900

Abstract

Background: Surprisingly, all the developed countries across the world are reeling under death due to the Coronavirus infection cases (COVID 19), but a developing country like India with the second largest population still here, the casualty is very less and recovery rate is very high due to the strong immunity of the people, vaccination regime for other diseases and hot and humid condition of the country.

Objective: Yet, the greatest number of cases are in the State of Maharashtra, Tamil Nadu, Delhi, Karnataka, Gujrat, Uttar Pradesh, and Telangana the Western, Central, and Southern part of the country surprisingly the Eastern part of the country have a less number of active cases and also the mortality except for West Bengal.

Conclusion: In the State of Jharkhand very less number of active cases i.e., 2785 and mortality is only 49, is there any role of geographical condition or there is some strong genetic form so that the inhabitants have very strong immune resistance to develop the infection initiated by the virus. In this review, these questions are in focus and may be solved.

Keywords: ACE2, India, COVID19, Jharkhand, heat, polymorphic.

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