How Effective is India’s Battle against Covid-19 Pandemic?

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Parag Nijhawan, Parminder Singh, Manish Kumar Singla


In December 2019, China witnesses its first case of Corona virus. On 11th February 2020, Corona-virus was declared named as COVID-19, by the World Health Organization (WHO). COVID-19 is a respiratory disease which affects an individual’s health as a whole. The novel Corona-virus started spreading at an uncontrollable pace across the world and was therefore declared as a Pandemic disease in March 2020 by the WHO. Fever, cough, breathing difficulty and sore throat are the symptoms of this virus. The biggest problem being faced by the countries around the world in controlling the number of active cases of Covid-19 has been due to its highly contagious nature. India reported its first case on 30th January, 2020. Till date India has reported around 27 lac cases of Covid-19. This number is only about 2% of the India’s total population. It can be safely concluded that India has done reasonably well in dealing with the Covid-19 pandemic inspite of its high population density of 464 persons per sq. km. In this manuscript, an attempt has been made to visualize the India’s success story to combat this pandemic situation.

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Parag Nijhawan, Parminder Singh, Manish Kumar Singla. (2021). How Effective is India’s Battle against Covid-19 Pandemic?. Annals of the Romanian Society for Cell Biology, 5001–5012. Retrieved from