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Expect corona-free India by May end: Researchers

Expect corona-free India by May end: Researchers

Expect corona-free India by May end: Researchers

Based on an AI-powered data analysis, researchers at the Singapore University of Technology and Design (SUTD) have predicted that the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic would soon end in many countries, including India.

SUTD’s SIR (susceptible-infected-recovered) epidemic model is returned based on data from different countries to predict key transition dates during the coronavirus life cycle worldwide.

The SUTD has predicted through mathematical models that COVID-19 will finish 97% in India around May 21. The model uses data from Our World in Data and applies the SIR Model for the spread of disease – the differential equation model. According to SUTD, the prediction is updated daily with the latest data, and the analysis and predictions are for educational and research purposes only.

On Friday (April 24), the Center stated that there will be no case of coronavirus infection in India if the national blockade extends until May 16 and India will be free of coronavirus.

Meanwhile, the total number of cases in India increased to 26,496, which includes 19,868 active cases, 5,803 healed / discharged cases, 1 migrant patient and 824 deaths according to data from the Ministry of Health at 8.45 am IST on Sunday (26 of April). 1990 new cases and 49 deaths reported in the last 24 hours. The case rate saw the highest peak in India so far.

According to the SUTD model, the coronavirus pandemic is likely to end 97% worldwide on May 29 and 100% on December 8, 2020.

In the USA In the US, the COVID-19 outbreak is expected to end 97% around May 11, while in Italy the pandemic will end 97% around May 7.

The study expects the coronavirus crisis to end in Iran on May 10, in Turkey on May 15, in the United Kingdom on May 9, in Spain earlier in the month, and in France on May 3. In Germany, the study says the pandemic will end on April 30 and Canada on May 16.

 

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