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ethang5
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10/1/2020 2:03:10 AM
Posted: 1 year ago
USA - 7, 321, 343
India - 6, 474, 702
Brazil - 4, 732, 309

Shithole India now within 1 million of the USA.

The moron said we should follow the country's stats. Wonder what he will do when India reaches works #1 shithole ranking?

Spam about Africa some more? Claim his "concern" is only America?

One thing is certain. Sh*t always sinks to the bottom.
Harikrish
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10/17/2020 4:07:11 PM
Posted: 1 year ago
ethang5 wrote:
USA - 7, 321, 343
India - 6, 474, 702
Brazil - 4, 732, 309

Shithole India now within 1 million of the USA.

The moron said we should follow the country's stats. Wonder what he will do when India reaches works #1 shithole ranking?

Spam about Africa some more? Claim his "concern" is only America?

One thing is certain. Sh*t always sinks to the bottom.

Covid updates.

1 USA. Cases=8, 3 million. Deaths=223, 546. Recovered=5, 4 million active=2, 7 million

2 India. Cases=7, 4 million. Deaths=113, 032. Recovered=6, 5 million. Active=795, 969

3 Brazil. Cases=5, 200, 300. Deaths=153, 214. Recovered=4, 599, 446. Active=447, 640

Note USA has 2. 6 million active cases. India has 796 000 active cases.
USA has 223, 546 deaths. , Brazil has 153, 214 deaths and India has 113, 032.

Brazil, Is receiving experimental Vaccines for Covid-19 from China which is improving their standing.

INDIA
Majority of Indian Covid patients asymptomatic as infections top 3 million

Nearly 80 percent of Covid-19 patients in India have shown little or no symptoms of the infection, According to the health ministry. The figures, Published in a new study, Came as the number of reported coronavirus cases on the subcontinent surpassed the three million mark.

An analysis by the Integrated Disease Surveillance Programme (IDSP) in Delhi has concluded that as many as 80 percent of Indian Covid-19 patients are asymptomatic or have shown very mild symptoms.

Analysis of data from the top five high burden Indian states confirm the trend with young people, Mostly asymptomatic, The major drivers of the epidemic.

Maharashtra, Delhi, Tamil Nadu, Karnataka and Andhra Pradesh are the states with the highest number of cases in the country.

A similar study carried out in May by scientists of the Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) showed that 28 percent of 40, 184 people who had tested positive for Covid-19 between January 22 and April 30 in India were asymptomatic. That figure has now risen dramatically.

"In almost 80 percent of the cases of Covid-19 which are being reported in India, The patients tend to exhibit either nil or mild symptoms. These patients are mostly contacts of confirmed cases, " said health minister Harsh Vardhan.

"Had it not been for our contact tracing efforts, And if left to their own in isolation, These patients may not have even remembered or reported their infection, " he added.

Medical experts suggest that a large number of asymptomatic patients represent a major source for the further spread of the disease.

India reported 60, 975 new cases of Covid-19 and 854 deaths in the last 24 hours, Pushing the tally to over 3. 17 million cases including 2. 4 million recovered patients, According to the health ministry on Tuesday.

Exposure high in urban areas

With over 58, 000 deaths, Only slightly behind the toll in Mexico, India is the worst-hit country in Asia and third behind the United States and Brazil in terms of number of cases globally.

Last week, The World Health Organisation said people in their 20s, 30s and 40s, Most of them asymptomatic, Are driving the Covid-19 pandemic.

"Many are unaware they are infected, " said Takeshi Kasai, The WHO"s Western Pacific regional director.

A similar trend seems to be underway in India, With data from the ICMR suggesting that people aged between 21 and 50 account for 61 percent of all Covid-19 cases recorded.

According to one study in the US, Asymptomatic Covid-19 cases could be the key to understanding how a larger population can develop immunity against the virus.

"It is an intriguing hypothesis that asymptomatic infection triggering immunity may lead us to get more population-level immunity, " says Monica Gandhi, An infectious-disease specialist at the University of California.

"A high rate of asymptomatic infection is a good thing. It is a good thing for the individual and a good thing for society, " Gandhi says.

Over the weekend, Authorities in India said as many as 90 patients were found to be asymptomatic among 97 new Covid-19 cases reported in the north-eastern state of Arunachal Pradesh.

New hotspots continue to emerge in rural areas of Uttar Pradesh and Bihar states in India's north, And in the southern states of Telangana, Karnataka, Tamil Nadu and Andhra Pradesh.
Harikrish
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1/6/2021 4:40:43 PM
Posted: 11 months ago
ethang5 wrote:
Now over 9 million infections.

India: The biggest, Stinkest, Shithole on the planet.

India is the largest vaccine producer in the world.

Is Africa doomed?

Large parts of Africa may not get covid-19 vaccines for several years

HEALTH 31 December 2020
By Peter Yeung

Some African countries may not receive enough covid-19 vaccine doses to reach herd immunity for years to come, According to an internal report by a World Health Organization (WHO) initiative to coordinate vaccine roll-out.

Vaccinations aren"t likely to begin in Africa until mid-2021, According to the Africa Centres for Disease Control and Prevention. It could take years to secure the doses needed to immunise 60 per cent of the continent"s 1. 3 billion people, The threshold at which herd immunity may be achieved. In comparison, On 8 December, The UK, "

At the same time a new CoVid-19 strain discovered in Africa.

" After a highly infectious COVID-19 variant was found in the U. K. Right before Christmas, Another deadly strain of the coronavirus emerged in South Africa, Leading some public health experts to worry that it could be an even bigger threat than the U. K. Variant.

"I"m incredibly worried about the South African variant, " Britain"s Health Secretary Matt Hancock told the BBC"s Today program on Monday. As a result, The British government has suspended all flights from South Africa. "This is a very, Very significant problem" and it"s even more of a problem than the U. K. New variant, " Hancock added.

Like the U. K. Variant, The new strain discovered in South Africa, Officially called 501Y. V2, Involves multiple mutations inside the coronavirus at the same time.

"They both have multiple, Different mutations in them, So they"re not a single mutation, " John Bell, A medicine professor at Oxford University, Explained in Britain"s Times Radio on Sunday. "The mutations associated with the South African form are really pretty substantial changes in the structure of the (virus" spike) protein.

So the real challenge for WHO is to keep the African strain 501Y. V2, In Africa.
Will the BLM protest the discrimination of blacks now based on their colour and the virus they carry?
Harikrish
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7/21/2021 2:51:51 PM
Posted: 4 months ago
Nigger Ethang5 is the most ignorant low IQ nigger in DDO history.

Here he is claiming there are more infections in India than the entire world. That is a total lie. His mental illness from all that poop eating in Ghana is clouding his mind.

Here are the CoVid facts.

World cases 190 million.
World deaths 4. 1 million.
The corona virus has affected 220 countries and territories.

USA cases 35 million.
USA deaths 624k.

Brazil deaths 542k

India cases 31 million.
India deaths 414k

India ranks behind USA in cases and deaths. And behind Brazil in deaths. Hardly the title for more infections in India than the entire world.

In fact the cases in India have dropped dramatically.

Latest News Worldmeter.

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Nigger Ethang5 had been repeatedly reminded Africans are dying in the millions from AIDS, Starvation and civil wars.

Africans leads the world in AIDS deaths(100 mil), African starvation deaths (25 million). Annual African deaths from diarrhoea (1. 2 million), Malaria deaths (431k) 93% of malaria deaths are in Africa. See Statista and WHO
(African malaria deaths set to dwarf covid-19 fatalities as pandemic hits control efforts, WHO warns)
African continent CoVid-19 deaths=155k African American deaths=98k
Out of the 1. 2 million CoVid deaths in Latin America 21% are blacks.
Which makes Africans the highest CoVid deaths by race.

Ethang5 mocking India over CoVid has reversed Karma on Africans for the worse. See WHO report.

Delta variant drives Africa COVID threat to "whole new level": WHO warns; "dominant" in Europe by August
Nigger Ethang5 lives in Ghana Africa and yet is ignorant of the Delta Variant devastating African countries.
He is too busy looking at pictures of beautiful Indian women. Ethang5 is a Sick nigger bastard.

The highly infectious COVID-19 Delta variant has been reported in 22 of the 55 African states, And it could cause hundreds of thousands of deaths in the coming months, According to a report by the Africa Center for Strategic Studies.

The report published last week (9 July) says that the number of COVID-19 cases have nearly tripled with 30, 000 fatalities on the continent since the end of April when the Delta variant emerged in Uganda.

"Panic and fear are taking hold in many communities as the number of people losing family [members] and friends rises exponentially, " the report says.

"The speed and scale of Africa"s third wave is like nothing we"ve seen before. "
Matshidiso Moeti, WHO Regional Office for Africa

Africa"s more than 103, 184 COVID-19 deaths could hit 500, 000 by October if vaccines are not made available to contain the raging variants, A meeting also heard.

New COVID-19 cases progressively increased in Africa for six weeks running and rose by 25 per cent weekly to almost 202, 000 by last month (27 June), According to the World Health Organization (WHO) regional office for Africa.

Deaths increased by 15 per cent across 38 African countries to almost 3, 000 in the same period. The surge comes as less than three per cent of people have received even a single vaccine dose.

Deaths increased by 15 per cent across 38 African countries to almost 3, 000 in the same period. The surge comes as less than three per cent of people have received even a single vaccine dose.

"The speed and scale of Africa"s third wave is like nothing we"ve seen before. The rampant spread of more contagious variants pushes the threat to Africa up to a whole new level, " said Matshidiso Moeti, WHO regional director for Africa during a virtual press briefing on 1 July.

"More transmission means more serious illness and more deaths so everyone must act now and boost prevention measures to stop an emergency becoming a tragedy. "

"The speed and scale of Africa"s third wave is like nothing we"ve seen before. The rampant spread of more contagious variants pushes the threat to Africa up to a whole new level, " said Matshidiso Moeti, WHO regional director for Africa during a virtual press briefing on 1 July.

"More transmission means more serious illness and more deaths so everyone must act now and boost prevention measures to stop an emergency becoming a tragedy. "

The Delta variant first identified in India is up to 60 per cent more transmissible than other variants, According to Pontiano Kaleebu, The executive director Uganda Virus Research Institute. The variant is in three of the five countries in Africa " Egypt, Ethiopia, Morocco, South Africa and Tunisia " reporting the highest caseloads last month.

In Uganda and the Democratic Republic of Congo, The Delta variant had been detected in 97 and 76 per cent of the total samples analysed respectively, The WHO meeting heard.

The WHO attributes rising cases to a lack of adherence to transmission prevention measures, Vaccine inequity, And ineffective implementation of public health and social measures.

As of this week (12 July), Only 4. 24 per 100 people in Africa had received at least one dose of COVID-19 compared with the UK and US figures of 119. 02 and 100. 05 respectively per 100 people, According to COVID-19 tracker, Our World in Data.

David Sserwadda, The head of the vaccine advisory committee in Uganda, Tells SciDev. Net that it will be a worldwide trap "if one region vaccinates and another does not".

Moeti added: "While supply challenges grind on, Dose sharing can help plug the gap. We are grateful for the pledges made by our international partners, But we need urgent action on allocations. Africa must not be left languishing in the throes of its worst wave yet. "

Yonas Tegegn Woldemariam, The WHO country representative to Uganda, Called on global North countries to share their COVID-19 vaccines with African countries and others through the COVAX facility, Which delivered 1. 6 million vaccines over the past weeks and 20 million doses since the roll-out started in the continent.

Strive Mayisiwa, The African Union Special Envoy and head of the African COVID-19 vaccine acquisition task team, Said: "We are not going to allow this pandemic to become like HIV, And go on and on" killing our people. We are not going to allow a fourth and the fifth and the sixth wave of this pandemic. "

John Nkengasong, The director of Africa Centres for Disease Control and Prevention, Recalled a similar experience in the early fight against HIV/AIDS.

"I spent 29 years in the area of HIV/AIDS and saw first-hand the suffering, The trauma of our continent " where millions of Africans died because anti-HIV drugs to treat HIV patients were available but they were not accessible on the continent" Never again. Never should history repeat itself, " said Nkengasong. "Not on our watch. "

This piece was produced by SciDev. Net"s Sub-Saharan Africa English desk.

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