“There is a human barricade for the virus,” said Bhramar Mukherjee, an epidemiologist at the University of Michigan, who with a team of researchers, has been modeling the trajectory of the outbreak in India.
“By the end of March, we should see a very slow, steady decline (in cases),” she added.
Cases that were rising by nearly 100,000 a day in September are now growing at just 10,000 a day. And India’s official number of total infections, which was projected to surpass that of the United States in late 2020, now stands at 11 million, well behind the U.S. tally of about 28 million.
Total deaths so far in India