India, as it seemed a month ago, did what was expected. The testing rate was lowered and the people have been led to believe that the pandemic is almost over. Indian Government has now undertaken a completely new approach. The one, with which, they have much experience. Lies and botched-up figures.
Europe has started to experience a much worse second-wave of infections, just like North America while South America has managed to remain on the lower side of the scale.
USA is witnessing a particular increase in the number of daily cases; courtesy, election and campaign rallies.
The daily number of deaths has also increased, just as predicted.
October was the first month when the daily number of cases crossed the 500,000 mark on more occasions than one.
Now, for the month of November!
Considering the current rate of growth, it is safe to say that the Global Figures should increase by somewhere around 15 million this month.
But then, there is always the human factor involved!
The next 30 days should witness the worsening of the already worse situation.
North and South America, along with Europe should continue to see an increase in the number of infections.
By the end of the month, USA should record anywhere between 2.7 to 3.2 million cases. As for South America, the total number of cases in this month should go up by at least, 1.8 million.
Asia, in its present state, should witness an increase of 2.6 to 3 million cases.
But if, somehow, India considers increases the testing rate, Asia should very well record over 4.3 million cases.
According to present data and present state of the things, India should record anywhere between 1.3 to 1.6 million cases.
But with increased testing rate, if that happens, India will record somewhere between 2.6 to 3.1 million cases.
Europe, in the present state of rapidly increasing numbers, should end up recording somewhere around 7.8 to 8.65 million cases.
The number of deaths should increase by at least 20% as compared to the last month.
P.S. To people who believe “Everything’s gonna be okay”, No! It’s not.