Dr David Nabarro, World Health Organization's Special Correspondent for Coronavirus Virus, said that India has a relatively small number of coronavirus infections.
Dr. David Nabarro said "The epidemic will peak in the country at the end of July before the epidemic begins.
When the curfew is lifted, there will be more impact. But people should not be afraid. In the coming months (number of casualties) will increase. But there will be stability in India."
Impact from time to time during the curfew. After that, vulnerability is included. By the end of July, there will be a peak. Due to its swift action, India was able to confine the epidemic to specific areas.
The curfew was able to keep the virus at a reasonable level in some places. Most of the cities are in Maharashtra, Gujarat, Rajasthan, Delhi and Tamil Nadu.
As India has acted quickly, you have got the situation under control in most organizations. It is difficult to control it in a dense setting. The impact double rate is 11 days.
The number of coronavirus infections in India is huge, but the country's population is not huge. It is difficult to control the virus.
Mortality is high in the elderly. Since India has a different age structure, the total number of deaths in the country is relatively low.
Mortality rates seem to be higher in countries with higher numbers of elderly people. In warmer climates, the virus can spread quickly. In India, it is much lower than other countries, he said.