The fresh cases of the ongoing pandemic reached 968876 with 32695 fresh infections reported in the past 24 hours, which marks the highest slump in cases in a single day.
In the wake of this tense situation, a study carried out by the Indian Institute of Science (IISc) regarding the spread of the virus in the country is quite scary. The study predicted both the worst and better scenario of the virus.
According to the study, by the end of March, India could have as many as 6.18 crore infections of the virus in the worst scenario. On the other hand, in a better scenario, the cases in India will be restricted to 37.4 lakh by the end of March 2021.
The researchers predicted the scenarios by taking the pandemic data in India along with the trends that prevailed in the country between the mid of March to mid of June this year.
However, the study stated that the predictions they made might differ based on the conditions and said taking the safety measures and precautions play a crucial role in combating the virus as the virus is not available so far.