Virus detector ‘not as accurate’ as in past but will improve over time

With its improved detection capabilities and improved detection methods, India’s new virus detector will likely be a more accurate and reliable test of the state of the country’s bioterrorism.

The new detector, which will be installed in all new and existing police stations, will be a key component in combating the growing threat posed by a growing number of deadly viruses, as well as preventing the spread of pandemics.

According to the latest data from the National Crime Records Bureau (NCRB), there were 4,064 cases of coronavirus in India last year, which was an increase of 17 percent over the year before.

India is on track to surpass the world total of 4,092 cases of the virus by the end of March, with more than 70,000 deaths expected by March 2021.

In terms of total deaths, there were more than 4.5 million deaths last year and this year the NCRB predicts a further rise of more than 3 million, with almost 60 percent of the deaths due to the coronaviruses, the biggest one being from COVID-19, which has killed more than 1,200 people.

The NCRB data also shows that in terms of the percentage of deaths due a disease that is either currently being tracked by the Indian government or one that is predicted to develop, India is projected to be the worst performer with 4.3 percent, while the United States has seen a rapid increase in the number of deaths with a whopping 4.9 percent increase.

According the NCBD data, India was last on the list with a 10.6 percent share in terms in deaths due COVID, which is expected to reach a peak of 16.6 per cent by 2021.

In comparison, the United Kingdom, which suffered a major COVID outbreak in the early days of this year, has been reported to have had less than 2 percent of its deaths due the disease.

While India is still on track for the highest number of cases of COVID in the world, the data shows that the country has also seen a sharp decline in cases, which are predicted to fall to just 0.2 percent of cases in 2021.

According To the latest NCRB numbers, the death rate from COVI is expected at 9.5 per 1,000 people, while for the death of COV-19 the rate is expected be 9.2 per 1.000.