A Comparative Analysis of the Indian Strategy of Lowering COVID-19 Transmission

In response to the rapidly spreading coronavirus illness 2019 (COVID-19) in the United States, Spain, and Europe, nations are implementing national lockdown plans and limiting international travel. The techniques used in India appear to be more effective at preventing the disease from spreading within the population. Our statistical analysis was based on publicly accessible information on the new verified cases reported every day from different countries as well as information about the ongoing clinical studies of various diagnostic and therapeutic approaches. Real-time RT-PCR was shown to be ineffective as a diagnostic tool, so the nation concentrated on the ELISA-based humoral response assay and included Convalescent Plasma therapy as a core treatment protocol. This assisted India in achieving a higher recovery rate (22.5 percent) in a short amount of time. The implementation of strict precautions and total lockdown until March helped the nation reduce the number of fatalities (3 percent ). 9.45 lakh suspected cases are being monitored by the Union Ministry of Health and Family Welfare. Our statistical research shows that India has greater survival rates than many other nations, but quick action must be made to stop the spread of illness in the states with denser populations. Convalescent Plasma treatment should be used, and creating efficient diagnostic instruments and antiviral medications should be a top priority.

Author(s) Details:

G. N. Nirmala,
Department of Biotechnology, Vels Institute of Science, Technology and Advanced Studies, Pallavaram, Chennai, India.

Sandra Jose,
Department of Biotechnology, Vels Institute of Science, Technology and Advanced Studies, Pallavaram, Chennai, India.

K. Nitin,
Department of Biotechnology, Vels Institute of Science, Technology and Advanced Studies, Pallavaram, Chennai, India.

Akshata Sharma,
Department of Biotechnology, Vels Institute of Science, Technology and Advanced Studies, Pallavaram, Chennai, India.

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