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Steve Hanke Raises Question Over India’s Corona Data

Steve Hanke

Since the time of outbreak of Corona, India’s Corona data over testing and affected people has been suspicious.

Now, Professor Steve Hanke of John Hopkins University has raised serious questions over the corona data of India.

In his yesterday’s tweet, he has raised questions over corona data of many countries, including India, saying – “These countries are rotten apples of coronavirus data. These countries either do not report covid data or are reporting highly suspicious data.”

The list of the countries, that he has quoted includes Vietnam, India, China, Yemen, Venenzuela, Turkey, Egypt and Syria.

Steve Hanke has already raised questions over India’s data with respect to Kerala, Maharashtra and Gujarat

India incidentally remains the only country — barring a few whose status of classification is pending in the World Health Organization list that has more than 45,000 cases — with no community transmission yet.

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