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'Horrible' weeks ahead as India's virus catastrophe worsens

A top expert is warning that the coming weeks in India will be "horrible," as COVID-19 infections and deaths mount with alarming speed and there is no end in sight to the crisis.

Posted: May 3, 2021 9:28 PM
Updated: May 4, 2021 8:48 AM

NEW DELHI (AP) — A top expert is warning that the coming weeks in India will be "horrible," as COVID-19 infections and deaths mount with alarming speed and there is no end in sight to the crisis.

The country of nearly 1.4 billion has witnessed scenes of people dying outside overwhelmed hospitals and funeral pyres lighting up the night sky.

India's official count of coronavirus cases surpassed 20 million, nearly doubling in the past three months, while deaths officially exceed 220,000. But the true figures are believed to be far higher, the undercount an apparent symptom of the troubles in the health care system.

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