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  • Inventi:pcr/31495/20
    REVIEW ON CORONAVIRUS INFECTION IN INDIA
    G Nagarajaperumal*, M Senthil Kumar, V N Indulatha

    Acute coronavirus respiratory infection (ACVRI) is a leading cause of illness and death among all age groups in India. Coronaviruses are zoonotic, it resources they can be diffused between animals and people. Previous investigations showed that was spread from civet cats, camel to humans. Coronavirus is highly virulent and easily entered in to the respiratory system to induce the respiratory abnormality of human and animals. The lab test is not possible to perform all hospitals except Government Hospitals in India due to immediately spread to humans from isolated specimens. In our aim create the awareness to peoples to collect some data from various sources. Current status of coronavirus infection details were expressed total number of cases 7367 patients (100%), cured 715 (9.7%) patients, deaths 273 (3.7%) patients, 1 (0.01%) patient migrated and uncured 6379 (86.6%) patients. Day by day increase the prevalence in numbers 737 (10%) in India. This article will be useful researchers as soon as possible to find the novel entity for the treatment of novel coronavirus infection and common peoples follow the Government rules and regulations for reduce the prevalence in India.

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    G Nagarajaperumal, M Senthil Kumar, V N Indulatha. Review on Coronavirus Infection in India. Inventi Rapid: Clinical Research, 2020(3):1-10, 2020.
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