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  1. India, new cases last 10 days: 1607 - Sun, April 26 1835 1408 1667 1290 1537 1235 1580 Sun 1370 Sat 920
  2. India, new cases last 10 days: 1835 - Sat, April 25 1408 1667 1290 1537 1235 1580 Sun 1370 Sat 920 1059
  3. India, new cases last 10 days: 1408 - Fri, April 24 1667 1290 1537 1235 1580 Sun 1370 Sat 920 1059 881
  4. India, new cases last 10 days: 1667 - today 1290 1537 1235 1580 Sun 1370 Sat 920 1059 881 1033
  5. India, new cases last 10 days: 1290 - today 1537 1235 1580 Sun 1370 Sat 920 1059 881 1033 1242
  6. India, new cases last 10 days: 1537 - today 1235 1580 Sun 1370 Sat 920 1059 881 1033 1242 758 Sun
  7. India, new cases last 10 days: 1235 - today 1580 Sun 1370 Sat 920 1059 881 1033 1242 758 Sun 854 Sat
  8. India, new cases last 10 days: 1581 Sun - today 1370 Sat 920 1059 881 1033 1242 758 Sun 854 Sat 871
  9. it's on the website i have linked to, on top of the map. https://www.covid19india.org/ https://icmr.nic.in/sites/default/files/whats_new/ICMR_testing_update_18April_9PM_IST.pdf
  10. India, new cases last 10 days: 1370 Sat - today 920 1059 881 1033 1242 758 Sun 854 Sat 871 813
  11. (India) Kerala institute develops kit to detect COVID-19 in 2 hrs: Vardhan https://www.rediff.com/news/report/coronavirus-in-india-indigenous-kit-can-detect-covid-19-in-2-hrs-vardhan/20200418.htm
  12. India, new cases last 10 days: 920 - today 1059 881 1033 1242 758 Sun 854 Sat 871 813 565
  13. 'World's longest creature' discovered in ocean depths off Western Australian coast https://in.yahoo.com/news/worlds-longest-creature-discovered-ocean-australian-coast-125549234.html
  14. India, new cases last 10 days: 1059 - today 881 1033 1242 758 Sun 854 Sat 871 813 565 573
  15. India, new cases last 10 days: 881 - today 1033 1242 758 Sun 854 Sat 871 813 565 573 489
  16. India, new cases last 10 days: 1033 - today 1242 758 Sun 854 Sat 871 813 565 573 489 606 Sun
  17. I had the good opportunity to volunteer for a month in Kerala's palliative care institute (Kozhikode). It is so amazingly run and novel that folks from the developed world and UN go there to observe their model (much like how Mumbai's Dabbalwalla's became globally appreciated, but this is more creditable). They evolved palliative care's boundaries to go beyond cancer and terminal patients : The goal is to train at least one member of the family of the patient in basic nursing. The family of the patient stays at the hospice for a week with the patient for free. They get trained for things like putting IV, collecting temperature/BP/pulse/other data, ensuring how to prevent bed sores, etc. Then the family leaves for their home. Following that for eternity, every couple of weeks, couple of members (certified nurses) from the institute will visit your house to check how the patient is doing. If and when things go bad you go to the hospital for free. Everyone's house will be visited every 2 weeks because of a route and schedule created to ensure that. All for every religion, social status, income level at no cost. All just run based on donations connected largely from villages and small town. No private sector control.
  18. ndia, new cases last 10 days: 1242 - today 758 Sun 854 Sat 871 813 565 573 489 606 Sun 579 Sat
  19. India, new cases last 10 days: 759 Sun - today 854 Sat 871 813 565 573 489 606 Sun 579 Sat 560
  20. India, new cases last 10 days: 854 Sat - today 871 813 565 573 489 606 Sun 579 Sat 560 486
  21. So you do have your own sources...interesting. We thought you just skimmed numbers off BOT. Do you think NM and NTTD will get to 150 dom using your abnormally conservative calculations?
  22. from 100-110 to 80-90? Time to Flop, James Flop.
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