Three reasons why WHO’s attempt at measuring Covid-19 mortality in India is sensationalist

The World Health Organisation (WHO) has estimated that 4.74 million people died in India from Covid-19. This number is more than nine times the official count of 0.52 million deaths. This anomaly between GoI and WHO figures has sparked a heated debate. WHO has adopted a maximalist approach towards enumeration, which is riddled with significant pitfalls of context and theory….

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