Coronavirus: Is India the next global hotspot?

The coronavirus took hold slowly in India, but six months after its first confirmed infection it has overtaken Russia to record the world’s third largest caseload.
With the world’s second-largest population, much of which lives packed into cities, the country was perhaps always destined to become a global hotspot.
But the data behind its case numbers is questionable, because India is not testing enough, and an unusually low death rate has baffled scientists.

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