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CNBCTV18.com 10/30/2020 08:18
If the latest data points are anything to go by, the COVID trajectory in India could be on a downward slide - the Nation's tally has risen by around 49,000 to around 80.9 lakhs in the last 24 hours. But active cases are on a decline for the 27th day in a row, slipping below the 6 lakh mark. So, what explains this downward slide? Earlier this week. Renowned epidemiologist Doctor Jayaprakash Muliyil in an exclusive interview with CNBC-TV18, said that signs of herd immunity was the only plausible explanation behind the fall in active COVID cases.

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