best-online-football-games-2020,Slamming the media reports claiming higher COVID-19 death count based on data from the National Health Mission's Health Management Information System (HMIS), the Centre said, "The report compares data from the Civil Registration System (CRS) and HMIS to draw erroneous inferences. Such reports are conjectures and speculation without any substantial basis."
Citing the death numbers reported in the HMIS, the MohFW in a statement stated that the media report goes on to say that "In the absence of other information, these deaths should all be considered as COVID-19 deaths". ,basketball-world-cup-teams-2014
poker-png,"As per the media report itself ‘over 2,50,000 deaths were from causes not known’. Attributing any death to COVID-19 without any basis than based on empirical data is fallacious and such inferences are mere figments of imagination," the statement further read.
volleyball-verein-zug,The government stressed that it was always been transparent while maintaining and releasing COVID death data. The MoHFW further stated that the states and Union Territories have also been asked to update the data regarding the pandemic in this particular system.
"In order to avoid inconsistency in number of deaths being reported, Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) has issued ‘Guidance for appropriate recording of COVID-19 related deaths in India’ for correct recording of all deaths as per ICD-10 codes recommended by World Health Organisation (WHO) for mortality coding," the statement said.,nba-daily-lines
uconn.-women's-basketball,India recorded 38,792 new coronavirus cases and 624 fatalities, the health ministry data released on July 14 morning said. A total of 4,11,408 deaths have been reported so far in the country.
cricket-online-stores-usa,Notably, the country recorded 2,020 new COVID deaths after Madhya Pradesh reconciled its fatality data.