Coronavirus update: Govt presents more modelling on positive effects of lockdown, travel opens up gradually | The Hindu In Focus Podcast

This weekly update on COVID-19 in India features news on domestic travel opening up, flights bringing back Indians from abroad and the Health Ministry briefings which continue to focus on mathematical modelling to establish the positive effects of the lockdown and also discussing India’s recovery rates. Niti Aayog member V.K. Paul also said that an earlier 'zero cases by May 16' forecast was 'misinterpreted'.

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