More and more murders are happening every day. On Thursday, April 29, India recorded 3,645 deaths from Kovid-19. According to the Indian Ministry of Health, a new outbreak of the disease has spread across the country following the outbreak during the day.
There have been 204,832 deaths related to Kovid-19 in the country, but many experts believe the number of real experts is very high. In the last 24 hours, India has detected 380,000 tons of pollution, more than six million in April alone.
Blaming the new Indian variant and the gathering of spectators at political and religious events, this exponential rise has now conquered hospitals that are short of beds, life-saving medicine and oxygen.
In an interview with the newspaper Indian ExpressThe Chief Scientific Adviser to the Government, Prof. K.S. Vijay Raghavan agreed that the government could do more to prepare for this second wave. “In the first wave (…), the central and state governments had made significant efforts to strengthen the hospital and health care infrastructure, but when that wave subsided it would probably disappear. With a sense of urgency to continue working, Did he announce?
even though, “It is not possible to raise the capacity of a public health system to a level sufficient to meet what we see today in a year.”He added. The health crisis is particularly acute in New Delhi, where people are dying at the door of overcrowded hospitals.
The United States on Wednesday announced the immediate deployment of more than $ 100 million in equipment to fight the epidemic in India. This ventilation supply includes one million rapid screening tests that can detect SARS-CoV-2 infection within fifteen minutes.
The first military plane carrying the items will arrive in New Delhi on Thursday, the White House said. These exports will also include 100,000 N95 protective masks, intended for frontline essential workers to combat the pandemic.
Other planes planned by Washington will follow, producing and supplying oxygen therapy equipment and producing more than 20 million doses of the vaccine.