New Delhi: Expressing concern over the fast-growing an infection in India within the second wave of the Covid-19 pandemic, World Health Organization (WHO) Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus on Friday stated the scenario within the nation is a devastating reminder of what the virus can do.
“The situation in India is a devastating reminder of what the virus can do,” IANS quoted Ghebreyesus as saying throughout a digital briefing in Geneva.
He additionally added that he’s very involved concerning the fast-growing caseloads within the nation.
The WHO chief’s comment comes as India recorded over three lakh circumstances for the second straight day on Friday. India’s complete energetic caseload has reached 24,28,616, which contains 14.93 % of the nation’s complete optimistic circumstances.
The 5 states of Maharashtra, Chhattisgarh, Uttar Pradesh, Karnataka and Kerala cumulatively account for 59.12 % of India’s complete energetic circumstances.
The scenario within the nation appears to be getting worse with a number of hospitals reeling below scarcity of medical oxygen and beds in view of the unprecedented surge in Covid-19 circumstances.
Amid the scarcity of oxygen within the hospitals throughout the nation, the Defence Ministry has determined to airlift 23 cellular oxygen era crops from Germany that will probably be deployed within the Armed Forces Medical Services (AFMS) hospitals catering to the sufferers.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi has assured the Centre’s full help to all of the states within the battle in opposition to the pandemic and stated if we work as one nation then there is not going to be any shortage of sources.
Prime Minister Modi referred to as for working collectively to battle the pandemic with collective energy.
The complete vaccinations throughout the nation has crossed greater than 13.82 crore mark at this time with greater than 27 lakh vaccine doses administered until eight p.m.
The cumulative variety of Covid-19 vaccine doses administered within the nation stands at 13,82,56,975.