World COVID-19: India crosses the 20 million case
“It’s a tsunami”: The coronavirus is overwhelming India’s health care system
India set a pandemic record with almost 347,000 new cases in a day.The country reported almost 347,000 new cases over a 24-hour stretch, according to the New York Times, setting a new worldwide high for the third day in a row. Deaths also climbed, to a record 2,624 in a single day, and the rolling seven-day average of daily new cases in India is quickly approaching 300,000.
u n figure that testifies to the magnitude of the pandemic of Covid-19 in . Tuesday, May 4, 2021, the country officially exceeded the 20 million cases of coronaviruses as the disease continues to wreak havoc. Over the last 24 hours, India has identified 357,229 new contamination, totaling 20.3 million, according to the . Deaths increased from 3,449 to 222 408 in total. Many experts consider however that .
The country of 1.3 billion, struck by a second wave of a great virulence, has identified 8 million new contaminations since the end of March. Hospitals are submerged and short of oxygen reserves, medicines, beds, despite the influx of international aid in recent days. However, the daily number of new contaminations has decreased in recent days, after havingFriday, to fall at about 392,500 Saturday, at 368,000 Sunday and less than 360,000 during the 24 Last hours.
India Is a Warning
The world’s largest vaccine producer is struggling to overcome its latest COVID-19 surge—and that’s everyone’s problem.What is taking place in India isn’t so much a wave as it is a wall: Charts showing the country’s infection rate and death toll, which has also reached record numbers in the country, depict curves that have shot up into vertical lines. Public-health experts aren’t optimistic that they will slope down anytime soon.
Towards an accalmia?
"If we analyze cases and daily deaths, there is a very early signal of movement in the right direction? , "Said Monday at La Lav Aggarwal, senior official of the Ministry of Health. "But these are very early signals. It is necessary to analyze them more in depth and to deploy efforts to monitor them continuously? ", he added.
India’s ruling party just lost a key election. It’s worrying that they even stood a chance. .
The defeat in the state of West Bengal, together with the coronavirus crisis, exposes Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s weak points. But the election also hints at the authoritarian’s enduring strengths.But this weekend saw a notable setback for Modi: an electoral defeat by a larger-than-expected margin.