World Coronavirus in India: record of 200,000 new daily cases in 24 hours
India's second wave: Daily Covid cases hit record high as new lockdowns imposed
A familiar scene is taking place across India. In large cities, hospital beds are filling up with Covid-19 patients. Warehouses, unused trains and large public spaces are being converted into makeshift treatment centers. And restrictions are clamping back down, with new lockdowns in place. © Sanchit Khanna/Hindustan Times/Getty Images NEW DELHI, INDIA - APRIL 3: A health worker in PPE coveralls collects a swab sample from a traveller for Covid-19 testing at Anand Vihar Bus Terminal (ISBT), on April 3, 2021 in New Delhi, India.
The number of daily contaminations has more than doubled since early April in the countryepidemic - The number of daily contaminations has more than doubled since early April in the country
while a second wave of contamination is growing in this country of 1.3 billion,recorded a record of 200,000 new in the last 24 hours, according to official data published on Thursday.
The number of daily contaminations has more than doubled since early April., also deplored 1.038 deaths in 24 hours, or nearly 175,000 deaths in total, depending on the data from the Ministry of Health.
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