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Coronavirus infections in India daily rose by 329,942, while the number of deaths from the disease rose by 3,876, according to a study by the Ministry of Health on Tuesday.
The total number of coronavirus infections in India is at 22.99 million, while the total death toll rose to 249,992, although experts believe the figures did not occur.
India leads the world in the average number of new deaths reported daily, accounting for one third of the world’s deaths each day, according to a Reuters news report.
The seven-day increase in new cases is a staggering 390,995.
The World Health Organization (WHO) says that the first type of coronavirus that was first identified in the country last year has been identified as a global concern, with early research showing that it is highly contagious.
“We are choosing this as a global need,” Maria Van Kerkhove, WHO chief technical officer at COVID-19, told a conference in Geneva on Monday. “There are a lot of things that can show that people can spread easily.”
Nations around the world have sent cylinders and other medical equipment to help the Indian crisis as many hospitals in the country are struggling with a lack of life-saving equipment.
Eleven people died Monday at a state hospital in Tirupati, a city south of Andhra Pradesh, due to a delayed arrival of an air tank, said a government official.
“There was a shortage of air pressure due to shortages. It all happened in just five minutes,” M Harinarayan, the state’s official, said Monday, adding that SVR Ruia hospital is now well ventilated.
At least 16 members of several professors and retired teachers and staff who live at Aligarh Muslim University, one of India’s most prominent institutions, have died of coronavirus, the university said.
Adding to the pressure on the medical facilities, the Indian government has instructed doctors to be on the lookout for signs of mucormycosis or “black fungus” in COVID-19 patients as hospitals report an increase in rare but potentially fatal diseases.
The condition, which can cause darkness or runny nose, blurred vision, chest pains, shortness of breath and coughing blood, are closely linked to diabetes, which can also be exacerbated by steroids such as dexamethasone, formerly a serious COVID-19.
Doctors in this country should warn against using cow dung in the belief that it will save COVID-19, saying there is no scientific evidence of its effectiveness and that it is at risk of transmitting other diseases.
In the state of Gujarat in western India, some believers go to a cattle ranch once a week to cover their bodies with cow dung and urine in hopes of boosting their immune system, or helping them to recover, coronavirus.
“There is no conclusive scientific evidence that cow dung or urine has a protective effect on COVID-19, based entirely on belief,” said Dr JA Jayalal, President of the Indian Medical Association.
India’s second wave has intensified calls for closure around the country and has encouraged many countries to enact stricter laws, cracking down on businesses and the economy.
Apple iPhone 12 production at Foxconn factory in southern Tamil Nadu cast by more than 50 percent because workers with COVID-19 had to resign, two sources told Reuters.