About 1 in 3 of the daily COVID-19 cases reported worldwide is now in India, where the risk of new infections is growing faster than in any other country.
The second outbreak of COVID-19 in India has completely shaken the country’s medical equipment as families unnecessarily ask for air and other life-saving videos.
In the capital city of New Delhi, it is widely used many corpses to Remove those affected by COVID. In some hospitals, patients have to wait outside for ambulances.
Volunteers are also growing to help with donations, including India Cares, a group of over 3,000 people who use social networking sites to access everything from donors to oxygen and medicines.
Mohd Saqib, a 23-year-old student who recently took part, told BuzzFeed News that requests for support are increasing every day.
“We lose every day to our Indian family,” Saqib said. “Man [makes a] ask and after a while we know that the same person no longer exists, this moment is the worst. ”
Mu emergency meeting Under the leadership of India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi, government officials have agreed to change the industrial emissions to meet medical needs and to use the country’s transportation system to urgently meet urgent needs.
Modi also called on countries to take concrete action on what can be saved.
India survived the worst COVID-19 in the first year of the epidemic. Even the nation became the fourth in the world because of dead people all over the world, behind the US, Brazil, and Mexico, the death toll was lower than the estimated 1.4 billion people. And when India entered 2021, it looked like it was sick, because crime and death fell sharply in September.
But since March, the country has been plagued by infectious diseases, which are suspected of being transmitted by a type of coronavirus called B.1.617. India’s National Institute of Virology said this has changed lead on transmissions, appears about 61% of the cases tested in one district last week. It is sometimes referred to as “two evolutionary variables” because it contains two mutations related to the spread of the disease, which contributes to the spread of India. it is not clear as a result of periodic clinical trials of various types there.
Now almost one in three cases of COVID-19 reported daily in the world is in India, and the number of new infections is growing faster than in any other country. Nearly 2,000 deaths due to COVID are recorded daily, about one sixth of the world’s population. But analysis by Financial Times based on the data released on fire it shows that the majority of deaths of COVID-19 in India are not counted as official statistics.
As a result of his impending health work, Giridhar R. Babu, a pathologist from the Public Health Foundation of India (PHFI), warned that “there will be no last plague or last plague.”
In conversation with almost locally, Babu said what is happening in India should be a global concern.
“If the disease is neglected in some countries, every sector is at risk of contracting the disease,” Babu said. “We need to re-evaluate the status of COVID in this country as we develop vaccines.
“Strong medical and supportive leadership should be available to build human settlements, as well as to promote the monitoring of disease and disease COVID-19 to detect outbreaks.
India’s history has been slightly criticized by the government, by critics, including the President of the Public Health Foundation of India, to spread Modi’s reforms have not yet been successful in the fight against the virus and there should be a concerted effort to strengthen the country’s medical system.
Instead, India’s election officials have announced big decisions in five countries, the country’s cricket board provided a green light at international matches with a stadium full of spectators, as well as a Hindu festival of Kumbh mela brought millions of Hindus to Haridwar for a sacred ceremony.
India’s growing crisis of COVID-19 is also the worst case scenario in the global human immunization effort for coronavirus. The Serum Institute of India in Pune is the world’s largest producer of vaccines, and has been commissioned initial production 200 million of the Oxford / AstraZeneca vaccine for COVAX, a joint venture between WHO, the Coalition for Epidemic Preparedness Innovations, and Gavi, the Vaccine Alliance, which aims to bring low-cost vaccines to developing countries.
But India’s home vaccine has struggled, with only 1.4% of the population has a complete COVID-19 vaccine. Late March, India has stopped vaccinating exports changing the AstraZeneca vaccine to its own vaccine.
Serum Institute of India is also signed a contract the release of nearly one billion vaccines produced by the US company Novavax upon approval. Another pressure to use the vaccine manufacturer in this country to implement its own program is failing to affect the entire world. India he also protested that exports to the U.S. over the production equipment used to make the vaccine will hamper its ability to meet international demands.
The US is also being pressured to pay around A dose of 20 million of unused AstraZeneca vaccines that have not yet been approved for use by the FDA. AstraZeneca said it would be soon US $ 30 million ready, even in the US agreed to send 4 million in Canada and Mexico in March. Asked about AstraZeneca’s shareholding in shares, COVID-19 White House response supervisor Jeff Zients said Friday that the US would “consider options” to send more vaccines overseas “while relying on our own resources.” He pointed to President Joe Biden $ 4 billion mortgage Going to COVAX in February as a show to support the country’s global vaccine.
In the meantime, the CDC will liaise with Indian health officials and provide technical assistance, said Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases.
“It’s difficult for us to try to help in any way we can,” he said. “Obviously, they have to get their people vaccinated.”