India: Uncontrollable situation due to Corona, a week of complete lockdown in Delhi
New Delhi: (Web Desk) Corona virus in India due to the alarming increase, the situation began to get out of control, there was a severe shortage of oxygen in hospitals. A full week of severe lockdown was imposed in New Delhi. In a single day, a record 275,000 patients came forward, while former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh also tested positive for corona.
According to foreign media, as the situation worsened during the second wave of corona virus epidemic in India, the government has announced a week-long strict lockdown in the capital New Delhi from Monday night.
The infection rate in Delhi has risen to about 30 per cent, leading to a huge shortage of beds and ICUs in Delhi’s hospitals.
Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal has decided to impose a complete lockdown in the city and said that strict action will be taken against those who go out without any work during the lockdown. There are only about 100 beds left in Delhi’s hospitals.
New Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal has said that the Indian health system is deteriorating moment by moment and if the lockdown had not been implemented, the country would have been heading for a catastrophe.
According to foreign media, there is severe shortage of oxygen in many union states of the country and the health system of the country is also under severe pressure. There is a shortage of vaccines among those who make vaccines and send them to the world. Maharashtra is the worst affected state in India.
According to foreign media, India is currently the second most affected country in the world.
According to Indian media, former Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh’s Corona test has also come positive. As a result, 88-year-old Saqib Prime Minister has been shifted to hospital.