According to the Indian Ministry of Health, from May 10th yesterday to May 11th today, COVID-19 causes 3,876 new deaths, And 30,016 new active cases (ie infections). But in recent days, the number of deaths from the coronavirus is still too high.
Last year, May 7 and August were the days when the daily death toll of COVID exceeded 4000, with 4000 people 187 and 4000 people 077 respectively. And although the limit has not been exceeded these days, the numbers don’t seem to drop and are still very close to the limit.
This Ministry of Health Explain that the region with the highest number of deaths so far is Delhi, with 19,663 cases, and Karnataka and Maharashtra with 76,398 cases.
The situation is out of control
India’s healthcare system was completely destroyed by COVID and the more aggressive mutation of the coronavirus that was first discovered in the country. If it is more complicated in urban areas, it is even worse in rural areas.
According to local authorities, recently some 40 corpses emerged from the GangesLocated near the border between Bihar and Uttar Pradesh, these are the two poorest states in the country. Some of the main theories are that they were thrown into the river due to the flooding of crematoriums, or that their families were so poor that they could not afford the wood needed to make them in the traditional way.
Although the B1.617 variant of COVID was previously classified as “concerning”, the World Health Organization (WHO) recently changed it to “concerning”. He explained that although some preliminary studies have shown that it spreads much faster, there is not enough information yet.
“We have no data on diagnosis, treatment and vaccines. We do not have any suggestions suggesting that our diagnosis, treatment and vaccines are ineffective. This is very important. We will continue to observe how variants emerge.We will continue to see changes in attention around the world, and We must do everything we can to truly limit the spread. With the tools at hand, reduce infections, prevent spread and reduce serious diseases“, explains Dr. Maria Van Kerkhove
WHO warns of the “worrying” threat caused by the Indian variants and urges to continue to take all precautions to limit infection pic.twitter.com/43mqBfDvwQ
-World (@elmundoes) May 11, 2021