On 30th April, the number of COVID-19 cases has surged to more than 18.8 million cases with 15.4 million people recovered. Despite the recovery, the death toll is increasing day by day with a total number of 211K deaths. Breaking all the records, up to 3,498 cases were reported in a day. Therefore, there is no doubt that coronavirus in India has gone out of control.
What’s the situation now in India 2021?
Currently, India is reporting the highest number of cases daily, contributing to 50% of new cases in the world. It has recorded the fourth-highest number of deaths in the world. This calamitous wave has become one difficult battle for India to fight. The WHO chief has alarmed the covid-19 crisis is at its peak in India.
Regardless of the situation, healthcare professionals and hospitals are working 24/7 to handle the situation. The WHO is providing all equipment and supplies to help control the situation. It has transformed 26,000 of its experts to work with the health authorities of India. The overwhelmed hospitals and graveyards are in a continuous effort of resisting the coronavirus. But the cases are rising rapidly with no chance of decrease or halt to it.
No oxygen leading to the increased Death rate in India
With the spike in cases, India has also run out of oxygen and other medical supplies. The hospitals have closed all their emergencies due to no hospital beds available. The coronavirus patients are dying on the streets. Due to no oxygen, doctors and nurses are left to comfort the dying patients. It is quite heartbreaking to see the prevailing situation of COVID-19 in India.
Gravediggers work round the clock
People are dropping on the streets as the hospitals are occupied with no space left for them. The gravediggers are working day and night digging graves for the dead as the death toll increases. There are bags of dead lying on roads and nearly everywhere. Even the graveyards have been filled, but still, many dead bodies remain to be buried.
PAKISTAN AND THE WORLD STEPS IN TO HELP INDIA
People are in a desperate situation, with no one to help them. Some people have even gone to temples and lying there in hope of being saved. There is no doubt that Pakistan has also contributed in every possible way from medical supplies to vaccines to aid its neighbor country. Many actors, influencers, and Pakistani citizens have shown support towards the situation of India. Most have shared their good wishes and are praying for the hardship of the people there to be over soon.
With the surging positive tests in India, people around the globe have stepped forward and are donating to stop the coronavirus crisis. The Edhi Welfare Trust has donated 50 ambulances for assistance against COVID-19. Nonetheless, many welfares and trust foundations around the globe have come out of their way to help the people of India showing their immense care and support.