A massive increase in the death toll of the COVID-19 pandemic in India

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According to global reports, India has recorded the highest daily number of people infected with the COVID-19 virus for the second day in a row in the coming days. Overnight, the number of people infected with the coronavirus in this country has reached 352,991 positive cases.

“In the last 24 hours, the death toll from the Coronavirus has reached 2,226,” the Indian Ministry of Health said in a statement. Health officials warn that most northern and northwestern Indian hospitals are overcrowded with COVID-19 pandemic patients, and lack of oxygen in these hospitals is the main challenge the health crew face.

Meanwhile, US President Joe Biden has stressed his country’s help in fighting the widespread outbreak of the coronavirus in India. A White House spokesman said that the United States had helped produce the COVID-19 vaccine, medical equipment, and protective equipment to fight the widespread outbreak of the coronavirus in India and Britain, France, and Germany has also joined this collection to support tackling the process in India

On the other hand, Dr. Abdullah Abdullah, Chairman of the National Supreme Reconciliation Council of Afghanistan, has expressed his sympathy with the Indian government and people on his Twitter page: “India is at this critical time, and it is fighting with the Covid-19 epidemic. We are confident that India will successfully emerge from this crisis through the collective efforts of its medical staff, people, and government.”

India is witnessing a new wave of COVID-19 crisis in recent days; according to reports now, this country faces the third wave of COVID-19, too dangerous. According to reports, 330,000 people have been infected with the disease in recent days, and more than 22,000 others have died.

Meanwhile, with the increase in the number of COVID-19 patients and deaths in India, a large fire broke out in one of the COVID-19 hospitals has occurred a while ago, in which ten of these patients lost their lives.

According to Indian news sources, 22 COVID-19 patients in western India died last Wednesday due to disruption of oxygen systems.