July 27, 2021

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India has risen to the all-time high in corona virus cases

This Friday India set a new record in daily epidemic statistics Corona virus With more than 380,000 deaths in the last 24 hours, the death toll has dropped slightly to nearly 3,500 deaths.

In particular, the country recorded 386,452 new epidemics in the last 24 hours, bringing the total number of cases to more than 18.7 million since the onset of the epidemic, making it the second most affected country behind the United States alone.


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However, the death toll from Govt-19 has dropped slightly to 3,498, reaching a historic high of more than 3,600 in a single day yesterday, according to a daily report released by the Indian Ministry of Health.

International assistance to tackle health decline in the country

This Thursday, the Government of India announced that it will receive oxygen equipment and medicines from more than 40 countries in the coming days as part of an international commitment to help combat the second corona virus experienced by the Government of India.

Foreign Secretary Harsh Shringla told a news conference that India expects to “supply us with the most urgently needed supplies” of drugs, tons of liquid oxygen and oxygen-producing equipment from more than 40 countries.

*** Bestfix *** New Delhi, India - April 29: Workers can be seen in a crematorium for the funeral of patients who lost their lives to Kovit-19 on April 29, 2021 in New Delhi, India.  With over 380,000 registered cases a day and 3000 deaths in the last 24 hours, there are more than 2 million active Covid-19 cases in India, the second highest number in the world after the United States.  A new wave of epidemic has completely engulfed the country as health services and the number of victims continue to get out of control causing cremation to operate day and night.  (Photo by Anindito Mukherjee / Getty Images)

Workers at a crematorium in New Delhi, India, ended up with a high death toll from the corona virus

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With more than 1.35 billion people living in the country, the Secretary-General stressed that the supply of liquid oxygen is a priority, with more than 18 million infections today.

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“We have seen the need for any equipment that can produce (distribute) oxygen, such as generators, concentrators, cryogenic tanks, transport equipment,” he added.

The oxygen network will be strengthened

The Secretary announced that the establishment of about 550 oxygen production plants coming from different parts of the world is planned to meet the current demand. In addition, “we are looking for more than 4,000 essential (…) oxygen concentrators, more than 10,000 oxygen cylinders, they are in short supply, and 17 cryogenic oxygen tanks, some of which have already arrived,” he added during his speech.

Although the country is a manufacturer of drugs such as Remdecivir or Dosilisumab, hospitals urgently need two antiviral drugs to treat patients who are more severely affected by the corona virus.

Kovit-19 corona virus patients breathe with the help of oxygen provided by the gurudwara, a place of worship for Sikhs, under a tent set up on the roadside in Ghaziabad on April 28, 2021.  (Photo by Prakash Singh / AFP)

Many patients in Kovid are given oxygen treatment at the gurudwara

Prakash Singh / AFP

So, “we are trying to buy 400,000 doses of Remdeciver from Egypt and from the United Arab Emirates, Bangladesh and Uzbekistan,” he said.

India has focused all its efforts on the vaccine campaign

Similarly, the company that developed the antivirus Gilead will supply 450,000 doses to the Indian government, and 300,000 doses of Favibravir will come from Russia.

India now puts all hope in its ambitious vaccination campaign to end this crisis. More than 150 million volumes have been managed so far since the campaign began in January.