The oxygen issue in India is still a problem. India is ordering oxygen cans from abroad the Health Ministry said as the country is facing a shortage of oxygen supply amid a surge in Covid-19 cases.
“India has enough medical oxygen available and this is good news in this crisis, but the main challenge is to transport it to hospitals. Using real-time tracking, we are monitoring the movement of oxygen tankers in India”. Ministry of Home Affairs said this today while addressing a press conference in Delhi.
Corona is getting out of control day by day. This is high time we all should do more efforts to get rid of the situation.
In the last 24 hours India recorded 323000 new Covid-19 cases and 2,769 deaths. And this is not a small thing. According to the Union Health Ministry Maharashtra, Uttar Pradesh, Karnataka, Gujarat and Kerala (5 states) contribute 54 percent of the cases and this is serious.
The country now has more than 2882256 active cases and 245790 people recovered in just one day.
Not only in India but everywhere in the world corona is increasing.
Coronavirus cases rise unabated across the globe with 147,779,687 infected patients, while 125,729,083 have recovered, 3,122,414 have died so far.
Social distancing is key and double mask will reduce risk:
Speaking about the second wave of Covid-19 in India, this wave is becoming a danger and we all must follow all rules and protocols. the Health Ministry said that cases are surging since January and February. “Social distancing is key, masks, regular hand wash and sanitizers reduce risks,” it added.
The health officials also said that people are fearing and they are found to be occupying hospital beds out of panic. And officials also request “Please take admission only on doctors’ advice, not themselves”.