The country is currently struggling with the second wave of Corona. Every day over 3 lakh new cases are coming, the number of deaths is also increasing continuously.
The whole country is currently facing the second wave of Corona.
America’s top health expert and White House Chief Medical Advisor Dr. Anthony Fauci has said that India should seek cooperation from other countries to speed up the process of vaccination.
Describing India as one of the best vaccine manufacturers, Fauci said that India is a country with a large population. In such a situation, only a few percent people are those who have taken both the doses of vaccination. At the same time, 10 percent or more people have taken the first dose. In such a situation, India will have to prepare in collaboration with other countries and other companies to speed up the process of vaccination.
Speaking to the news agency ANI on the second wave of Corona that came in the country, Fauci said, “Providing adequate facilities for the treatment of infected people was an issue on which immediate action was to be taken. America then helped with things like oxygen, oxygen cylinders, oxygen generators, PPE and Remedesvir. But then according to the long run, you have to think how to give vaccine to as many people as possible. “
Dr. Fauci spoke on many other issues. When he was asked to resume his journey from America to India, he said, it depends on the state of the infection. In India, the infection rate is very high at this time and this means that it is very difficult for India to resume the journey at this time.
The whole country is currently facing the second wave of Corona. Every day over 3 lakh new cases are coming up, while the number of deaths is also increasing continuously.
According to the central government, there are 24 states and union territories in the country, where there is more than 15 percent positivity rate. The positivity rate in the 10 states – Goa, Puducherry, West Bengal, Karnataka, Haryana, Rajasthan, Chandigarh, Himachal Pradesh, Andhra Pradesh and Odisha – is over 25 per cent, which is worrying.
There are 12 states where there are more than 1 lakh active cases. Maharashtra recorded the highest number of 42,582 cases on Thursday, 39,955 in Kerala, 35,297 in Karnataka and 30,621 in Tamil Nadu. The government has said that there are 20 states and union territories including Maharashtra, Uttar Pradesh, Delhi, Rajasthan, Chhattisgarh, Bihar, where stability or deficiency is being seen in daily COVID-19 cases. Kerala, Tamil Nadu, West Bengal, Punjab, Assam, Odisha, Himachal Pradesh, Puducherry and Manipur are among the 16 states and union territories where cases are increasing.
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