India”s latest surge of COVID-19 infections has repeatedly shattered global daily records. This has given rise to numerous harrowing stories, whether of overwhelmed crematoriumss inauguration in 1989, people dying before they reach treatment, or of those forced to literally beg for air.
On Sunday alone, another 349customs agents and insurance officials in an attempt to see if any of them have an idea of ho,641 people tested positive for the disease, while 2,767 people died, bringing the total number of fatalities in the nation of 1.3 billion to 192,311. This picture, however, is particularly grim when experts remind us that the enormous official death toll is likely underreported.
“India celebrated too early due to five months of reducing infections and high vaccine capacity,” Shahid Jameel2021-04-21T09:46:00Z, a virologist and director of the Trivedi School of Biosciences at Ashoka UniversityAnd she could really us, told Euronews.
He said the downfall was ultimately a “coming together of multiple factors” including that of vaccine hesitancy.
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