The devastating situation in India is constantly climbing the data and managing COVID-19 patients in the hospitals are getting seriously laborious due to the shortage of oxygen and several medical equipments.
Despite the fact of the ongoing vaccination process in the nation and, the rising cases are getting higher day by day. Ever since the first COVID-19 case, which was reported on January 27, 2020, in Kerala, India, the number of infected people crossed over 9 million after just 11 months in India.
The nationwide recovery rate has risen to 94.66% where the reported death rate is falling to 1.45 by succeeding the “test, track and treat” approach. We have found from the resources that the current status of covid-19 and the total cases in India so far, is reported 1, 92,311.
The Delhi government is also seen in action on Monday while announcing that they are set to provide the free vaccine to everyone who is above 18 years of age, which will be starting from May 1.
In the current Indian battle of the COVID-19 crisis, the United States, UK, and EU have also given their concern on the situation of Covid-19 in India and raised their helping hands in terms of vaccine elements, oxygen tankers, and concentrators.
Even Google has announced that the company will grant funds and donations to get the oxygen, testing equipment, and other necessary medical supplies.
Google has added that the first fund will go for Give India to provide cash assistance to those families who are most affected by the devastating impact of the virus and the second will be given to UNICEF to assist in getting the urgent medical supplies. This includes oxygen and testing equipment in the most demanding states in India.
To control the virus spread in the nation further, the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare of India (MOHFW) is taking some serious steps to raise awareness and provide essential action to control the spread of the virus. The MOHFW and the Ministry of AYUSH have come in front to fight the novel coronavirus through implementing the new clinical management protocol and conventional precautionary strategies to boost immunity.