In India, the healthy system is facing huge problems due to Coronavirus. The situation here is being discussed a lot in the foreign media.
Worldwide discussion on lack of oxygen in India
Foreign Media on India’s COVID Situation: The second wave of corona virus epidemic in India has worsened the situation. According to the latest data released on Friday, 3,32,730 new cases have been reported in the country within the last 24 hours and 2,263 patients have died. At present, there are 24,28,616 active cases in India. Here people are facing shortage from hospital bed to oxygen. There is a lot of discussion in the foreign media about India’s position. Oxygen has been expressed in most newspapers and websites.
The British newspaper The Guardian has given the title of the related news ‘Delhi hospitals issue SOS alert for oxygen as the COVID crisis in India is increasing.’ It further writes in the newspaper, ‘The hospital staff has also posted emergency messages on social media on Thursday and Friday. They say that they are unable to meet the demand of patients and they have sought help from the government. The Guardian has mentioned lack of oxygen throughout the article. It has written that ‘more than 500 COVID patients are being treated at Ganga Ram Hospital in Delhi. Here 25 people have died in the last 24 hours.
‘Pushing the fragile healthy system’
The newspaper further writes, ‘The virus is spreading at a rapid pace in India, for which healthy experts are blaming flexible measures, political failure and more contagious variants. On Friday morning, another record-breaking figure in the last 24 hours in India has come to 332,348. Earlier on Thursday too, new cases were reported in India at a record level, which is the highest number of daily cases reported in any country of the world since the epidemic. This crisis has pushed India’s fragile healthy system. In the most affected area of Maharashtra, 13 patients have died due to hospital fire.
‘Second wave of virus dominates’
Qatar’s famous media institute Al Jazeera has written the title, ‘COVID cases are increasing in India, oxygen is running out in hospitals’. Al Jazeera writes, “Corona virus cases and death figures have come to a record level amidst lack of medical oxygen and beds in hospitals in India. India’s second wave of virus is dominating India’s low-funded and fragile healthy system. Hospitals in North and Western India, including the capital New Delhi, are fully filled and there is a shortage of oxygen supply.
‘The situation is getting worse every day’
The US news agency AP wrote the title of its report, ‘India’s hospitals are demanding oxygen, the country has made a record in the virus’. The AP wrote in its report, ‘Large hospitals in New Delhi have demanded oxygen on social media for patients who are struggling to breathe, after which the oxygen tankers are being transported by special express train. Huh. More than a dozen people have died due to the fire in the corona virus ward of the western state. The situation is getting worse every day, hospitals are asking the government to supply oxygen on social media and are threatening that they will not recruit new patients.
‘Low oxygen supply’
Pakistani newspaper Dawn wrote in the headline, “Why India is breaking the global record of infection”. Don wrote, ‘The fastest daily increase in infections and corona virus cases in the world is pushing India into a deep and deadly health care crisis. India is the second largest country with a large population, its size is presenting extraordinary challenges in the fight with COVID-19. Hospitals with fewer staff are flooded with patients. There is less supply of medical oxygen. ICUs are full. Nearly all ventilators are in use and a large number of dead are being brought to the crematorium and cemetery.
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