India once again broke its record of coronavirus cases and daily deaths upon its arrival on Thursday The country is experiencing an escalating crisis It made it worse because of the professor Severe lack of oxygen.
The number of newly confirmed infections It arrived at 412262 on ThursdayIt is the second time this month that the number of daily cases exceeds 400,000, while the Ministry of Health has reported 3,980 new deaths in the past 24 hours. Experts said both figures were considered underestimated.
Demand on Medical oxygen in the state It also jumped seven times, which made the problem worse.
The Times of India reported that 11 patients with Covid-19 virus died on Wednesday evening when the pressure in the oxygen line suddenly decreased, possibly due to valve malfunction.
Most of the clinics in India do not have stand-alone facilities that directly generate oxygen to patients. Doctors usually rely on liquid oxygen that is stored in bottles and transported in tanks. However, coverage in the most affected areas is very low.
Harsh Vadhan, the country’s health minister, claimed that there was an adequate supply of oxygen but it was difficult to get it to where it was most needed. Most of the oxygen is produced in the eastern parts of the country, but the demand is increasing in the northern and western parts.
On Tuesday, India set up a dock between Bahrain and Kuwait in the Persian Gulf to transport oxygen tankers.
Experts For The Washington Post Vijay Raghavan, chief scientific advisor to the Indian government, said K. Vijay Raghavan, chief scientific advisor to the Indian government, said India could soon witness 500,000 new cases per day a day before the number of cases began to increase. The current phase of the crisis is “a very critical period for the country”.
Rich western countries such as the United States, Britain and Germany are rushing to conduct rapid tests, oxygen and treatments in the country, in addition to enhanced materials to produce vaccines that enable the manufacture of 20 million doses of AstraZeneca.
The Indian government denied reports that it had waited seven days for a plan to distribute foreign medical care in place. It described it as “completely misleading” and stated that a simplified allocation mechanism had been put in place.