May devastation: UN warns - India should not be under illusion, last year there were more than 2.40 lakh deaths, the situation is being created again

Pankaj Prasad
Pankaj Prasad 14/01/2022 09:58 IST
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In India, in April-June last year, 2,40,000 people died due to the delta variant of Corona.

India is once again moving towards the same danger, which was seen last year, amid the increasing infection of Corona's new variant Omicron. In such a situation, the United Nations has issued a warning for India. The report said that 2,40,000 people died in India in April-June last year due to the delta variant of Corona. This variant also affected the economic conditions. Again, the same situation is being created in India. So there is no need to be under illusion.

The 'Global Economic Situation and Prospects' (WESP) flagship report states that a new wave of infections has started due to the highly contagious Omicron form of the corona. Therefore, this epidemic can once again affect economic conditions and humans.

It is impossible to deal with the epidemic without global cooperation, Liu Zhenmin, Under-Secretary-General for Economic and Social Affairs at the United Nations, said that dealing with Covid-19 is not possible without global cooperation. Until the vaccine reaches everyone, the pandemic will remain the biggest threat to the recovery of the global economy. According to the Ministry of Health in India, more than 1546 million people have been vaccinated so far. The second wave of Corona wreaked havoc across the country.

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This report of the United Nations has come to the fore when the Omicron variant has taken a formidable form in the US. The situation has become such that the medical infrastructure has completely collapsed in many states and the White House has had to withdraw the army in many provinces. According to the information, on Thursday, 1,42,388 patients were admitted to hospitals in the US within the last 24 hours. Seeing the situation uncontrollable, President Joe Biden sent troops to help hospitals in Michigan, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, Ohio and Rod Island.

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