India records around 350 thousand new cases and reaches the maximum number in the world

India records around 350 thousand new cases and reaches the maximum number in the world

According to data released today by the French news agency France Press (AFP), the country has recorded 2,767 deaths from infection with the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus, a new national level since the onset of the epidemic.

According to data released by the French news agency France Press (AFP), a country with a population of 1.3 billion is suffering from a terrible epidemic, with 349,691 new cases reported.

Due to this situation, the head of the New Delhi government, Arvind Kejriwal, announced that it was decided to “prolong the imprisonment for a week”, stating that “the devastation of coronovirus continues and it does not rest.”

With a population of 20 million, New Delhi is the city most affected by the epidemic.

Last Monday, imprisonment was reduced in an effort to ease the pressure on hospitals facing severe oxygen shortages.

The crisis is once again highlighting the fragility of India’s health system and the anger of the people is increasing due to the perceived lack of preparedness by the federal government in the face of the outbreak of this epidemic.

The social network Twitter today confirmed that it was deleted at the request of Indian officials, with dozens of tweets criticizing the executive.

Some of the tweets were from opposition politicians who condemned the lack of resources in hospitals, where patients died due to lack of oxygen

“When we receive an application that is legally acceptable, we review it using Twitter’s rules and local laws,” Twitter said in a statement.

In the last seven days, India reported more than two million new cases, an increase of 58% over the previous week, according to data compiled according to AFP.

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New Delhi is not the only Indian city which is currently in imprisonment.

According to the news agency France-Press (AFP), the Kovid-19 epidemic caused at least 3,088,103 deaths worldwide, causing more than 145.5 million cases of infection.

The disease has been detected by a new coronavirus in late 2019 in Wuhan, a city in central China.

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