LAST UPDATED: April 18, 2021, 12:39 p.m.
New Delhi: The coronavirus pandemic in the country is growing at a rapid pace. The second wave of the Covid-19 pandemic has gone out of control.
The coronavirus pandemic is breaking new records everyday. The number of Covid-19 cases is increasing at an extremely rapid pace in India.
Precautionary measures such as lockdown and night curfew are being taken to break the coronavirus infection chain.
The second wave of the coronavirus pandemic continues to wreak havoc. The number of corona virus infections is increasing rapidly in every state.
The condition of the country is so bad that every day coronavirus figures are setting new records. More than 2 lakh cases of coronavirus have been reported for the fourth consecutive day.
This is the first time that more than 2.5 lakh new Covid-19 cases were registered in a single day. At the same time, the number of dead is also increasing continuously.
Deaths due to coronavirus in the last 24 hours have also broken all previous records. For the first time, the death toll due to coronavirus in the country has crossed 1500.
The situation has become so bad that the patients are not able to get beds in hospitals and coronavirus patients are dying outside hospitals.
At Shahdol Medical College in Madhya Pradesh, 12 Covid-19 patients died late on Saturday due to low oxygen supply.
Earlier on April 15, 5 patients died due to the shutdown of the oxygen supply in Jabalpur. All of them were on ventilators. At the same time, the condition of 4 became critical. The first death was of an 82-year-old woman on a ventilator, while 4 people had succumbed to Covid-19 at Sukh-Sagar Medical College.
The coronavirus pandemic is spreading rapidly in Madhya Pradesh. Health systems are in bad shape. The biggest problem is with the supply of oxygen.
On Saturday, 11,269 people were found corona virus infected. 6,497 people recovered and 66 died. So far, 3.95 lakh people have been infected by the infection in the state. Out of this, 3.27 lakh people have been cured. 4,491 patients lost their lives. There are still 63,889 patients who are being treated.