3.32 lakh COVID-19 patients in the country and hospitals directly affected by severe oxygen shortage

COVID cases in India have reached 3.32 million in the last 24 hours, according to the country’s health department. Illness rates are at an all-time high. The total number of patients has now surpassed 1.63 crores as a result.

There have been 2263 deaths in the country.

As a result, the death toll from COVID in India has now topped 1.87 lakh.

Oxygen is in short supply in most hospitals across the country.

Patients have been barred from being admitted to a hospital in Delhi because of a lack of oxygen.

Those in the capital, where COVID has taken a particularly heavy toll, report the most cases each day. In just one day, Delhi saw 348 deaths and 24,331 new cases. Delhi has the highest rate of COVID disease in Maharashtra.

In this context, the Prime Minister convened the COVID review meeting and invited the Chief Ministers of various states to attend.

In light of the rising demand for medical oxygen, he urged the entire industry to utilize its production capacity.

There is widespread concern that India could face a serious COVID outbreak.

A travel ban has been implemented by the United Arab Emirates as well.

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