India's Covid-19 circumstance remains colossally worried, with a few states proceeding to see a
stressing number of cases, hospitalisations and passings, WHO chief Tedros Adhanom
Ghebreyesus said on Friday, notice that the pandemic's subsequent year will be "far more
deadly" than the first for the world.
Ghebreyesus added that the WHO is reacting to the Covid-19 flood in India and has dispatched
a great many oxygen concentrators, tents for portable field clinics, covers and other clinical
"India remains hugely concerning, with several states continuing to see a worrying number of
cases, hospitalisations and deaths," he said at the daily media briefing.
"And we thank all the stakeholders who are supporting India," the WHO Director-General said.
India is amidst a dangerous influx of the Covid pandemic, with 3,43,144 individuals testing
positive for the infection on Friday, taking the country's caseload to 2,40,46,809. The loss of life
remains at 2,62,317.
India's Covid-19 count crossed the 10 million blemish on December 19 and in less than a half
year it has multiplied, outperforming the dreary achievement of 20 million cases on May 4.
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