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300,000 new infections and 2,700 deaths per day, plus a fully overloaded system. The second wave brought the country firmly under control.

to Philip Heidmann, Berlin | 3:32 PM, April 28, 2021

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talking Sovereign John Extreme: “Many ambulances are parked in front of some hospitals and they cannot get rid of their patients. Sometimes they wandered around the city for two or three days looking for a free hospital bed and they did not find any. Some patients die in the ambulance and the hospitals have no space. Enough to store corpses. ” Chief Physician at Sir Ganga Ram Hospital, Delhi.

The doctor is fighting hard against the second violent wave of Corona in the Indian capital, And yet he is often powerless. There is a shortage of medicines, free hospital beds and oxygen across the country to ventilate critically ill patients. India recorded another 3,293 deaths and 360,960 new infections on Tuesday. It was the seventh time in a row that there had been more than 300,000 new cases per day. With 18 million patients and 20,187 deaths, India is the country most affected after the United States, according to Johns Hopkins University. However, experts fear the actual number is likely to be much higher, as there are still few tests in India.


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