More than 1.5 million Corona victims in India
More than 1.5 million Corona victims in India – The number of Coronavirus victims in India has exceeded 1.5 million. According to officials, 48,513 new cases have come to light in the last 24 hours, while 768 people have been killed in the same period. According to data released by the Indian Ministry of Health on Wednesday, the total number of victims has reached 1.531 million and the total number of deaths due to the epidemic has reached 34,193.
About one million people in India have tested positive for Cod 19 this month. The government says there are currently 500,000 active cases, while one million people have fully or partially recovered. According to the Ministry of Health, the recovery rate in India has now reached 64%, largely due to a significant drop in new cases in Delhi and Mumbai. But it is disturbing that despite a sharp decline in Corona’s major hotspots in India, the country is seeing an increase in fresh cases.
In recent days, Bangalore and Pune have seen an increase in cases, while small towns in Bihar and Uttar Pradesh have also seen an increase in cases. A recent survey has found that antibodies have been found in more than 57% of Mumbai’s slums. This means that there was a community transmission and its era has passed.
Similarly, a recent Delhi-based survey found that antibodies were found in about 25 percent of Delhi’s population. On the other hand, efforts to boost economic activity in India seem to be failing. The shops are open but there are no customers. Ordinary people are scared and jobs are running out, which is why citizens are saving money.
Yu Sharda, a B.Tech student in computer science in Bangalore, lost her job to Corona Epidemic and started selling vegetables with her family so that she could do something for her family during the ordeal. When the news reached Bollywood actor Sonu Sood, he promised to give Sharda a job. Sonu Sood said in a tweet that his officials met the girl, interviewed her, and sent her a letter of employment. Earlier, Sharda had told PTI that her Hyderabad-based company had told her that she did not have projects so she could not pay.
He said: ‘There are a lot of people in the country like me who are working hard to make a living. I have to work to make a living. If I don’t work, who will feed us? ‘There are so many such stories being heard and seen all over the country. Earlier, Sonu Sood had given a tractor to a farmer’s family in Andhra Pradesh after learning about their plight so that their lives could be improved. Similarly, Sharda says that if she works hard, she will not only be able to support herself but will also be able to help others.