The World Medical Journal showed a mirror to the Modi government
New Delhi: The Lancet, a highly regarded international medical journal, has given the Modi government a glimpse into the horrific situation of the Karuna epidemic in India.
According to the details, the international medical journal The Lancet has said that the results of Modi’s policy are in front of everyone, instead of Prime Minister Modi’s government controlling the Karuna epidemic, it has started suppressing criticism on Twitter.
The Lancet says that as krona grows in India, India will have to take new and concrete steps, to see if the government admits its mistakes.
The magazine writes that the tragic situation in India is unfortunate, hospitals are full of patients, health workers are exhausted and they themselves are suffering from the virus, while social media oxygen and hospital beds The search is full of frustrated people (including ordinary people as well as doctors).
In early March, when the second wave of corona epidemics was on the rise, the Modi government’s health minister announced an end to the epidemic in India, giving the impression that India had defeated the corona virus. ۔
The modeling incorrectly shows that India has reached collective immunity against the virus, which encourages inadequate preparation, while in January the Indian Council of Medical Research said that only 21% of cases against the coronavirus have been reported. The population has antibodies.
It should be noted that for the fifth day in a row, more than 400,000 new cases of coronary heart disease were reported in India, while for the second day in a row, more than 4,000 people lost their lives.
On the other hand, the lockdown in New Delhi has been extended for a week, while the curfew in Uttar Pradesh, the country’s largest state, has also been extended till May 17. Five Indian states have been badly affected by the corona. These include Maharashtra, Karnataka, Kerala, Uttar Pradesh and Tamil Nadu. More than 49% of the new cases of corona in India have been reported from these states.