New Delhi: The second wave of Corona epidemic in the country has become uncontrollable. The rise in the number of corona infection patients and deaths from kovid in the country has raised concerns from the government to the general public. The growing havoc of the second wave of Corona virus in the country has caused the health system to collapse. There is an acute shortage of beds, ventilators, medicine used in the treatment of corona, and Remedesivir and oxygen shortage in hospitals across the country, due to which the number of deaths is increasing steadily. At Shahdol Medical College in Madhya Pradesh, 12 Kovid patients died late Saturday due to low oxygen supply.
Earlier on April 15, 5 patients died due to the shutdown of the Jabalpur oxygen supply. He was also on all ventilators. At the same time, the condition of 4 became critical. The first death was of an 82-year-old woman on a ventilator. While 4 people had succumbed to Sukh-Sagar Medical College.
Significantly, the infection of corona is spreading rapidly in Madhya Pradesh. Health systems are in bad shape. The biggest problem is with oxygen. On Saturday, 11,269 people were found corona infected. 6,497 people were recovered and 66 died. So far, 3.95 lakh people have been infected by the infection in the state. Out of this, 3.27 lakh people have been cured. 4,491 patients lost their lives. There are still 63,889 patients treated.
The Corona infection has broken all records so far on Sunday. In the last 24 hours, the highest record 2.60 lakh new corona patients have been found and about 1500 people have died of infection. At the same time, the number of active patients in the country has increased to more than 18 lakhs.