India on Friday released another daily report on the coronavirus as hospitals across the country have run out of beds and air.
The U.S. military aircraft has brought in the first emergency equipment as a major global aid to help the country deal with its crisis.
Here are some recent updates:
French Ministry of Health: Should not ignore the dangers of COVID diversity
French Health Minister Olivier Veran told France Info radio that it was unclear whether the COVID-19 vaccine was available against the Indians, adding that the dangers should not be ignored.
France has found three cases of contamination with type B.1.617 of a coronavirus publication that the Ministry of Health stated in its statement.
A similar case has been reported in mainland France, according to health officials.
“We have identified him as an Indian national” from a man who returned from India, Benoit Elleboode, director of an agency in the southwestern department of Nouvelle-Aquitaine.
Ukraine has banned non-Ukrainian nationals from India since May 2
Ukraine has enacted a law banning non-citizens from India from May 2, the health minister said.
Ukraine has reported more than 2 million cases of COVID-19 and 44,085 deaths.
Scientists have asked the PM to release major information on the disease
Indian scientists and researchers have asked Prime Minister Narendra Modi to obtain information that could help determine the spread of coronavirus, Bloomberg reporters said.
The Indian Council of Medical Research has a lot of information on all the citizens that have been tested so far, but the opportunities are restricted.
“Also, ICMR young people will not be available to anyone outside the state and possibly to many in the state,” about 300 scientists wrote.
“While new epidemics may have unintended consequences, our inability to control the spread of disease has come largely, largely due to non-communicable information that has not been systematically collected and released in a timely manner to scientists.”
India: Former Indian Attorney General Soli Sorabjee has died at the age of 91
Soli Sorabjee, a human rights lawyer, died with COVID-19 on Friday, according to local reports.
She was treated at a private hospital in New Delhi.
Sorabjee was born in Mumbai in 1930. He started doing this in 1953, and in 1971 he was appointed Attorney General by the Supreme Court.
He chaired the UN Sub-Commission on Promotion and Protection of Human Rights from 1998 to 2004, when he was re-appointed Special Rapporteur to the UN in 1997.
The vaccine is near Mumbai
All vaccinations in India’s financial center in Mumbai have been closed for three days due to a shortage of vaccines, officials said, with the country recording a daily history of coronavirus infections.
India is the world’s most successful vaccine but does not have enough stocks to deal with the second deadly COVID-19 wave, although Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s government wants to vaccinate all older people since May 1. Only 9% of India’s 1.4 billion people have been vaccinated since then. January.
Modi is expected to meet with relatives of the brothers on Friday as infectious diseases affect public health in the country and threaten to affect big business due to unemployment growing due to workers getting sick or taking vacations to care for their sick relatives.
What we know about the Indian COVID brand
Scientists are studying the causes of the unexpected and especially if there is a type of coronavirus that was first discovered in India.
The variant, called B.1.617, has been listed in 17 other countries, which has caused concern around the world.
Find out starting here.
Indian records record daily escalation in COVID cases
India has released daily reports of 386,452 coronavirus cases, while COVID-19 deaths have risen by 3,498 in the past 24 hours, according to a study by the Ministry of Health.
India has increased nearly 7.7 million cases in all cases since the end of October, when its second wave began to evaporate, according to a report by Reuters news agency.
In contrast, it took India about six months to increase the previous 7.7 million cases.
The first emergency medical service in the US has reached India
A Super Galaxy military carrier carrying more than 400 cylinders and other medical equipment and nearly a million research tests have arrived at New Delhi’s international airport as the Indian capital is battling a major epidemic.
#They just arrived from @USAID to India: 1st group of life-saving medicines consisting of oxygen cylinders provided generously by the California government, Rapid Diagnostic Test kits, pulse oximeters, & N95 mask to meet the urgent needs of the Indian people. #USIndiaDosti @WHNSC pic.twitter.com/sh0htp9ZSy
– USAID India (@usaid_india) April 30, 2021
The donation, which came from the Travis military base in California, followed talks this week between US President Joe Biden and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
“The United States is donating more than $ 100 million in the coming days to provide urgent assistance to our colleagues in India,” State Spokesperson Ned Price said Thursday.
U.S. officials say the special planes, which also carry weapons provided by companies and individuals, will continue next week.
Delhi is said to have died in a single day
The Indian capital has said one day it will die over COVID-19, Indian journalists have said.
Government statistics show that 395 patients have died in the last 24 hours in the city, which reports 24,235 new cases of coronavirus at the same time.