India, which is struggling with the second wave of the Corona epidemic, is getting help from countries all over the world. Necessary medical supplies have been sent from several countries for the treatment of corona. The World Health Organization has given its support in this ongoing fight against Corona and helped India with 170 metric tonnes of essential medical supplies, including oxygen concentrators, test kits, hospital beds, PPE, and ancillary health for existing hospitals. Facilities included. Giving information about this, the Regional Director of the World Health Organization, South-East Asia said, these materials are expected to help in filling the critical gaps.
WHO has supported India with 170 MT of essential medical supplies - Oxygen concentrators, testing kits, hospital beds, PPEs & auxiliary health facilities near existing hospitals. These supplies are expected to help in filling critical gaps: Regional Director, WHO South-East Asia pic.twitter.com/oImhcaGafE
— ANI (@ANI) May 23, 2021
More than two lakh 40 thousand new cases of infection in last 24 hours
There is a relief from the second wave of Corona in the country. Most states of the country, including North India, are reporting a decline in corona cases. Although at present the cases of corona in the southern part of the country are not decreasing, in most of the states of North India, corona cases are steadily decreasing. This is visible from Corona's daily cases. According to the Union Health Ministry, 2,40,084 new cases of corona infection have been reported in the country in the last 24 hours. However, the death toll during this period has been 3,741 nationwide.
Explain that despite the lockdown in Tamil Nadu, cases are increasing and strict restrictions are not seen in Kerala, Karnataka, and Andhra Pradesh. Cases are falling in Maharashtra, the national capital of Delhi and most states of northern India.