Corona’s second wave is a sign of a bad crisis in India: IMF – is this era bad in India? Read the IMF report

The International Monetary Fund has drawn attention to the crisis in India due to the corona

New Delhi. Another wave of coronavirus has swept the country. Along with this, alarming bells have been raised in India over the threat of a third wave of coronavirus. Meanwhile, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) has pointed to a future crisis. The IMF has said that the current situation in the country is alarming for countries that have not yet been affected by the Corona epidemic.

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Indian health structures collapsed

According to a report written by IMF economist Ruchir Agarwal and chief economist Geeta Gopinath, less than 35 per cent of people in India are expected to be vaccinated by the end of 2021, given the pace of corona vaccination. According to the report, India is the only country after Brazil where the second wave of corona is doing more damage. This is a sign that developing countries may go through worse times in the coming days. India’s health facilities have been largely successful in dealing with the first wave of corona, but this time the situation is different, the report said. Corona’s waves shattered the Indian health infrastructure, leaving people short of facilities such as oxygen oxygen, hospital beds and ventilators. This time most of the people are suffering from lack of system.

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2,57,299 new cases of corona in the last 24 hours

According to the IMF, the current low- and middle-income countries are at risk of coronary heart disease in India. Daily cases of corona have decreased in India. In the last 24 hours, 2,57,299 new cases of corona were reported here on Saturday. This is the lowest daily incident since April 21. The epidemic has killed 4,194 people in the last 24 hours. This information was given by the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare. The total number of Kovid-19 cases in India now stands at 2,62,89,290 with 29,23,400 active cases and 2,95,525 deaths.

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