Omicron can cause great devastation in India, death toll will increase like delta: UN

New York. A report of the United Nations has said that Coronavirus may once again cause havoc in India. According to the United Nations, once again the situation may worsen like the Delta variant. According to the report, between April and June 2021, the deadly wave of the delta variant of Kovid-19 killed 2,40,000 people and hampered economic recovery. Similar situations may arise in the coming times as well.

The United Nations World Economic Situation and Prospects (WESP) 2022 report also states that the death toll and economic losses are expected to rise again due to new waves of infection with the highly contagious Omicron variant of Kovid-19. “In India, a deadly wave of delta-type infections killed 240,000 people between April and June and hampered economic recovery,” the report said. Similar situation may arise in near time.

have to work together
Liu Genmin, Under-Secretary-General of the United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs, said, “Without a coordinated and sustained global approach to control COVID-19, this pandemic will continue to pose the greatest risk to the inclusive and sustainable growth of the global economy.” .’

cases are increasing continuously
Let us tell you that these days the third wave of corona is visible in India. Every day about 2.5 lakh cases are coming these days. In the last 24 hours, 28867 new corona infected patients have appeared in Delhi, breaking all the records. At the same time 31 people died due to infection. On Thursday, 46,406 new cases of corona virus infection were reported in Maharashtra.

condition of other countries
The World Health Organization (WHO) has said in its latest report of the epidemic that there has been an increase of about 55 percent in the cases of corona virus worldwide in the last week. Although the cases of death are stable. Last week, about 1.5 crore new cases of Kovid-19 came and more than 43000 people died. There has been an increase in Kovid cases in every part of the world except Africa, but there has been a decrease of 11 percent in Africa.


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