India’s single-day diagnoses hit a nearly 3-week low, with nearly 4,000 people still dying daily

India today reported the fewest number of new cases of 2019 coronavirus disease (Chinese Communist Virus, COVID-19) in a single day for almost 3 weeks, but the number of people who died of the disease in a single day is still close to 4,000 cases. The World Health Organization (WHO) warned that the 2nd year of the epidemic in India is feared to be more serious than the first year.

The number of confirmed cases in India today is the lowest in the past 3 weeks, but the number of deaths in a single day is still close to 4,000 cases. (schematic diagram / from pixabay)

The company’s main business is to promote the development of the company’s products and services. But India’s detection rate is now at its lowest level since May 9, which may also be the reason for the slowdown in new cases.

WHO Secretary General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said in Geneva that India is a cause for great concern and that the second year of the epidemic there is feared to be deadlier than the first.

The second wave of the epidemic has overwhelmed hospitals and medical staff.