Indian the total number of cases exceeded five million on Tuesday, less than a month after the three million mark was reached.
More than 82,000 patients with coronavirus have died in India, but there have been far fewer deaths per capita in the country than in many others. Doctors say this reflects the younger and slimmer population of India.
India reported 90,123 new cases on Tuesday, with an average of more than 92,000 new cases per day for seven days.
The country took a tough stance early on and locked all its citizens in a national closure that was considered largely effective and complied with. Restrictions began to be lifted in May when economic hardships spurred its leaders give priority to reopening and recognize the risk of increased coronavirus infections.
However, the country’s public health system is very tense and some sick patients are unable to find hospital beds. Crowded cities, closure fatigue and contact tracing are major factors in the spread of the virus, which reached every corner of the country for 1.3 billion people.
The total number of Indian cases became the second largest in the world, lagging behind the US.
At other events around the world
The The Great Synagogue of Jerusalem will remain closed during Jewish holidays for the first time in more than half a century of history. Israel’s infection rate has risen among the worst in the world, and the government has ordered a second lockout of the entire country to begin on Friday afternoon, a few hours before the Jewish New Year’s Eve, and last for at least three weeks, i. the last day of Yom Kippur and the Sukkot Festival.
Health Officer from Madrid the regional government has warned that the capital is preparing to introduce “selective closures” in areas where the number of cases has risen significantly recently. Minister Antonio Zapatero said the region urgently needed to “smooth the curve” before the arrival of colder weather, which could help spread the virus faster. Spain registered an average of 8,000 new cases last week, about a third of them in Madrid.
Six months after the country was locked to stop the virus from spreading, Nepal begins to meet travelers and climbers. The decision aims to revitalize the country’s struggling economy, which is heavily dependent on mountain tourism. Hikers visiting Nepal will have to provide documents proving that they were negative before the flight. and quarantine before traveling to tourist sites. The country reported 60,000 cases or 208 cases per 100,000 people and less than 400 deaths.
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