India's situation 'devastating reminder' of damage Covid-19 can cause: WHO chief

He also said that he was concerned about the growing caseload in India.

India is witnessing the highest spike of deadly corona virus. Fresh cases touched a new peak of 3.46 lakh in a single day in India while deaths hits a new record of 2,600 on Friday. India has now reported close to a million new cases of 9.94 lakh in just three days. Friday was also the fourth day in a row in which India reported more than 2,000 deaths in 24 hours.


In the time of crisis World Health Organization chief Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus on Friday made a crucial statement on Covid. He said: “People are dying across the world because they are not being vaccinated against COVID-19, they are not being tested and not being treated” in addition to that he added that he was concerned about the growing caseload in India.


He also told “The situation in India is a devastating reminder of what the virus can do," during a virtual briefing in Geneva.


Meanwhile, along with spiking India is also facing shortage of medical facilities and equipment, lack of crisis, which make the situation more worrisome.

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