Will Delhi become New York? COVID-19 yet to hit peak in India #coronavirusnewstolive - May 9, 2020 25 0 COMMENTS
New Delhi: The variety of COVID-19 instances in India have been rising by leaps and bounds each day.
However, a press release by the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) has raised issues.
According to the AIIMS assertion, the COVID-19 epidemic will become progressively worse in India and can hit its peak in June and July.
Both the variety of instances in addition to deaths are anticipated to be at their peak throughout this era.
This AIIMS assertion has raised disturbing visions of the situation of New Delhi turning into like New York, which among the many worst affected areas in the world.
Responding to this AIIMS assertion, the Ministry of Health has asserted that the COVID-19 pandemic may be prevented from reaching its peak in India by taking the mandatory precautions and following the related pointers.
While talking to a information channel, AIIMS director Randeep Guleria has opined that the COVID-19 epidemic is not going to be eradicated in one go and other people could have to study to stay with the virus.
He additionally felt that the variety of COVID-19 instances will step by step lower, including that the quantity coronavirus sufferers is low in India due to the nationwide lockdown.