India reports more than 4,000 Covid-19 deaths for second straight day

13/5/2021 11:31:00 AM

India reports more than 4,000 Covid-19 deaths for second straight day

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India government is useless ,our Chinese are great very much ,modi is idiot Isn't it amazing? After dying for so many days their corrupted government didn't seemed to have a clue what to do. 无能的印度政府,莫迪应该立刻下台。

Net across Ganges to catch India Covid-19 corpses

Bodies float down Ganges as nearly 4,000 more die of Covid-19 in IndiaIndia said on Wednesday a record number of people were killed by the coronavirus in the past 24 hours, pushing its overall death toll over a quarter million

India reports more than 4,000 COVID-19 deaths for second straight dayIndia recorded more than 4,000 COVID-19 deaths for a second straight day on Thursday (May 13), while infections stayed below 400,000 for a fourth ...

Covid-19 desperation is spreading across India

Bodies float down Ganges as nearly 4,000 more die of COVID-19 in IndiaLUCKNOW: Scores of bodies are washing up on the banks of the Ganges as Indians fail to keep pace with the deaths and cremations of around 4,000 ... very depressing , channel like cna always pick up negative news and pictures about india. making mokery of enormous problem .

India envoy asks China to help stop price surging of Covid-19 suppliesIndia is calling on China to help stop surging prices and increase cargo flights to get urgently needed supplies to the pandemic-ravaged country. Indian companies have sourced oxygen concentrators and other medical supplies from their Chinese counterparts but have been hit with prices at more than double the usual rate, while cargo flights between the two countries have yet to return to previous levels. Do you have questions about the biggest topics and trends from around the world? Get the answers with SCMP Knowledge, our new platform of curated content with explainers, FAQs, analyses and infographics brought to you by our award-winning team. India’s envoy in Hong Kong Priyanka Chauhan said price instability and transport disruptions had affected moves to ramp up production in India to deal with its recent surge in coronavirus cases, and the Chinese government could step in. “What I would like say is that our expectation at this point is that the supply chain should remain open and product prices should remain stable,” she said in an interview with the South China Morning Post. “Even if there is a little bit of supply demand pressure, there has to be some stability and predictability to product prices. And there has to be a sense of governmental level support and efforts. I don’t have the information as to how much influence the Chinese government can have in this matter but if they can, then it would be welcome.” India is grappling with the world’s worst Covid-19 outbreak. Daily cases rose by 329,942 on Tuesday, while deaths from the disease increased by 3,876, according to the health ministry. The surge has left the country scrambling for medical supplies and professionals to care for the growing numbers of patients. A number of countries have also slapped bans on travellers from India. Chauhan said she appreciated the need for travel bans based on public health concerns, but added that India was asking China to facilitate cargo flights so that supplies could be Market forces at play.