Covid 19 Updates Of India: Mumbai Runs Out Of Vaccine Shortage

Vaccination Runs Out In India
Vaccination Runs Out In India

India is fighting hard against the second wave of COVID 19 with increasing positive cases and rising death rates. In the last 24 hours, India has recorded new cases of 3.86 lakhs and 3,498 deaths.

Every day India is recorded with more than three lakhs of positive cases in recent days. The vaccination drive is paused in few states due to inadequate vaccinations.

Mumbai has stopped its vaccination drive till May 2 due to a shortage of vaccination. People are buzzing to get vaccinated after seeing so many deaths and fresh cases.

The vaccination shortage prevails in Punjab, Gujarath, and Andhra Pradesh as well. The youngsters are coming forward to get vaccinated but the needs are making people suffer. Many camps and hospitals have shut the doors of vaccination.

The positive cases in India on a daily basis are increased to 33%. Delhi is recorded with 395 deaths in the last 24 hours. The situation in Delhi is becoming worse as the positive cases are getting high, and it is hard to find a place to cremate.

The bodies are laid over the ground, and the token method is followed to cremate. The places are getting full, and the dead patient's families are made to wait for a long time to cremate their dear ones.

India is receiving emergency aids from other countries, which is much needed in this crucial situation. India received 1st Covid Emergency aid supplies from the US and the shipment containing 700 units of oxygens and 635 ventilators from Ireland. Japan finalized the talks and prepared to provide 300 respirators to India. 

The Delhi government has decided to acquire 67 lakh doses of Covishield vaccine, three lakh of Covishiled will be delivered by May 3, says Health Minister Satyendar Jain.

It is hard to accept that Delhi is facing a critical stage of Covid 19, and it is said that the days will become worse if the cases keep increasing. The hospitals in Delhi and Mumbai are already running out of beds, medicines, and ventilators.

The country is living in hope for a better tomorrow. The spread has already sprouted out around the nation. The states are struggling with vaccination and oxygen shortages.