UN warns India, Omicron can wreak havoc

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In the month of April-June last year, 2,40,000 people died due to corona epidemic. The economic situation was also seriously affected by this crisis.

Amidst the growing outbreak of Omicron variants of Corona, the United Nations has given a warning in the context of India. The UN has said worryingly that India may once again face the same threat situations as seen in the second wave last year.

The United Nations has issued this warning through a report. It has been told in this report that in the month of April-June last year, 2,40,000 people died due to corona epidemic in India. The economic situation was also severely affected by this crisis. It is a matter of concern that similar situations are happening again in India. It would not be right to remain under any illusion in such a situation.

The Omicron infection in the US is taking on scary dimensions. The situation is that in many provinces the system of medicine has been shaken. In many provinces, the government has deployed a thousand soldiers of the army to help. According to reports, on January 13, within the last 24 hours, 1,42,388 patients were admitted to hospitals in America.

The UN’s ‘Global Economic Conditions and Prospects’ (WESP) report states that a new wave of infections is being seen due to the highly infectious Omicron variant of the corona. Therefore, this epidemic can again have a serious impact on the economy and people.

According to Liu Zhenmin, Under-Secretary-General for Economic and Social Affairs at the United Nations, it is not possible to combat Corona without the cooperation of the world. Until the vaccine reaches everyone, this epidemic will remain as a major threat to the betterment of the economy of the world. Data from the Ministry of Health of India shows that so far more than 154.6 crore people have been vaccinated against Corona in the country.

Here this report of the United Nations has come to the fore, while Omicron infection in America is taking scary dimensions. The situation is that in many provinces the system of medicine has been shaken. In many provinces, the government has deployed a thousand soldiers of the army to help. According to reports, on January 13, within the last 24 hours, 1,42,388 patients were admitted to hospitals in America. Among the provinces where troops have been deployed to support health workers are Michigan, New Jersey, New York, New Mexico, Rhode Island and Ohio.

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