Why Is The Government Still Inactive Despite Over 1,000 COVID-19 Fatalities In 24 Hours?

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Why Is Government Still Inactive Despite Over 1,00
The Coronavirus pandemic in the country has taken a frightening form. On August 9, over 1,000 fatalities were reported across the country during the last 24 hours. That is nearly 42 COVID-19 deaths per hour.

But still, there is no serious discussion concerning Coronavirus in the country. The daily health ministry press conference is no longer held regularly and the Centre is busy in other work. This special report will tell you the final status of the COVID-19 pandemic in the country.

According to the National Crime Records Bureau, 29,017 cases of murder were registered during 2018 across the country. That is, 80 people were killed every day in the country, but even this figure is smaller than the number of deaths from Coronavirus, which has claimed hundreds of lives for the last several days.

Comparing the deaths from the virus with suicides in India, the suicide figure is also less than the COVID figure. The National Crime Records Bureau report released on suicide and accidents states that 1,34,516 suicides were reported during 2018 in the country. That is, 369 people ended their lives every day, while Coronavirus is claiming 1000 lives daily.

This report also states that in 2018, 4,11,824 people died in various accidents. That is,1,128 deaths were reported per day in different accidents, such as rail, road, fire and other accidents. This means people are dying in other types of accidents, which is more than COVID-19 fatalities in India, but the way the daily cases are increasing in the country, it is feared that the deaths due to Coronavirus may surpass the deaths due to accidents.

In fact, the COVID-19 death rate is 2% and if the daily cases increase from 50,000 to 60,000 and 60,000 to 1 lakh, then obviously the death toll in the country will also increase. In such a situation, soon this pandemic will overtake the figure of murder, suicide followed by accidents.

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