April 30 (Reuters) – India’s medical services are in serious short supply due to a surge in new cases, Japan’s NHK television reported. India’s foreign ministry says more than 40 countries and regions have so far pledged to provide medical supplies to India.
29, India added 370,000 new confirmed cases in a single day, again the largest increase. More than 3,600 new deaths were reported in a single day, the largest increase to date. With the capital, New Delhi, where medical oxygen shortages are causing many deaths, the health care system is in crisis. 29, india’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs held a press conference said that so far, more than 40 countries and regions have applied to provide India with medical equipment, medicines and so on.
India’s foreign ministry says it has made the import of oxygen a top priority. At present, the United Kingdom, Russia to provide oxygen concentrators, artificial respirators, etc. have arrived. However, medical supplies are still seriously inadequate, and it is hoped that at least 550 oxygen machines and 4,000 oxygen concentrators will be deployed overseas. India’s Foreign Ministry called on all countries to continue to provide support.