India’s Covid frontline: one hospital's desperate struggle to save lives – BBC News

The healthcare system in India is collapsing under the pressure of a surging second coronavirus wave.

Hospitals are full, patients are left untreated for hours, and supplies of oxygen are desperately inadequate.

The country of 1.4 billion people now has more daily cases than anywhere in world since the start of the pandemic.

Reeta Chakrabarti presents BBC News at Ten reporting by Delhi correspondent Yogita Limaye, at one hospital where medical staff are facing a desperate struggle to save live.

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3 thoughts on “India’s Covid frontline: one hospital's desperate struggle to save lives – BBC News

  1. Pittmire Gg says:

    I know this seems horrible right now but we need less people on the earth . If I’m one of the ones that has to go so be it only hope for more people to die Humans are like a parasite that’s killing mother earth 🌎

  2. Africa Steel says:

    Comparing India, I have to say that China did an amazing job to control the pandemic early 2020 in such a short time and in such a huge populations country. Thanks China saving so many lives

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