Corona Defeat (Photo Credit: PTI)
New Delhi: The second wave of coronavirus (COVID-19) caused a massive outbreak across the country. New cases of corona have now subsided, but the danger still remains. The second wave of corona has wreaked havoc in India many times more than the first wave. Many doctors and health workers across the country also fell victim to it. So far, 6334 doctors across the country have died in the second wave of coronavirus. The Indian Medical Association provided this information. Ways to maintain oxygen levels in the blood: know what to eat and what not to do?
The Indian Medical Association (IMA) said a total of 2,424 doctors were killed in the second wave of COVID-19, including 109 in Delhi. According to the IMA, 847 doctors died in the first phase of the epidemic. According to the IMA, Delhi had the highest death toll at 109, followed by Bihar at 99, Uttar Pradesh at 799, Rajasthan at 43, Jharkhand at 39 and Andhra Pradesh at 34, Telangana at 32, Gujarat at 31 and West Bengal. 30 doctors lost their lives.
“Last year, 848 doctors died of Kovid-19 across the country, and in the short time of the current second wave, we have lost 2,424 doctors,” said an IMA physician.
The black fungus continues to wreak havoc across the country through the corona epidemic. The black fungus epidemic is taking a deadly turn nowadays. Thousands of people have been infected with micromycosis since recovering from covid.