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Corona, community spread has started in India: Indian Medical Association

• The central government is constantly refusing to talk about community spread
• Dr. Monga said – Corona spreading in villages, difficult to control

Coronation virus is wreaking havoc in India. More than 34 thousand new corona patients are coming out every day in the country. So far, the number of corona virus patients in India has exceeded 10 lakh 38 thousand 715. The Indian Medical Association (IMA) says that the community spread of Corona has started in India and the situation has worsened.

Dr. V.K., Chairperson of IMA Hospital Board of India

Monga said that the number of corona virus patients is increasing rapidly in the country, which is a very dangerous situation. News agency ANI quoted Dr. Monga as saying that every day more than 30 thousand corona virus cases are increasing in India. This is indeed a very bad situation for the country. Now it is spreading in rural areas. This is a bad sign. This community spread is visible.

community spread

Dr. Monga’s statement is very important, because the Union Health Ministry is constantly says that the community spread of corona virus has not started in India till now. Many health experts have also challenged this claim of the Union Health Ministry. With this, India has reached the third place in the world in case of corona virus patients.

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Patients of Corona virus are in India

After America and Brazil, the most patients of Corona virus are in India. On Saturday, the Union Health Ministry said that 10 lakh 38 thousand 716 people have been affected by the Corona virus so far in India, of which 26 thousand 273 people have died. Out of these, 6 lakh 53 thousand 751 people have been cured by treatment, who have been discharged from the hospital.

Dr. Monga said that now the corona virus is spreading in villages and towns, due to which it has become extremely difficult to control the situation. He said that we have controlled it in Delhi, but what will happen to the remote areas of Maharashtra, Karnataka, Kerala, Goa and Madhya Pradesh?

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