Covid-19 have killed many innocent people in the world. The first case was confirmed in Wuhan, China before spreading to other countries worldwide. The virus is transmitted from one person to another through physical contact with the infected person.
Many people are in hospital fighting for their lives after contracting covid-19. This disease normally affect the lungs and reduce the amount of oxygen in the body.
Accordingly from the source, India is struggling with high numbers of patients who are in critical conditions. The country have revealed that, it has reached 200,000 covid-19 deaths today, since the first case was confirmed in the country.
This happens as many people are in critical conditions and need oxygen. The country is struggling to produce enough oxygen for covid-19 patients. High coronavirus case are been recorded daily.
Let us pray for brothers and sisters to overcome this deadly disease.
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