India sees steady rise in COVID-19 cases; National Capital remains worst hit

Ahead of the festive season, the excitement amongst all is surging and so is the fear of COVID-19 outbreak. India’s caseload has crossed the 85 lakh mark and over 48000 cases were recorded in the last 24 hours. National Capital remains the worst-hit State as it battling 2 major outbreak, Coronavirus and air pollution.

The experts are warning citizens of a new pandemic wave and even directing them to follow necessary precautions including wearing of masks, sanitation, social distancing to avoid getting infected.

Sr. Consultant Internal Medicine, Apollo Hospital, Dr S Chatterjee tells Times Now that ‘We have predicted already that with winters, pollution and festivities, numbers are bound to rise in Delhi. I hope the numbers don’t spiral further’

Pulmonologist from Lilavati Hospital Dr Jalil Parkar also raises his point saying ‘As human beings, we love to fight death. This is what we are doing in our fight against Coronavirus. Over the months, our modalities of treatment have definitely changed’.