The new crown epidemic in India is serious, but the number of deaths due to the new crown every day is only more than 2,000. How can it be possible that the crematorium is not enough? The more than 2,000 a day has not increased much compared to the size of India?

In addition, by the way, answer the questions of some friends in the comment area. Q1: This answer is not what you asked? A1: It’s too long to read the summary. Whether burning wood or burning cow dung eggs, it is more likely to fall into a shortage of supply than the kerosene/electricity used in modern crematoriums; and firewood dealers are willing to maintain the current shortage. In order to obtain excess profits. The rest of the content is to illustrate the rationality of burning wood/cow dung… Q2: Is it impossible to burn wood with wood? A2: No need to burn through. After the wood is burned, the rest will be poured into the Ganges River. In the final analysis, the purpose of burning a corpse is to break the shackles of the body and free the soul. This can be achieved without burning through. Q3: Why do we have to use wood instead of gasoline/kerosene/diesel/electricity? A3: Hindu funeral norms require a pyre, where the corpse is placed in the middle or underneath the shelf and burned. It is impossible to build a shelf with all kinds of oil and electricity… and in fact, if the wooden shelf is built, oil is used to ignite/support combustion, but the traditional preference is to use ghee. Q4: Why do big families pursue sandalwood? Why don’t you use other more expensive wood to show off your wealth? A4: Simply put, sandalwood symbolizes Shiva, and Shiva is in charge of life and death. Other precious woods do not have this bonus. Q5: Why is it acceptable to burn cow dung? A5: Cow dung is one of the five treasures of cattle. It is a common medium used in various Hindu rituals alongside sandalwood. It is cheap and resistant to burning, so why can’t it be accepted… Q6: Food-grade gift-boxed cattle Dung egg? excuse me? A6: Okay, this is a stalk. It mainly satirizes those silly foreigners who don’t know how to read or read and buy things to eat in India, but it seems that some friends have not been able to get this stalk…cow dung cake (cow dung cake) The main use is an auxiliary prop for Hindu worship rituals, which cannot be eaten (so actually burning dead bodies is also an off-label usage). But from time to time, there are silly foreigners who are confused by the appearance and packaging of this product and buy it foolishly (especially after the popularity of online shopping), so this is the reason. For example, this kind of thing, put it on Amazon, prime members return it with free shipping, is it easy to be recruited… friends, imagination, imagination is very important… Let’s not mention whether India is really dying more than two thousand every day. , Let’s just talk about cremation. Cremation in India and China are different. The crematoriums in India and China are also different. The profit models of cremation services in India and China are even more different. Take Varanasi as an example (the cremation old man in other places did not participate). Before the epidemic, the government charged 375 rupees (about 30 yuan) for the cremation in Varanasi, which is a small head. Then, the corpse yard uses additional items such as selling flowers, selling coconuts, selling ghee, selling diesel, selling incense, and so on, for an additional fee of around 3,000 rupees (about 260 yuan), which is also a small head. The big head is firewood. Depending on the body size, the body’s BMI, the quality of the firewood, and whether it is mixed with cow dung eggs and other factors, the burning yard in Varanasi requires almost 200-500 kilograms of firewood to burn a corpse. The corpse burning yard provides 5 sticks of firewood for free, and the family members need to make the rest. And there are quite a few doorways in Chai. Normal people may spend three to five thousand rupees to a little over ten thousand, buy some ordinary grade wood to burn. But from time to time, there are large families who burn sandalwood, even Himalayan alpine sandalwood, and even Nepal imported golden sandalwood. Then there will be no capping… But in short, regardless of whether the funeral is successful or not, the important factor and the main cost are firewood. Or, let’s just say so…saving money to buy firewood to burn yourself has always been the most common begging rhetoric of Varanasi beggars: Oh, yes, there are cow dung eggs, this is really a clever invention: the poor man’s The best choice, the price is cheap, and it is resistant to burning. The key is that the degree of doctrinal compliance has exploded, and it is more compliant than sandalwood. If you burn all cow dung eggs, about 2,000 rupees is enough, but most people tend to choose chai and cow dung mixed burning even if they lack money… After all, this is the last chance to show off their wealth in their lives. (But now cow dung eggs have also begun to be rolled, and they are beginning to pay attention to the place of origin, beef grid, organic, no additives, various certifications and the like… The most expensive food-grade gift box of cow dung eggs costs 200 rupees a small box, grab it Human) So this is the situation. On the one hand, whether burning wood or burning cow dung eggs, compared with modern crematoriums burning electricity or kerosene, it is more likely to fall into a shortage of supply; on the other hand, the profiteer genes carved in the bones of the Indians will obviously not let go. Opportunity… Now that even oxygen can rise to 90,000 rupees a bottle, how can there be no reason to increase the price of firewood, which is more important for Hindus? Therefore, most of the firewood dealers are willing to maintain the current state of shortage [1]: all the way from 3,000 rupees to 30,000 rupees, this is still the price a week ago, I don’t know what the market is now, hehehe.

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helpmekim
5 months ago

Scientist Lao Mi told a story about virus infection. He said that there are 50 people in a company and there are only 10 squats in the toilet. But it seems to be enough. As long as the 50 people and the big guys spend enough time to go to the toilet, then there will be no queuing to go to the toilet. However, if one day the company’s kitchen chef adds croton to the lunch, 50 people rush to the toilet together in just ten minutes in the afternoon. Then I can’t imagine the picture. This is the situation in India now.

heloword
5 months ago

There are two reasons. One is that the true number is definitely more than 2,000, and the other is that even if it is only 2,000, India will not be able to burn it. There is an eternal truth that is: “If you stabbed a huge basket, then you must have done one thing wrong.” The epidemic situation in India has become the ghost of today, and it must be caused by various aspects. As, all aspects of chaos and all aspects of helplessness are caused together. Going back to the number of 2000, why must it be more than two thousand? Because some people died at home before being diagnosed; some people died of complications after being infected with the new crown, which is not included in the 2000 figure; some people, for example, the death of the new crown in the military system. The same cannot be included in the statistics and published. But death is death. As long as the person is dead, he must be taken to the same crematorium to be burned. It has nothing to do with how you said he died. What happened in the United States on April 9, 2020. We all know that the real outbreak time of the U.S. epidemic was in March, and what happened in the picture was only one month after the outbreak, and we saw that the number of new deaths per day in New York State was more than 700 ( It is known that the outbreak in the United States at that time was only in New York State and nearby states and counties). So this level of death has already penetrated the American funeral system, let alone India? There is nowhere in the United States for crematorium bodies to be stored in refrigerated trucks. Why are there not enough crematoriums? Alas… Maybe the state apparatus is really fragile than imagined. To build a crematorium requires land acquisition; needs to reassure nearby residents; needs to prepare a fire prevention plan; needs to pass an environmental impact assessment, needs sufficient fuel supply, and so on. Maybe the state apparatus really cannot do this in a crisis.

helpyme
5 months ago

You don’t have enough knowledge about cremation capabilities. For example, there are 15 funeral homes in Shanghai. Take Baoshan District as an example: Baoshan District Funeral Home covers an area of ​​13,500 square meters, with a total construction area of ​​4,000 square meters. It can hold 8 funeral homes at the same time. Memorial service. The morgue is 170 square meters; the cold storage has 25 sets of freezers, which can simultaneously refrigerate 74 corpses; the 500 square meter cremation workshop is bright and clean, with 9 fuel-burning cremators, high technical content, less pollution, and short incineration time. Under normal circumstances, the ashes can be collected in about an hour. In 2012, more than 18,000 corpses were cremated, and various indicators were at the leading level among funeral homes in suburbs and counties. Equipped with 12 GM Buick commercial modified vehicles and 1 Jinbei van. The driver is skilled and experienced, and has the ability to transport across provinces and cities. The permanent population of Shanghai in 2012 was 23.8 million, with a death rate of 5.36, and almost 127,000 deaths. In the city, an average of 352 people were buried a day. The production capacity should be expanded a little bit. The burial capacity of 500 a day is more than enough, right? In New Delhi, India, there is now a case of death in 5 minutes. This is an increase from the original normal death toll. 12*24=288 people, which is an increase of 300 people a day. In Shanghai, this capability may not be enough, not to mention Delhi, which has much poorer infrastructure.

sina156
5 months ago

In large and medium-sized cities in my country, crematoriums generally open at six or seven in the morning. Normally, before eleven o’clock. It’s basically burned out. It is estimated that the total amount per day is a few hundred people. There are more in big cities and less in small cities. During the high epidemic period in April last year, nearly 800 people died from the new crown disease in New York City. At this time, the number of new deaths in the United States every day was less than 2,000. At least double the normal number of deaths. A large number of corpses were buried hastily. Wait until the end of 2020, early 2021. The daily maximum number of deaths broke 4000. It seems that the peak is 4327. The picture above is a watch made by the Americans in mid-December. But by January, except for the tsunami of 1900, which was at the top of the list, the top 10 had been monopolized by the new crown. It is necessary to praise the crematorium of the American emperor and keep pace with the times. There is no more news that the media cannot handle. So as long as the mind does not slip, there are always more solutions than difficulties. Facing a sudden epidemic, the comprehensive strength of the U.S. imperialists. The collapse point of the crematorium is more than double the normal number of deaths. But the U.S. emperor has a strong ability to deal with problems, and it’s fine to vomit after getting used to it. Since the outbreak of the epidemic in India, the daily death toll has only exceeded 1,000 in the last few days. According to the growth rate of this data, it should not collapse quickly. Because the daily death data of 2,000 people is less than 15% of the death toll in the non-epidemic state. (The death toll in China in 2019 is about 8 million, an average of more than 20,000 per day. The populations of China and India are almost the same. The average life expectancy in India is short and the birth rate is high. Therefore, the total number of deaths will only be higher than China, not lower than China.) The death data of 2000 people is shared across the country. Even if the core area grows rapidly, the growth rate should hardly exceed the number of critical strikes of 800 deaths in a single day in New York State. We can estimate the approximate range of deaths in India through simple data comparison. The number of new deaths per day = the number of deaths in the same period last year + the number of deaths from the new crown. The known conditions are: 1. Many corpses that need to be processed in crematoriums are 2 to 4 times that of the same period last year. 2. The average number of deaths per day last year was about 22,000 (estimated according to Chinese data), taking the minimum value (2 times). We can estimate a rather shocking conclusion, and there are even suspicions of spreading rumors. Therefore, the following data are all speculations, and have nothing to do with the real data officially announced by India. The daily increase in death toll is about 44,000, minus 22,000 normal deaths, 22,000 died from the new crown. If you take the maximum value (4 times), the number of people who die from the new crown every day is 66,000. Solemnly declare: the data is for reference only. However, as a reference object, the U.S. Emperor unfortunately lies down with a gun. The American emperor, whose death toll was N times the normal death toll (N>2), collapsed like India’s funeral industry. This data looks too fake. I admit anyone who says I spread rumors. Only on the plane from India to Hong Kong, 188 seats, 53 people were diagnosed. This data looks even more false. People of this type who can take international flights must have certain financial strength. The economic foundation of the vast majority of people here exceeds that of more than 80% of Chinese people. In order to get on a plane, Indians can even falsify inspection data on a large scale. Therefore, the real data in India, the ghost knows whether it is true or not.

yahoo898
5 months ago

I don’t know if you have given away anyone, I have given away two elders. Push it from the morgue to the cremation site, prepare it, pick up the trolley, push forward, wait for an hour or so, then cool down, pull the trolley out, the flesh and blood will be wiped out, and most of the bones will become ashes. The limbs and bones are basically unknown. The ashes is the torso, and then there are some remaining pieces. Take a small hammer to break the big pieces, then put them in the ashes urn and give them to the family. The most important thing is the cremation time, about an hour. In other words, a cremation furnace has a limited amount per day, and if calculated per hour, there are only 24 per day. In addition, in rural India, there is still indigenous cremation, or burial. Indigenous cremation is the kind you see in the news. A pile of firewood is piled on the ground, and the corpse is placed on it and slowly burned. Therefore, there are not many crematoriums. This epidemic broke out all at once, and infected corpses generally cannot be buried. This has caused the crematoriums that were previously sufficient to be stretched. Burning firewood is also a problem. When the cremation furnace is working, it can reach more than 900 degrees, which takes an hour. Firewood will only take more time.

leexin
5 months ago

In 2015, India’s population mortality rate was 7.30‰, with a population of 1.3 billion, an average of 26,000 deaths per day. Because the number of deaths from the new crown is more than 2,000, this is an increase of 10%. It is not known how many deaths have increased because of the running of medical resources and other diseases that cannot be treated in time. This is just a situation that believes that India’s statistics are reliable. Considering that India can detect 53 positives after landing on a plane in Hong Kong (according to the regulations, the test is negative to get on the plane), the crematorium in India may have been overloaded by more than 30%. .

greatword
5 months ago

Quite simply, the statistics from India are completely unreliable! The figure above is the statistics of the number of infections and deaths in the United States, India, and Brazil. Brazil has fewer infections than India, and the death toll is twice that of India. No matter how Brazil is, its GDP per capita is at least four times that of India, and its average medical conditions are much better than that of India. Not to mention the United States. Even so, the death rate in the United States is much higher than that in India. Therefore, the death toll counted by India is completely unreliable, and the true number must be much more serious. Especially when the medical information is tight now. There are 1.35 billion people in India, with an average of nearly 10 million deaths every year, and an average of 26,000 per day. If it is simply to increase the number of deaths by 2,000 a day, the crematorium can fully cope with it. After all, the crematorium must be redundant. The real number is at least 4,000. I personally think that there should be about 10,000 (calculated based on the actual infection of 500,000 and the death rate of 2%). Only in this way will the crematorium be overwhelmed.

loveyou
5 months ago

India is a country with a long history and culture. For example, the Ganges River water can cure diseases, and the Ganges River has more stars than the sky, especially since it has the custom of celestial burial. That is, when people die, cut into pieces for eagles to eat, so that they can go to heaven, and some people of the tribe die, and cut into pieces to be eaten by relatives or living people in the tribe. This is also called respect and remembrance. deceased. Although eating corpses saves food and increases protein intake, it is a reasonable way to do charity, but probably not many tribes do this. Now there is a problem that the dead are infected with the new crown. It is impossible to feed the eagles or eat them. There is only cremation. But cremation is also particular about burning wood. The more expensive the wood is, the better (I don’t know if burning banknotes will be better), so the demand for wood has soared, and the wood has also risen a lot, and most people can’t afford it. So sometimes I think of ways to raise funds, such as selling fixed assets, just to let the dead go to heaven, or to give birth to a good family in the next life and live a good life. After going back and forth, cremation is protracted, and major events in life are sloppy.

strongman
5 months ago

[New cases in a single day broke the global record! Why did the Indian epidemic awaken the world? 】
260,000, 290,000, and 310,000, which are the three days of April 19, 20, and 21, the number of new coronavirus infections in India every day. According to the “New York Times” epidemic database, previously, the day with the largest number of new infections in a single day in the world was January 8 this year in the United States. The number was about 300,000. However, the scale of the outbreak in India broke the previous record. Has become the world’s new epicenter of the epidemic. April enters the penultimate week, when people feel that the vaccine is rapidly being rolled out in many countries around the world, and the new crown epidemic has gradually been under human control. But India’s rapidly deteriorating epidemic has given the world a sober reminder: the epidemic is far from over. At present, there are an average of 10,000 confirmed cases and 60 deaths per hour in India. With a total of 15.6 million confirmed cases and more than 180,000 deaths, India surpassed Brazil and became the second most infected country in the world, second only to the United States. According to foreign media reports, in Gujarat, India, the crematorium was rotating continuously, and the gas stove and wood stove operated for too long, causing the metal parts to melt. Because of the limited testing for the new crown, some experts suspect that the actual number of infections may be more than the above-mentioned figures. “I think India is definitely the most infected country in the world.” said Ramanan Laxminarayan, director of the Center for Disease Dynamics, Economics and Policy of the United States. Online video screenshots are coming to a menacing second wave of epidemics in India. When the new crown virus first hit India last year, New Delhi took swift action and announced a nationwide blockade. The initial epidemic was relatively mild. At the initial peak in September last year, India never saw more than 100,000 new cases per day; before mid-March this year, the epidemic in India once showed signs of easing. The Minister of Health of India, Hash Waldhan, announced on March 7 that India has entered the “final stage” of the new crown epidemic. Waldhan also stated that under the leadership of Prime Minister Modi, India has become a “world pharmacy.” 55.1 million doses of the new crown vaccine have been provided by countries. However, entering the second half of April, the epidemic began to show an overwhelming trend. After April 10, the number of new infections per day began to rise rapidly from 150,000 to 294,000 on the 20th, with more than 2,000 deaths that day. Two months ago, India had fewer than 100 deaths due to the new crown every day. A new study by The Lancet recently warned that if the situation in India does not improve, by June, there may be 2,300 deaths every day. On the evening of April 20, Prime Minister Modi made a televised speech saying that India is currently fighting the second wave of the new crown epidemic. The government is working hard to ensure the production and supply of medical oxygen, but will not impose a blockade across the country. He said that the blockade is only a last resort and “every effort should be avoided.” The current situation of the epidemic is different from last year, and it is necessary to ensure that the economy is not affected. This crisis is gradually overwhelming the local already fragile medical system. From local TV, we saw that in a crowded hospital, two patients were lying on the same bed and sharing the same ventilator. In Maharashtra, the most severely affected state, an oxygen storage device leaked in a hospital. The accident caused 22 new crown patients to die due to hypoxia. According to a Reuters report on the evening of April 22, hospitals in northern and western India, including the Indian capital New Delhi, issued notices stating that there are only a few hours of medical oxygen to maintain the breathing of the infected. In Delhi, the northern city of the capital, the government’s online database shows that more than two-thirds of hospitals have no vacant beds, and doctors advise patients to stay at home. In order to prevent the health system from collapsing, New Delhi announced a six-day complete lockdown mode starting at 10 pm on the 19th. The second outbreak in India has made it impossible for many countries to stay aloof. More than a dozen countries with direct flights to India, including the United States, the United Kingdom, and Europe, have found a large number of people infected with the new crown. “Other countries should slow down the population flow with India, and try to make it a regional epidemic.” said Jiang Qingwu, an epidemiologist and former dean of the School of Public Health of Fudan University, and India must immediately strengthen testing and isolation on the one hand. , Reducing the flow of people and other public health measures, the country has entered a state of emergency, on the other hand, speeding up vaccination. On April 22, Canada announced the suspension of passenger flights from India and Pakistan with a time limit of 30 days; the UAE also announced that it would ban flights from India within the next 10 days. In mid-April, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson also cancelled the original plan to visit India due to the epidemic in India. Since China suspended flights between China and India in November last year, China and India have not had direct flights, and they have begun to focus on inspections of passengers transiting from India. Giridar Babu, a professor of epidemiology at the Public Health Foundation of India, believes that compared with the first wave of epidemics last year, the current wave of epidemics in India presents the characteristics of rapid spread, more asymptomatic infections, and young people accounting for the majority of infected people. . From the current transmission situation and model analysis, Maharashtra, the most severe state of the epidemic, may reach its peak in the first week of May, and the national epidemic may reach its peak at the end of May. Image source: What are the reasons for the “unprecedented” crisis in online video screenshots? The Indian Prime Minister’s Office recently issued a communiqu. The government analyzed the reasons for the rebound of the epidemic, including: wearing masks and maintaining social distancing and other anti-epidemic measures, “epidemic fatigue” has led to a relaxation of public awareness of epidemic prevention, and grassroots and communities have not adopted effective isolation measures. However, Ramannan, director of the Center for Disease Dynamics, Economics and Policy of the United States, wrote in the “New York Times” recently: India’s rapid sliding into this “unprecedented” crisis is a direct result of complacency and lack of preparation by the government. On April 22, despite India’s worst public health emergency in decades, people in the eastern state of West Bengal were still voting for the new state assembly, and Modi has been participating in this election. In recent weeks, the Modi government has been criticized for its poor epidemic prevention. Since the end of March, India has successively held large-scale gatherings such as local elections, festival celebrations, and religious gatherings. The Indian government announced at the end of February that elections will be held in five states. Starting from March 27, the elections will last for a whole month. The scene is crowded with people. According to India Asia News International, there were 3 people in the election rally on April 16. People infected with the new crown go to the polling place to vote. Jiang Qingwu pointed out that at the end of this spring, due to the weak protection awareness brought about by the relief of the global epidemic, and the increase in people’s activities after the weather has warmed, the epidemic has recently risen in many countries including Japan and Brazil. Of course, the degree is not as serious as that of India. This has its own socio-economic reasons. For example, India has held large-scale religious activities and the living environment of some slums is too crowded, which is conducive to the spread of the virus. The “Dahu Festival” is considered to be one of the largest religious celebrations in the world. The believers believe that as long as they bathe in the Ganges, they can wash away their illnesses and get healthy. In previous years, the participants of this ceremony could reach 150 million. People, but this year’s scale has reached about one million. April 14th was an important celebration. 940,000 people participated in the bath. People did not wear masks and had close physical contact. On April 15, according to local media reports, during the five days from April 10 to 14, medical staff conducted a nucleic acid test on 230,000 people who participated in the “Big Kettle Festival” in Haridwar, the host city, and 1,701 cases were positive. Although such a large-scale event will greatly increase the risk of the epidemic, Indian officials have revealed that this year’s “big pot festival” will not be shortened, and will continue until April 30. Mutated viruses may be another reason. In addition to the mutated virus first discovered in the United Kingdom, Brazil, South Africa and other countries and imported into India, the researchers also found a new mutated virus in samples collected from Maharashtra. It carries E484Q and L452R mutations, which may cause Immune escape and increased infectivity. From January to March this year, 221 of the 361 serum samples tested in the state contained the mutant virus. However, Jiang Qingwu believes that it is inevitable that RNA viruses will gradually mutate during the spreading process. However, when other variables cannot be controlled, it is difficult to know exactly how much this factor has contributed to the epidemic. India is the world’s vaccine capital, producing about 60% of the vaccines used globally. The Serum Institute of India is currently the world’s largest vaccine manufacturer. It produces 1.5 billion doses of vaccine each year, 80% of which are for export, and the products are sold in 165 countries and regions. It is also the WHO’s “Global New Crown Vaccine Access Mechanism” (COVAX) plan The largest supplier. As of the end of March, India has exported more than 60 million doses of vaccine to countries around the world. However, India’s own vaccination has been unfavorable and the domestic vaccine supply is insufficient. Reuters reported on March 24 that due to the deterioration of the domestic epidemic situation in India, the export of AstraZeneca vaccine has been temporarily suspended in order to give priority to meeting the country’s vaccination needs. According to the vaccine tracking data updated by Bloomberg News on April 23, so far, the proportion of people in India who have received more than one shot of the vaccine is 8.4%, while the proportions in the United States and the United Kingdom are 40.9% and 49.8%, respectively. Experts believe that India It is unlikely that the 300 million vaccination target will be achieved before this summer. “If Modi wants to help other people in the world, we will not object, but you must first ensure the supply of vaccines in Maharashtra, Uttar Pradesh, West Bengal and other states in India. However, you did not do so. You only care about your image in the international community.” The Chief Minister of West Bengal Mamata Banerjee accused Modi’s government of failing to fight the epidemic in a speech on April 18. Jiang Qingwu said that now the international community should not hesitate to provide vaccines to India. He also said that from the epidemic situation in India, it can be seen that for at least the next two or three years, the new crown virus will always form a wrestling state with the strength of vaccination and public health measures. Vaccines will continue to be vaccinated, but the virus will also exist. Public health measures will be adjusted according to the epidemic situation and will not be fully liberalized.

stockin
5 months ago

You do not have a clear understanding of the death toll. Taking China as an example, the number of deaths in 2019 was 8.16 million, an average of 22,300 per day. The population of India is similar to that of China, so how could it be possible to die more than 2,000 a day. The so-called death of more than 2,000 new coronary patients every day refers to the detection of the cause of death of the deceased is new coronary pneumonia. Those who haven’t had time to check, they won’t be less than 2,000. Under normal circumstances, the funeral and interment industry is very stable, with a relatively balanced number of deaths each year and every day. The incineration plan and facilities of the crematorium were also constructed and maintained accordingly. But if a region suddenly sees a 10% increase in mortality, then natural facilities are not enough. The redundancy of the funeral industry is often very low. Since the epidemic, there have been cases in the world where funeral services cannot cope in stages. This is true in Italy, the United States and other places. Of course, these are not comparable to India. According to the Indian Telegraph, the Baikunth Dham and Gullala Ghat crematoriums in Lucknow usually cremated about 30 corpses every day, but from April 12th to 14th, the two crematoriums cremated more than 120 corpses every day. Dead body. Two incinerators in Baikunth Dham and one incinerator in Gullala Ghat are far from enough. On the afternoon of April 14, 60 open-air cremations were arranged in two crematoriums, but there were still 50 corpses waiting in line for cremation. Know officially announced the death toll from the new crown is 68 people. According to the above news, the death toll in India in the past few days is 2-4 times the usual. Of course, it’s not enough.

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