(ANSA) – NEW DELHI, JUNE 8 – India reopens centers from today
commercial, hotels, restaurants and places of worship in numerous
city: after 10 weeks of lockdown, the government takes over the
risk of reopening most of the activities to cope
to the deep economic crisis created by the blockade, but the decision
coincides with the moment of maximum concern for the increase
of the pandemic, which, according to experts, will devastate the country
in the coming weeks, with an expected peak in July.
India continues to record spikes in new cases
every day, with a growing curve that led him
in the last week become the fifth most affected country in the
world, with a total of 258,272 cases, and 7,204 deaths, according to i
data provided this morning by the Ministry of Health.
The Indian capital reopens, but in panic: the cases counted
27,000 and 761 dead so far, but the administrators of the
cities know they have a health facility entirely
inadequate for emergencies.
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