Breathing is getting shorter. Not getting oxygen. Gradually the breath is getting shorter. In front of the wife the husband cannot breathe, cannot take oxygen. Husband is small – how the wife endures. She dipped her mouth in her husband’s mouth and tried to give him oxygen. The wife does not know that oxygen cannot go out of her mouth, carbon dioxide will go.
No logic of the world works in the head when the loved one is tormented by the pain of death. In no way should the beloved man leave. Such a picture has gone viral on social media. The wife is trying her best to save her husband. Such a picture, such a longing, such a defeat will keep the corners of one’s eyes – he will break the dam, the high walls of the mind will come out crying, coming.
The incident took place in Agra, Uttar Pradesh, India. The wife was trying to keep her husband alive on the way to the hospital in an autorickshaw. But could not, the husband did not respond. Died.
There are various reactions to the spread of this film. The whole world is praying for this condition of India.
Corona infections and deaths are on the rise in India. Suddenly, India seems to have broken the world record. Last week, for the first time in the world, three lakh patients were identified in one day. This time they also took the record of identifying three and a half lakh patients.
In the last 24 hours, 3 lakh 52 thousand 991 new corona positive people have been identified in India. At least 2,612 people died at the time. According to the Medical Research Council of India (ICMR), a total of 26 crore 93 lakh 21 thousand 17 samples have been tested in the country till last Sunday. Of these, 14 lakh 2 thousand 36 were tested only yesterday.
A total of one crore 63 lakh 13 thousand 173 people have been infected in India due to three and a half lakh new cases. India ranks second in the world in this number. The total death toll in the country has exceeded one lakh 95 thousand. The infection rate in the last 24 hours is 25.16 percent. In other words, out of the number of people who have been tested, one out of every 4 people has tested positive.