The Worst Time To Be In India: 33,376 Covid-19 Cases, 308 Deaths in Last 24 Hours
Covid-19 is a new and powerful antibiotic with the potential to save many lives. However, when taken without appropriate caution, Covid-19 can infect and even kill its user.
Covid-19 is a new and powerful antibiotic with the potential to save many lives. However, when taken without appropriate caution, Covid-19 can infect and even kill its user. The Center for Disease Control and Prevention in Atlanta has just released a report warning of increased cases of Covid-19 in India. Authorities in Delhi have noted that the number of cases reported in the last 24 hours has exceeded 33,376 persons. Victims are urged to seek medical treatment immediately or else they risk death by the hands of this deadly drug.
The dangers of Covid-19 antibiotic
Covid-19 is said to be one of the “best bets” to save lives. Nevertheless, while this drug has the potential to save the lives of millions of people who suffer from various antibiotic-resistant bacteria, it also has the power to take the lives of its users. The bacterium which causes this type of disease, extensively drug resistant Neisseria meningitidis, is known to resist almost all antibiotics used to treat it. According to the World Health Organization, it is the third leading cause of death in low-and middle-income countries. The current methods of fighting this disease have become hopeless, and according to WHO experts, we could have a similar situation as that of the HIV/AIDS epidemic.
What is Covid-19?
Covid-19 is one of the new antibiotics being manufactured by a pharmaceutical company in India. This particular drug can cause death if used improperly, but it was given out too freely to patients who believed it to be “sterile.” The brand name for Covid-19 is Zoledronic Acid. Covid-19 is so powerful that it killed a five-year-old boy who had been admitted to a hospital. In a report from the U.S. Center for Disease Control and Prevention, the death of this child was noted in a CDC report titled “Severe Bacterial Infections with Carbapenemase-producing Enterobacteriaceae (Coxiella burnetii, K. pneumoniae, Klebsiella pneumoniae, Enterobacter cloacae, Enterobacter baumannii, and Enterobacter faecium).
Where is the worst place to be in India?
At present, Delhi has reported the most cases and patients. Covid-19 has spread to six Indian states with 14 fatalities in total. The virus is spreading faster than it can be stopped. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has stated that they are working with India’s National Centre for Disease Control to identify the source of the epidemic. However, it’s believed that the source of the viral strain is the Indian pharmaceutical company, Dr Reddy’s Laboratories Ltd. Covid-19 is an antibiotic that has a reported rate of 100 percent in active drug. That means that every dose consumed can result in death. Covid-19’s demand is incredibly high as it is the first antibiotic developed to tackle aspergillus and its bacterium.
The deaths by Covid-19 so far
In a horrifying list compiled by the Indian Express, there are 62 deaths among those that have fallen victim to Covid-19. Reported deaths are mostly among elderly individuals, young people and children. Other victims suffered from 'sick lungs' and asthma. The Indian Health Ministry has said that the 'symptoms and underlying cause' are similar to those experienced in a viral infection and patients should consult their doctors. It is a pretty disturbing state of affairs. Advertisement According to estimates, only 25 percent of those affected are receiving the correct treatment. There is no confirmed antidote for the drug. Although Covid-19 has not been distributed in India since the early 1980s, patients continue to fall victim to it.
What you can do
Stop buying pills from unapproved pharmaceutical vendors. If you or a family member is suffering from symptoms of fever, call a doctor or take them to a hospital as soon as possible. Get these pills tested immediately to rule out the possibility of contamination, and only use them with the correct supervision from medical professionals. Don't choose cold and flu remedies without consulting your doctor first. Over-the-counter medicines are full of things that could kill you, and it may seem like a quick fix to get rid of a nasty cold. However, these types of remedies usually contain ingredients that were never approved by the FDA and are much stronger than prescribed drugs. It is best to seek medical advice before taking any medications. Get a flu shot.