People in India are dying in the streets amid a catastrophic surge of COVID-19 infections — prompting an oxygen shortage and mass cremations to deal with the overwhelming amount of bodies.
“The virus is swallowing our city’s people like a monster,” said Mamtesh Sharma, an official at the Bhadbhada Vishram Ghat crematorium in Bhopal.
Sharma said the unprecedented crush of bodies has forced them to skip individual ceremonies and they are just burning bodies as they arrive.
Sharma said, “It is as if we are in the middle of a war.” In some of the hardest-hit cities, bodies were being burned in makeshift facilities that were running mass cremations.
India has been setting records daily for number of deaths and infections but the number is believed to even be much higher since suspected cases are not included and many COVID-19 deaths are being attributed to underlying conditions.
Desperate patients are dying in line, sometimes in the road, at the country’s overfilled hospitals as they wait for treatment.
Hospitals in some states have posted urgent notices saying they have run out of beds and supplies as they are unable to cope with the surge in infections.
The country, which has a population of 1.3 billion, has over 17.5 million cases, putting it behind only the US which has over 32 million cases.
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