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International efforts are under way to crack down on India, which is battling a severe wave of crowns


International efforts have been made to help India, which has been hit by severe oxygen shortages as it battles the worst outbreak of COVID-19.

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The UK has deployed respiratory aids and oxygen equipment, with the first shipment expected to arrive in India tomorrow.

In addition, the European Union has pledged to extend its aid to the country in accordance with its provisions on civil protection laws.

European Union President Ursula von der Leyen wrote in a Twitter message, saying that the bloc’s central committee is already consulting with member states, which are ready to help with oxygen and medicine.

As a result of the emergency, the United States has lifted a ban on exports of raw materials, enabling India to make more shipments than the AstraZeneca vaccine.

The Indian capital New Delhi has extended the deadline suspend operations, with overcrowded hospitals telling some patients they are incapable of caring for them.

The Indian government has approved 500 oxygen-producing factories in the country to boost emissions.

India has reported approximately 349,691 new cases of COVID -19 in 24 hours and 2,767 deaths during that period. However the actual number is thought to be higher than that given.

Meanwhile, Banglaesh has announced that it will close its borders with India from today to prevent the spread of the disease.

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