It has been a busy couple of days in India, and the people of India are in full-out panic mode as they struggle to find any relief from the pandemic.
With the country reeling under a deadly coronavirus, it’s becoming increasingly difficult to find help for people with serious illnesses, and as the pandemics season draws to a close, India is struggling to keep up.
The health ministry is facing criticism for not providing more support to those in need, with some complaining that they’ve been left out of the loop.
The Health Ministry says that more than 3.8 million people have died in the country since the virus first broke out in October, and more than 8.2 million have been hospitalized.
While most of those deaths have been in the cities, the pandemi has ravaged rural areas.
As the government has been struggling to respond to the pandems outbreaks, they’ve also been facing criticism over how quickly it has been responding.
India is the world’s second-most populous country, after the United States.
Its population of 1.25 billion is nearly a third of the world total.
In 2016, there were over 9 million cases of coronaviruses in India.
While many people say that they are happy with the health care system, many others say they are worried about the future of the country.
According to a recent report from the New York Times, India’s healthcare system has a poor record of diagnosing and treating infections.
Many people say they fear that the country is not equipped to deal with the pandenics, with an increased incidence of the virus, which has also spread to other countries in the world.
Health Minister Rajnath Singh told a press conference on Monday that India’s health system was “overstretched.”
“We are not able to address the crisis quickly enough.
So, we have not been able to respond quickly enough,” Singh said.
“The pandemists have come and we have to come and respond to them quickly.
We have not even been able… to address some of the symptoms of the pandeman, so we have been unable to provide relief to the people.
The pandemis have not come and are not in control of the situation.”
Singh’s remarks came as more than 50,000 Indians protested in front of the Prime Minister’s Office, demanding that Singh step down from the job and ensure a speedy response to the crisis.
Singh’s comments came in the wake of a report published by a government-run organization that says that the Indian healthcare system is in a state of emergency, and that there are problems with the way the country deals with the spread of the disease.
“The health ministry has failed to provide timely and appropriate care to the most vulnerable, including those with chronic illnesses, people with pre-existing conditions, and those who have never had any symptoms of coronaje, as well as those with respiratory and gastrointestinal diseases,” the report said.
The health minister’s comments were echoed by a statement released by the Indian Medical Association (IMA), the country’s largest medical organization.
The statement, which was published in The Times Of India, said that the government’s response to these serious health challenges was not adequate and has resulted in a lack of attention to the problem.
India’s health ministry was criticised for not responding to the epidemic well, with reports of hospitals failing to diagnose patients and people dying without any help.
In the past, the Indian health ministry faced criticism for what it termed an “unjust and inadequate response” to the disease outbreak.
In 2015, an IMA committee reported that hospitals were failing to treat patients with serious conditions.
Imperial College London’s Dr. Nandita Pandey said the health ministry’s response had been poor, and warned that the system was not equipped for dealing with the epidemic.
“It is time for the ministry to step down.
If the minister does not, the country will soon fall into the hands of the terrorists,” she said.