New Delhi: The second wave of coronavirus has put many people in trouble, lakhs of people have lost their loved ones and the time is frightening for everybody. The health system has also completely collapsed in the corona era. There is a shortage of beds, medicines, and oxygen in hospitals and due to this many people have died.
Many celebrities have come forward to help the people and need and now, superstar Amitabh Bachchan has also prayed for the people and families affected by the coronavirus. Senior Bachchan is very active on social media and he often shares pictures, videos, old photos, and poems and treats his fans. Recently, he has prayed for those who have been affected by the deadly virus on his official Twitter account.
Amitabh Bachchan wrote in his tweet, "Prayers for the early recovery of those suffering from CORONA. Prayers for those who are free from CORONA, and are feeling better. Be safe, follow the rules, be disciplined!" This tweet of Amitabh Bachchan is becoming increasingly viral on social media. Many fans of the veteran actor are liking his tweet and are also giving their feedback by commenting.
Significantly, the cases of coronavirus have increased again. The death toll has also increased, however, it is reassuring that a large number of patients are also becoming infected free and the gap between new patients and those recovering is also shrinking. As per data received from the states and union territories late Tuesday, 3,62,649 new cases have been received, 3,18,760 patients have been cured and 3,445 more have died in the last 24 hours.
With this, the number of total infected people has exceeded 26 million 38 thousand. Out of these, over one crore of 69 lakh 19 thousand patients have been cured and 2,25,831 patients have lost their lives. According to the latest figures of the Union Health Ministry, the total infected were 2.02 crore, the number of cured patients was 1.66 crore and the number of deaths was 2,22,408. The recovery rate of patients was 81.91 percent and the death rate was 1.10 percent. Whereas, the active cases were 34.47 lakh, which is 17 percent of the total infected.