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America has asked its citizens to leave India as soon as possible. The US has issued an advisory on the rapid spread of corona infection in India.

America has said that the corona crisis in India has deepened so much that medical facilities are proving to be inadequate.

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America has issued a Level 4 Travel Health Notice. This kind of alert has been issued when US President Joe Biden has announced to help India deal with the Corona crisis on many levels.

The US State Department has issued a health alert saying, “New cases of corona cases and deaths in India are breaking records every day.” Covid-19 testing facilities are also limited. There is a fierce situation in hospitals regarding medical supplies. Apart from this, no beds are left in the hospital for new patients.

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It has been said in the American Advisory that medical facilities have collapsed due to increasing cases of covid. It says that American citizens should come directly from the flights coming from India.

According to the data released on Thursday in India, 3,79,257 new cases of corona infection have been reported and 3645 people have died.

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According to the data released by the Ministry of Health, 2,69,507 people have been discharged from the hospital in the last 24 hours.

There have been 1,83,76,524 cases of total infection in India and the total number of deaths has been 2,04,832. So far, 15,00,20,648 people have been vaccinated.

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