The situation remains appalling due to the second wave of Corona infection in the country.
Patients are not getting beds in hospitals, and deaths occur due to lack of oxygen in many places. The country is facing an unprecedented crisis due to a rapidly spreading infection.
A survey has revealed that more than half of the countrymen face anxiety and depression and are angry about this situation.
These questions asked in the survey.
A platform called LocalSircles recently did a survey. It tried to find out what kind of mental condition people are going through right now and whether they are satisfied with the government’s way to deal with the epidemic.
A total of 61 per cent of people are worried and disappointed
In the survey, when people were asked about their mental status in the two months after the second wave of the epidemic, 23 per cent said they were worried and nervous. Eight per cent said they are depressed and experiencing depression.
Similarly, 20 per cent said that they are sad and angry, while 10 per cent said they are outraged because of the current situation.
Only 7 per cent of the people surveyed found themselves calm on the current situation, while about 28 per cent hoped that the crisis clouds would soon go away and the situation would improve.
The survey shows that 61 per cent of the people are unhappy and angry about the current state of Corona in the country. Some also mentioned depression.
Over 8,000 people had answered this question.
Is India on the right path to deal with the epidemic?
The second question of the survey was whether India is on the right path to tackle the epidemic?
In response, 41 per cent of people said yes, and 45 per cent said no, while 14 per cent gave no opinion. Over 8,300 people had answered this question.
Those who answered yes said that the government did not take adequate steps after learning from other countries.
What is the state of infection in the country?
With this, the total number of infected people in the country has increased to 2,06,65,148. Of these, 2,26,128 people have lost their lives due to this dangerous virus.
The number of active cases has increased to 34,87,229.
India remains the second most affected country after America.