A month after a coronavirus outbreak, India has been busy building more than 3,000 kilometres of steel pipes and other hi-tech piping to fight the disease.
The country has the world’s highest per capita rate of COVID, with a record-high number of coronaviruses in 2016.
But the country has not been without its share of the pandemic, as the pandemics death toll has grown by more than 20% since its outbreak.
India has the highest rate of coronovirus deaths in the world, but its per capita death toll is still only around 15%.
This is partly due to the country’s large number of deaths from the pandems coronaviral disease, which mainly occurs in poor countries.
India is also the world leader in the manufacture of the COVID drugs, which are also used in some of the world ‘s worst-hit countries, including Syria, Pakistan and Bangladesh.
In India, most of the high-end manufacturing is done at state-owned companies, including steel mills, which employ thousands of people.
The government has also announced that it will start rolling out a nationwide scheme to raise COVID awareness among the public.
“We have invested in all areas of our economy.
We have done everything we can, including making sure people are aware of the importance of COFFS [Coagulation and Flux Control],” Deputy Health Minister Suman Patel told reporters.
Patel said the government would spend at least 5,200 crore to develop awareness and mobilise the public, including at the state level.
In addition, a national public awareness campaign will be launched to raise awareness on the virus.