The Indian health official says the next four weeks will be “very, very critical” in the COVID-19 battle

© Reuters. FILE PHOTO: Health care workers collect COVID-19 test swab samples from men in New Delhi

NEW DELHI (Reuters) – India’s fight against COVID-19 over the next four weeks will be “very, very critical” as there is a faster second surge in infections, senior government health official Vinod Kumar Paul said Tuesday .

India’s daily infections broke the 100,000 mark for the first time on Monday, data from the Ministry of Health showed. 96,982 new cases were registered on Tuesday.

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