With hospitals in Delhi struggling to provide enough beds and medical supplies to patients, an entrepreneur who recovered from Covid-19 told India Today that battling the disease in the national capital was like entering a ‘war zone.'
Even after more than a year of the Covid-19 pandemic causing devastation across the nation, the severity and scale of Delhi's current crisis stand out. With patients desperate for ICU beds and oxygen, pleading for support from overburdened hospitals and images of body bags and funeral pyres making headlines each morning. Back from the brink of despair, senior journalist @ShomaChaudhury recounts her family's 18 day #Covid trajectory.#CovidDespatch #Covid19 #coronavirusWatch full show here: https://t.co/GBmH0bquGs@PreetiChoudhry pic.twitter.com/ugpGSTJXrq #OxygenCrisis rocks Delhi.#CovidDespatch #Covid19 #coronavirus @PreetiChoudhry pic.twitter.com/PNtdV5JjMr Many people believe that having the virus is an experience akin to having the flu or a bad cold. Survivors, on the other hand, are sharing varying stories, with many describing a roller coaster ride with severe symptoms. Aditya Puri, a South Delhi entrepreneur, told India Today TV that "it was like a warzone", as he shared his harrowing experience battling Covid-19 and the path to recovery.