In the early hours of Wednesday morning, the government announced the commencement of a national emergency in the capital of New Delhi.
This was the second time in less than two weeks that the government had decided to declare a national crisis, after it declared an emergency in Mumbai on October 30.
In this case, the decision was taken by the Prime Minister.
The emergency was in response to the terror attacks in Mumbai and Hyderabad, and the Delhi attack.
The government had earlier declared a state of emergency in Bengaluru, where the city has seen a spike in attacks.
The authorities in the two cities are already struggling with an increase in cases and the coronavirus.
The city has been hit hard by the coronavectase-caused flu pandemic.
In Delhi, nearly 100 people have died, while more than 1,000 have been confirmed to have contracted the virus, according to data from the Centre for Disease Control (CDC).
The number of people being treated for the coronovirus in the city is far higher than the citywide figure of 4,812, according the data.
The health ministry said that the number of confirmed cases in Delhi has jumped to 5,917.
The number registered in Hyderabad rose to 1,972.
As of this writing, there are more than 50,000 cases of the coronavairus in India.
However, a high number of cases are not surprising.
“We had seen a surge of cases during the coronavalcys of March and April, when there were only few days between these two periods of peak illness,” said Ajoy Bhattacharya, a professor at Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) who has studied the spread of the virus.
“In terms of the current epidemic, this is the highest we have seen in India in many years.
The rise is a sign of how serious the situation is.
However this is also a sign that the pandemic is not over yet.”
What are the implications of a surge in cases?
The Government is expecting that the coronvirus is going to reach a peak in India, said Anuj Patil, a medical officer at the Department of Health in the Delhi government.
This is what is called the “disease response plan” in India and involves the government issuing emergency orders to hospitals and healthcare facilities, which could see an increase of cases.
The first stage of the plan involves setting up “delineated containment areas”, where the government decides which hospitals and other health facilities are to be closed, and which patients can be admitted to them.
The other stage is the “crisis plan”, where all the state governments and the central government is asked to set up “resilience centres” in different areas.
The hospitals and health facilities that have already been affected by the pandemics can’t stay closed for more than 24 hours, which is the maximum amount of time the pandemaker can extend the lockdown.
The “covari” will then take over the situation, Patil said.
This will be followed by a “resiliency exercise”, which will see the government and the health system, including hospitals and doctors, working together to make sure that the health systems in the affected areas are able to handle the pandeme.
The response plan will be made public once it is finalised, according a government spokesperson.
What are some key symptoms of the pandemia?
According to the WHO, the most common symptoms of coronaviral disease are fever, cough, joint pain, and sore throat.
It is also possible for people to have breathing problems.
Some people who are ill and are contagious may have mild symptoms, such as flu-like symptoms, or may have more severe symptoms, including severe coughing, diarrhea, vomiting, muscle aches, headache and fatigue.
“Some of the most severe symptoms of COVID-19 are the respiratory symptoms, which are mainly headache, cough and joint pain,” said Rishi Agrawal, an infectious disease specialist and former head of the Centre on Disease Control in Delhi.
The CDC said that although there have been reports of people with pneumonia, other symptoms have not been found to be as severe.
The pandemic has also seen an increase from 4,000 to 5.4 million cases in the first two weeks of November, according data from India’s National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID).
However, the overall number of infections has been declining over the past week.
The National Centre for Immunisation and Respiratory Diseases (NCIRD), the government body responsible for the global response to COVID, says that in November, India recorded 5.2 million infections, compared to 5 million in November last year.
According to data compiled by the UN Department of Economic and Social Affairs (DESA), there were 9.4 lakh deaths and 1.7 million infections in November compared to 7.2