India has set another record for daily coronavirus infections for a fifth day in a row, at more than , The Omaha Public School district program tested asymptomatic students and staff. Delhi has been cremating so many bodies of COVID victims that authorities are getting requests to start cutting down trees in city parks for kindling, as a record surge of illness is collapsing India's tattered health care system. Outside graveyards in cities like Delhi, which currently has the highest daily cases, ambulance after ambulance waits in line to cremate the dead.
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