Hundreds of devotees, including nine top saints, have tested positive for Covid-19 in India's Haridwar city. Where gigantic crowds have assembled to take part in the Kumbh Mela festival.
More than three million Hindu devotees washed in the Ganges river on Tuesday to mark one of the most promising days of the two-month-long festival. Millions are anticipated to repeat the ritual on Wednesday.
India detailed 184,372 new cases on Tuesday, its highest-daily spike yet. Many have scrutinized the government for permitting the celebration to go ahead in the midst of a raging widespread.
Authorities said that about 900,000 individuals had taken a dip in the sacred river by afternoon on Wednesday, which is considered to be the most promising day of the whole festival. Hindus believe that the Ganges river is sacred, and taking a dip in the water will cleanse them of their sins and bring salvation.
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