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Cost of living creeping up due to Coronavirus in India:- The second wave of coronavirus is even worse than the first wave in India. The common man is shattered and there are lakhs of people who passed away. There is a shortage for oxygen, beds and vaccination doses in the country. The second wave has taken a huge toll on the middle-class lives which are the majority in the country. The country is in a financial crisis and the hospitals are charging huge for the medication. The cost of living is creeping up badly in the country because of the coronavirus pandemic. With thousands passing on regular basis, the prices for ambulances, crematoriums along with the wood for funeral pyres, hearses along with the slots in the crematoriums are hiked badly.
This is more than times of the normal charges. The lockdown also hiked the prices of the daily commodities. There is also a delay in the transportation of normal needs across the country. The prices for food products, retail and other basis essentials are increasing. Most of the families are in huge financial crisis as one among the most of the family members are tested positive for coronavirus. If admitted in a hospital, they are charged badly which turned out to be a stress for the entire family. Even the oxygen cylinders and medicines are in scarcity and they are charged at exorbitant prices. On the whole, the cost of living is creeping up because of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.