The warning by PM Modi comes at a very crucial juncture, as many European countries which had seen a major decrease in number of COVID cases are now seeing a second wave of Coronavirus cases.
The Centre held review meeting with the states and the focus is on those states where the spread is high.The advice came in four areas through which the spread can be contained at this stage.
The initial trial results of Oxford university vaccine for Coronavirus reported a success as it has not shown any ill-effects on humans who were administered the dose.
India’s Case Fatality Rate is progressively falling and currently, it is 2.49%.India has one of the lowest fatality rates in the world.
Technology Information Forecasting and Assessment Council (TIFAC) has submitted its report recommending the measures for boosting the indigenous production of API.
It seems there is a hope for Delhi in the fight against Corona as Home Minister Amit Shah coming to the forefront rapidly addressing the crucial issues that were neglected by the Delhi government.
Govt takes note of private hospitals overpricing for Corona treatment and asked states and UTs to engage with them to fix the price.
For all the claims of Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal that his government built a world-class healthcare system, the Centre steps in to take control of the worsening Corona situation.
India had contained the earlier swarm of locusts started in May 2019.This time the attack is even more severe and the government has also upped its effort to contain locust attack.
The same Rahul Gandhi who demanded lifting of the lockdown ten days ago, now speaks against its relaxation, ignoring the fact that much of the power lies with the state governments at this stage.
The Centre in a recent move has sent the health teams to the 20 districts that are reporting the maximum number of COVID-19 cases in the country.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi has answered the much-awaited ‘what is next in Corona fight’ question with the announcement of Rs 20,00,000 Crore economic package with a clarion call of ‘Aatma Nirbhar Bharat’ – a self-reliant India.
India has so far about 0.2 deaths per lakh population.The world average stands at 4.1 deaths per lakh population.
The final tranche of economic relief has shown commitment in allocating more funds to MGNREGA, assisting states and some corporate reforms.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi has answered the much-awaited ‘what is next in Corona fight’ question with the announcement of Rs 20,00,000 Crore economic package with a clarion call of ‘Aatma Nirbhar Bharat’ – a self-reliant India.
The administration is aiding the factories to open up.Consumers are spending on goods.The wheels of economy are moving again.
If the reality is to live with the virus in the days to come, before the world finds a vaccine, how is the health infrastructure prepared in India to cope with the situation post-lockdown?
In a recent pitch, Rahul Gandhi argues for the decentralization of power in tackling the Corona situation.It is already happening, though Congress-backed Chief Ministers might be failing to use their power.
In the backdrop of India’s commitment to feed the poor amidst Corona crisis, procurement of food grains has become all the more important.Here is the latest trend in this regard.
Over 30 Indian vaccines are in different stages of corona vaccine development, with a few going on to the trial stages.The coming together of scientific community, industry, and the government is promising a new normal.
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