After much of the world quotes US as ‘selfish’ for not sharing surplus vaccines with the rest of the world, Biden Administration is now willing to send millions of doses overseas and coordinate with other democracies.
India’s transitioning from a Vaccine Importer to a Vaccine Exporter is a case of Government’s Covid policy paralysis. Scientists say, Government did not pay heed to the warnings of the deadly second wave.
Independent panel passed a harsh verdict alleging that various governments worldwide and the World Health Organization failed to respond quickly enough to early warning signs.
A few businesses have steered well during the Covid-19 disruption and some have even made exponential growth. Here are the 10 ideas for a new business that are tried and tested good bets in 2021.
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How is India handling this second wave of COVID-19 in comparison to other countries? What is the global media’s opinion about Narendra Modi’s image-conscious government?
The India’s record-breaking second Covid-19 wave, which threatens to derail the global economic recovery, has now put the international community on Red Alert.
The pandemic took a toll on Indian Startups, hundreds of which are handing out thousands of pink slips to employees to cut losses. Even big unicorn startups are no exception.
The world is at the closure of pandemic but will the Global Economy bounce-back to the pre-pandemic levels, if ever? Experts argue that the recovery could be within spitting distance owing to the massive stimulus package by the Biden administration.
Coronavirus gave a really hard time to the economies of the nations, especially to the U.S. With more than 548,359 deaths in the country, the economy of the country plummeted drastically to the record low. However, according to the report by Goldman Sachs, the blue days are soon to beat their retreat from the United States.