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.
As India wrestles with an unprecedented medical emergency, several nations have bolted their boundaries to any guests from the country, whose diaspora is the biggest on the planet.
INSACOG conveyed “high concern” due to the greater transmissibility and virulence of the new variants to the Government of India in February 2021. Yet the government ignored the concerns and went ahead with Kumb Mela and massive election rallies in several states.
The Pandemic is on a killing spree in the country and businesses & MSMEs are not impervious to it. So why does the D-Street remain immune to the gruesome impact of the second Covid wave?
The affluent countries, which account for less than 20 percent of the global population has 60 percent of the confirmed vaccine orders globally – well over 4.6 billion doses!
Amid people’s reproval of Modi’s handling of the Covid-19 crisis in the country, Govt’s Top Scientific Advisor warns India should brace for impact as the Third Wave is “Inevitable”.
The second wave of the Coronavirus seems to be interconnected with government complacency and driven by poor data collection.
A lethal second wave and an acute shortage in the supply of medical oxygen have brought India on its knees in its fight against Coronavirus. What can the country do to resolve it at the earliest, and why did India fail to predict this huge crisis?
It’s impossible for a human mind to remain worried about a distant problem for far too long, no matter how colossal it may seem.
At more than 7,000 tonnes a day, the country is producing enough oxygen to meet the treatment needs of severely ill Indians. Yet Covid-19 has broken across class barriers – forcing Indians to beg, borrow or steal a few oxygen cylinders to save a loved one gasping for breath, dying an unfair death.