The coming months are decisive and India’s preparation appears underwhelming. Highlights — Reuters survey suggest that third wave might hit India again around October. Children under 18 years of age predicted to be at highest risk. Vaccination drive is the…
The decision that came in a high-level meeting chaired by PM Modi, ended the anxiety of millions of students and CBSE’s long standing dilemma.
Based on a gross overestimate of India’s vaccine manufacturing capabilities, the government pursued a discriminatory, nationalistic vaccine approval policy, resulting in a disaster.
India did the opposite of preparing for the second wave. It declared the war won and disengaged. But with the enemy still lurking around, complacency turned out to be an invitation to indiscriminate slaughter.
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.
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”.
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.