Work From Home Has Changed Employees And How More than a year has passed since the World Health Organization declared Covid-19 a pandemic. Hundreds of millions of people have endured lockdowns. The world witnessed a historic shift in the 2020…
Downplaying the death toll, either by design or due to pure lack of means to assess the real extent of fatalities, can have a direct bearing on a country’s pandemic response and policy.
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.
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!
Although there has been a significant improvement in healthcare services in India post-independence era, there is still a long way to go before India can provide affordable and timely health services to all its citizens.
As ‘alternative’ sources of information gain more traction, concern around false information during the pandemic is growing. Paradoxically, the increasing concern that led to increased reliance on expertise, has also led to a counter-current of distrust in experts.
The POTUS Trump’s rage is against the World Health Organization (WHO) and he believes that its China he’s firing upon, but it’s the poor, ill-equipped countries of Africa that his attack would fatally wound.
Microsoft owner Bill Gates had predicted the outbreak of a pandemic similar to coronavirus. A time-lapse video shows how people might die in the next 6 months.
Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal’s constructive measures to curb air pollution in the national capital has proven to be fructuous and prolific. People of Delhi after being agonised and excruciated for many years finally saw a 25% reduction in air pollution.