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  • Indias COVID advisors say Modi government ignored their warnings | DW News

    6:08

    In India, a group of scientists advising the Narendra Modi government on the coronavirus says it warned of a new and more dangerous virus variant back in March, but that the government ignored their warnings.An international relief effort to help India deal with its devastating second wave of COVID-19 infections is gathering pace.

    Countries ranging from Germany and France to Taiwan and Russia are sending aid. But India's vaccine roll-out is being hampered by a shortage of shots, and new cases and deaths are still hitting record levels.

    People lie in the corridors of a hospital in Madhya Pradesh. Those with a bed are hardly better off without oxygen. Relatives can only watch as their loved ones run out of breath.

    Precious oxygen is delivered to a hospital in Delhi under police escort. But it comes too late. Eight people died waiting.
    Medical supplies are flying in. From Germany, ventilators. And from Russia, vaccines. Once a vaccine exporter, India is now desperate for imports.
    Several states have run out of vaccines, even as the inoculation campaign expands to all adults. Those who wait to get a shot know they're the lucky ones.

    Sikh devotees in Punjab cram together in a shrine. Religious gatherings have been partly blamed for India's coronavirus outbreak. Even Prime Minister Narendra Modi joined the crowds. Some Indians blame his leadership for the crisis. Across India, anger burns like so many funeral pyres.



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  • India blocks tweets critical of Modis handling of COVID crisis | DW News

    6:37

    Police in India are investigating Twitter, after the social media giant tagged a post by a ruling party spokesman as 'manipulated media.' On Monday, police attempted to serve a notice to Twitter in connection with the case. A few days back, a ruling party spokesman shared a document, purportedly prepared by the opposition Congress party highlighting the government's failures in its handling of the second wave of India's coronavirus pandemic. The Congress said the document was fake, following which Twitter attached the 'manipulated media' label to the Tweet. Police soon received a complaint about that categorization.
    It isn't the only instance of the government being sensitive to what's posted on Twitter. Last month, the government asked the platform to take down some 50 odd tweets critical of Prime Minister Modi's handling of the pandemic. And a few days back it ordered all social media companies to remove references to the term 'Indian variant' when it came to describing the B 1617 coronavirus variant prevalent in India. The government said the term was false and amounted to social media misinformation.

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  • What is foreign media saying on India’s Covid crisis, why is Modi Govt upset, and what can it do

    28:20

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    As the second Covid wave sweeps the country, Shekhar Gupta looks at the wide range of reporting and commentary done by international media on India's Covid situation, Modi government’s performance, and why the Centre's current responses to it are counterproductive, in episode 736 of #CutTheClutter

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  • Modi Govts Failure Has Made COVID-19 Lockdown Inevitable, Says Rahul Gandhi | Breaking News

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    Congress leader Rahul Gandhi hits at PM Narendra Modi over the country's crisis, 'Your Govt's Lack Of Strategy Has Led To COVID-19 Surge.'

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  • Modi Government Has Failed People Of India - Sonia Gandhi On Covid

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    Covid-19 News: Congress chief Sonia Gandhi on Friday slammed the Narendra Modi government over its handling of the Covid pandemic, saying let us be absolutely clear - the system hasn't failed... the Modi government has failed the people of our country.

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  • Rahul Gandhi Writes Letter To PM Modi Over Indias Covid Crisis | India Today

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    Congress leader Rahul Gandhi wrote a letter to Prime Minister Narendra Modi over Covid crisis in India. He slammed PM Narendra Modi over the country's crisis, 'Your Govt's Lack Of Strategy Has Led To COVID-19 Surge.'

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  • Priyanka Gandhi Attacks Modi Govt Over Rising Covid-19 Cases, Vaccine & Oxygen Shortage

    8:31

    Amid the rising number of Coronavirus cases, Priyanka Gandhi hits out at the Modi government over its lack of preparedness ahead of the Covid19 second wave. Priyanka Gandhi attacked the Centre over the rising number of covid-19 cases, vaccine and oxygen shortage.
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  • Mood Of The Nation: What Is PM Modis Biggest Failure? | Watch Panelists Debate On India Today

    13:56

    Mood of The Nation Poll results live updates: India Today's Rajdeep Sardesai & Rahul Kanwal bring you the Mood Of The Nation (POLL 2021). 73% polled Indians satisfied with govt's handling of Covid pandemic. The question is - What is PM Modi's biggest failure. watch panelists debate.

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  • Covid-19 News: PM Modi Reviews Availability Of Oxygen, Medicines Amid Covid Surge

    1:50

    Coronavirus News Updates: The supply of oxygen is now more than three times of what it was during the peak of the first COVID-19 wave, the Prime Minister's Office said today, noting that production of all drugs, including Remdesivir, has been ramped up significantly in the last few weeks as India battles the nationwide surge in infections. At a high-level meeting which Prime Minister Narendra Modi chaired to review the availability and supply of oxygen and medicines, it was noted that states are being provided medicines in good quantities with the Centre in regular touch with the manufacturers to enhance their production and extend all help needed.

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  • Notice To Modi Govt On Covid Crisis, Supreme Court Seeks Centres Roadmap

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    Taking suo motu cognisance of the prevailing covid-19 pandemic situation in the country, the Supreme Court on Thursday asked the Centre to put in place a national policy on issues relating to the supply of oxygen, essential drugs and method of vaccination.

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  • Coronavirus Crisis: PM Modi Holds Crucial Covid-19 Review Meet With Council Of Ministers

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    Amid the COVID-19 crisis, Prime Minister Narendra Modi chaired a meeting of the Union Council of Ministers today to discuss the prevailing situation in the country. The meeting was held virtually will be held at 11 am. During the meeting, PM Modi asked Ministers to address the issues at local level. Watch full bulletin.
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  • PM Modi, US President Joe Biden Hold Talks Over Indias Covid19 Situation

    5:59

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi and US president Joe Biden held talks over the Coronavirus situation in India in a telephone conversation. The phone call came after the US president expressed his solidarity with India as the nation faces a second wave of coronavirus disease (Covid-19) in the country.
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  • Is Modi To Blame For India’s COVID Crisis?

    3:40

    Many are calling the Prime Minister Narendra Modi out for hosting election rallies and supporting large congregations during a pandemic. India’s COVID cases are reaching a record high of about 300,000 per day, and the crisis is only expected to grow with the lack of key resources like medical oxygen, ventilators and hospital space.

    AJ+ spoke with Indian journalist Rana Ayyub of the Washington Post about holding the government accountable for the unfolding crisis.

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  • He cracks jokes at rallies: Priyanka Gandhi slams PM Modi over Covid crisis

    5:18

    Congress leader Priyanka Gandhi slammed PM Modi for holding poll rallies amid rising Covid-19 cases. Priyanka said the government is not doing enough to boost medical infrastructure. She also criticised UP govt for failing to increase the number of Covid tests. “There's a shortage of hospital beds, oxygen supply and ventilators. The Government got 8-9 months between the first and second wave but they didn't prepare. There is availability of medical oxygen but no facility of transportation,” she said. “PM is busy holding election rallies, he is laughing on stage. People are crying and screaming for help due to Covid-19. The Government needs to be sensitive at this time, the PM needs to show up. He needs to get off the stage of rallies where he's laughing, cracking jokes,” she added.

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  • Indias daily COVID cases top 400,000 amid severe vaccine shortage | DW News

    5:49

    India has reported a staggering 400,000 new coronavirus infections in 24-hours – adding to a week-long streak of world record breaking numbers. To battle the devastating second wave, Saturday should have marked the start of a vaccine rollout for hundreds of millions of over-18s in India. But most states are not taking part, because there are not nearly enough vaccines to go around.
    Plans to begin vaccinating all adults are in disarray. Many states simply don't have any doses to give out. Only around one in ten of India's vast population has had even a first jab – the lack of doses made worse by administrative inefficiencies.

    Oxygen and medicines are also in short supply. Pharmacies say there has been panic buying and hoarding and they are restricting supplies - only giving out oxygen cylinders to people who can prove they really need them.
    Emergency care facilities are being set up. Sports halls, religious sites and catering facilities are being turned into makeshift COVID-19 isolation wards.
    And the awful task of dealing with the dead goes on. In the capital Delhi, volunteers put themselves at risk collecting the bodies of those who've died.
    An international relief effort is underway to help India fight its devastating second wave, but deaths and infections are still rising remorselessly and with not enough vaccines to go round.



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  • Covid-19 In India: How Global Media Reported On Modi Govts Management of Pandemic?

    10:11

    India is currently trying to breathe and stay afloat to not drown in the covid-19 wave that has swept us. The cases in the country have seen an astronomical rise. For almost a week we are recording more than 3 Lakh cases per day. Since last few days, our single-day death toll has crossed 2000 mark. In many parts of the country, the Covid-positive patients are scrambling to get beds, oxygen. People are waiting in long queues to even cremate their loved ones. Such a horrifying scenario unfolding in the country was also finally acknowledged by the Prime Minister. During his monthly radio address, PM Modi acknowledged that Coronavirus has hit us like a storm and has shaken the country.
    But as India's cases rise, it also takes the global surge of Covid-19 cases upward. This is what the graph of India's Coronavirus cases look like. and this is what has taken many experts around the world aback. The numbers of cases have shot up tremendously. And this invited a lot of global attention too. which the Central govt isn't particularly happy about. #CovidIndia #Covid19IndiaHelp #WashingtonPost #BBC #TheAustralian #TheGuardian #NewYorkTimes

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  • India records another record high in daily COVID deaths and infections | DW News

    7:33

    India's top scientific adviser has warned that the country would inevitably face further waves of the coronavirus, as India struggled with record deaths and daily infections. The country reported 3,980 deaths related to COVID-19 and at least 412,262 new infections on Thursday. The government's principal scientific adviser said that even when the numbers subside, the country should be ready for a third wave of the pandemic. Phase 3 is inevitable, given the high levels of circulating virus, K. Vijay Raghavan said during a news briefing. But it is not clear on what timescale this phase 3 will occur... We should prepare for new waves.He also touted the efficacy of vaccines against new mutations like the UK variant and the B.1.617 variant but warned that surveillance and vaccine updates were needed as the virus mutates.

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  • Oxygen supplies run low as Indias Modi government criticized for pandemic response

    2:00

    Oxygen is in such short supply in India that families who can afford it are paying black market prices for the precious commodity.

    About 1.7 million people in India have tested positive for COVID-19 in the past five days. In the last 24 hours, the country set a world record in its daily case count, with more than 352,000 cases reported.

    There have been 2,800 confirmed deaths in the past day. But as Redmond Shannon reports, the actual death toll is believed to be much higher.

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  • India is angry: Ravi Srivastava on ongoing COVID situation

    3:21

    The Hoonkar debate was based on the rising cases of Coronavirus and how Indian government was lagging in getting rid of the disease. During the debate, political analyst Ravi Srivastava said that the situation should not be politicised as people were dying. He added that for one year India exported Remdisivir and made masks only and did not prepare for worst

  • Whats the state of Germanys vaccination drive? | DW News

    5:17

    Germany’s vaccination program may have been off to a slow start, but now it is picking up speed. With nearly a quarter of the population having received their first shot, there is a chance that the vaccine offering may be opened up to everyone by June.

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  • German government approves new COVID laws: Scientists criticize coronavirus policy | DW News

    9:53

    German cabinet members on Tuesday approved legal changes to grant the federal government more power to enforce coronavirus regulations in German states. The changes to the German Infection Protection Act must now be passed in the German parliament, the Bundestag. If approved, the new federal emergency brake means that any region in any state with a high COVID case incidence will be legally required to implement a uniform set of rules set out by the federal government.
    The government, led by Chancellor Angela Merkel's Christian Democratic Union (CDU), wants to fast-track approval. However, the timeline for enacting the new regulations remains unclear.

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  • Did the Indian govt ignore warnings on COVID 2nd wave? Corona update | Latest English News | WION

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    India on Friday registered 3,36,452 COVID cases and more than 3000 deaths. The Govt of India has been proactively working to reduce the number of cases but is it enough? According to health experts the Indian govt had ignored the warnings regarding second wave of COVID in the first week of March. The Indian Judiciary being a watchdog in a democratic framework also lashing over the central and state govt of acting irresponsible and letting people die due to lack of 'Oxygen' and other basic medical equipments.

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  • How India lost its way with Covid-19, as Modi govt walks into a crisis so bad it could unravel it

    22:36

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    The crisis with the return of Covid, already twice as bad as the peak in the first wave and worsening still, has the potential of unravelling the Modi government.
    Shekhar Gupta explains in #NationalInterest
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  • COVID-stricken Mexico develops its own Patria vaccine | DW News

    7:15

    Mexico has the world's third-highest COVID-19 death toll, behind the United States and Brazil. Over 215,000 people are known to have died. Testing is limited and experts believe the real death toll is actually much higher. So the government is seeking to speed up vaccinations. Only around five percent of the population is fully inoculated and Mexico is appealing for more shots from abroad. Earlier this month President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador received the Astra Zeneca shot.

    But Mexico is also developing its own vaccine. If approved, it would be the second Latin American vaccine. The Cuban vaccine is now in the final stages of testing.The vaccine is named Patria, Spanish for 'homeland.' The company spearheading the drive is already eyeing clinical trials. The Mexican government hopes the vaccine can be approved for emergency use by the end of the year.

    Authorities say it has several advantages, including that it can be administered in a nasal spray.The vaccine draws on US technology already used in other vaccines, which the Mexican developer says has proven safe and effective. The Mexican government has contributed to the funding.

    President Lopez Obrador has condemned vaccine hoarding by rich countries in the past. He says his nation will share its vaccine with others.



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  • Indias COVID-19 cases near 20 million as Modis party sees defeat in state elections | ABC News

    2:26

    India reports more than 300,000 new coronavirus cases for a 12th straight day, taking its overall infection tally to almost 20 million. Subscribe: Read more here:

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  • Bangladesh extends lockdown to keep Indias COVID variant at bay | DW News

    10:07

    Bangladesh  is relying on India to pull through and deliver COVID-19 vaccine doses. Until then, health officials have put the country on lockdown. And while infections have started dropping, the government has decided to extend the measures, for now. But that is turning out to be terribly tough for the poorest people in the country.
    There are many new mouths to feed in the Bangladeshi capital, Dhaka. The coronavirus pandemic and the lockdown are hitting people hard - especially those already straining to make ends meet.
    For many, the food provided by this charity is all they have to eat at the end of their daily Ramadan fast or Iftar 
    The government imposed a strict nationwide lockdown in April to try to contain a massive surge in infections. Officials are optimistic that the measures are working as cases appear to be falling. But the restrictions are taking a heavy toll. More than two thirds of people in Bangladesh have been forced to stop work or close their businesses at least for a time because of the pandemic. 
    But the government is resisting pressure to open up more quickly saying this would lead to more casualties  especially with the end of Ramadan approaching in the middle of May. 
    They're also concerned that what is happening in India could come to Bangladesh. They say if the Indian variant is allowed to circulate on the streets of Bangladesh the consequences would be devasting. They're urging Bangladeshis not to let their guard down - despite their desire to get back to normal.
    For many though the situation is already dire - and will only get worse if the pandemic is not brought under control.


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  • German ICUs fill up with younger COVID-19 patients | DW News

    5:57

    Health authorities in Germany are sounding the alarm about the growing number of COVID-19 cases. Today's figures show a huge increase in the seven-day-average to more than 150 confirmed infections per 100,000 people. Hospitals have been pleading with the government to tighten restrictions. Doctors also point out that the average age of COVID-19 patients in intensive care units is getting younger.
    Despite repeated warnings from health workers about the urgency of the situation, German lawmakers are mired in a fierce political debate over restrictions imposed to fight the pandemic. A new law to fight COVID-19 is in the works, and a decision is due Friday.
    But Doctors on the front line are frustrated.
    The question remains: How many more Germans have to die, before lawmakers do something substantial to stop the surge of COVID-19?


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  • Covid-19 India Update: How People In Delhi React To PM Modis Address To The Nation

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  • Pressure in India for national lockdown with more than 20 million Covid cases recorded - BBC News

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    Pressure is mounting on India's government to impose a national lockdown after the country recorded more than 20 million Covid infections.

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi is facing criticism as widespread shortages of oxygen and hospital beds continue in the worst-affected cities including the capital Delhi.

    The country's most popular sports tournament, the Indian Premier League, has been cancelled after a number of players tested positive.

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  • Indias hospitals swamped as daily COVID cases approach 380,000 | DW News

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    India's hospitals turn sick away as daily COVID cases approach 380,000 | DW News
    India has set another global record in coronavirus cases, reporting almost 380,000 new infections in the last day. Medical aid from abroad has started arriving in the country, but hospitals are still struggling with shortages of staff and supplies, including oxygen. India's health care system is so overwhelmed that many patients are being turned away.
    A COVID-19 ward in a hospital in Delhi. The hospital, like so many, is full to overflowing. Medical staff are stretched to the limit, some falling ill with the disease themselves. Just one reality in India's coronavirus emergency.
    A woman receives oxygen outside a Sikh temple. She's not alone. There's no room for these people in Delhi's emergency wards. Relatives are left to cope with severely ill patients by themselves.
    A long line outside a Delhi gas supplier. People doing what they can to save their loved ones. Some get the oxygen they need. But there isn't enough to go round.
    The state of Delhi is reporting one death from COVID-19 every four minutes. And as the hospitals can't cope with the growing numbers of patients so the cremation grounds are struggling to cope with the rising numbers of deaths. The funeral pyres are burning day and night.
    Delhi is one hotspot of India's COVID-19 emergency. Maharashtra state and the city of Mumbai is another. Here vaccination centers ran out of supplies on Wednesday. India is one of the biggest producers of vaccines. But it doesn't have enough to vaccinate the next 600 million people who will become eligible for the jab.
    Amid the frustration and suffering this: A 105-year-old man and his 95-year-old wife have survived a COVID-19 infection. The family says they want that story to give hope to others. For many fighting the disease, hope and prayers are all they have to help them.


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  • Modi Resists Pressure to Lock Down India as Covid Deaths Rise

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    Two weeks ago, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi called on states to only consider lockdowns “as the last option.” Now everyone from his political allies to top business leaders and U.S. President Joe Biden’s chief medical adviser see them as the only way to stem the world’s worst virus outbreak.

    The debate has been complicated by Modi’s move last year to impose a nationwide lockdown without warning, spurring a humanitarian crisis as migrant workers fled on foot to rural areas. While Modi is keen to avoid that criticism again, particularly after his Bharatiya Janata Party failed to win an election in West Bengal when votes were counted Sunday, even states run by his party are ignoring his advice.

    “One of the problems is this false narrative that it’s either a full lockdown, which equates to economic disaster, or no lockdown, which is a public health disaster,” said Catherine Blish, an infectious disease specialist and global health expert at Stanford Medicine in California. “What’s happening now is a health and an economic disaster. If you have huge swaths of your population getting sick, that’s not good for your population or your economy.”

    In the past week, television channels and social media have been flooded with grim scenes of overcrowded crematoriums and desperate pleas for oxygen from hospitals. Daily deaths in India slowed marginally after hitting a record 3,689 on Sunday, while the number of daily cases have been over 350,000 for the past few days.

    India’s richest banker Uday Kotak, who heads the Confederation of Indian Industry, urged the government to take the “strongest national steps including curtailing economic activity to reduce suffering.” We must heed expert advice on this subject -- from India and abroad, Kotak said.

    This is a shift in industry’s response. In April, a survey of the confederation’s members showed they were against lockdowns and wanted swift vaccination. In past month however, the collapsing health infrastructure and mounting death toll has revealed the extent the crisis. Lack of adequate vaccine doses has only added to the chaos.

    “Deploy armed forces and central security forces for logistics, infrastructure and personnel,” the industry body said in a statement.

    The most immediately effective way to break the chain of transmission is to keep people far enough apart that the virus can’t jump from one to another. Some experts, including Anthony S. Fauci, the top U.S. infectious disease doctor, say a temporary shut down is important.

    But others say complete national lockdown isn’t possible and it would be disastrous for the poor who have already borne the brunt of the outbreak.

    People who live hand-to-mouth can’t stay home, they have to go out every day to find something to eat or earn a day’s wages, said Kim Mulholland, an Australian pediatrician and leader of the infection and immunity group at the Murdoch Children’s Research Institute in Melbourne.

    Several parts of the country, including the national capital Delhi, and the financial hub Mumbai are already under a lockdown, though not as strictly as the one last year. The federal government has left it open for states to decide on local lockdowns.

    Although policy makers have signaled they are ready to take steps to support growth, economists say a failure to flatten the virus curve could exert pressure on monetary and fiscal policies that have already used up most of the conventional space available to them.

    As hospitals struggle for oxygen and bodies pile up at crematoriums, a blanket lockdown may only add to the misery. A sudden loss of livelihoods may once again prompt a rush of workers from cities to their home towns and villages, also helping the virus spread to the hinterlands. Experts suggest instead of a strict shutdown, governments could curtail activities where it is difficult to maintain social distancing.

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  • COVID-19: Indian children orphaned by the pandemic | DW News

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    While children are unlikely to fall severely ill from the novel coronavirus, they’re fast becoming secondary victims of the virus in India. Lost family members and finances are creating orphans and plunginging vulnerable youth into humanitarian crises.

    UNICEF’s India representative Dr Yasmin Haque explains why children are heavily impacted by the COVID crisis in India and what must be done to help them.

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  • Own Up Mistakes, Provide Responsible Leadership: The lancet Slams Harsh Vardhan and PM Modi

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    The Lancet has lashed out at Indian Health Minister for his statement. The Lancet is a weekly peer-reviewed general medical journal. It is among the world's oldest and best-known general medical journals. It is almost considered as the Bible of medical practice and science.
    In its article published on may 8th, titled India's Covid-19 Emergency, criticized Indian Govt's approach towards the handling of the pandemic. It has called India's vaccination drive as botched up and said that PM Modi's actions in attempting to stifle criticism and open discussion during the crisis are inexcusable.
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  • Will we ever get a simple pharmaceutical treatment against COVID? | COVID-19 Special

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    Wouldn't it be wonderful if we could just pop a pill and Covid-19 would be nothing more than a nasty cold? Science is working on a variety of therapies - but it's somewhat slow-going.

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  • Is Narendra Modi the weakest Prime Minister of India? How history will remember Narendra Modi?

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  • COVID in India: Supply shortage hampers vaccine rollout | COVID-19 Special

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  • Whats the toll of Indias coronavirus crisis on mental health? | DW News

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    India has now reported more than 20 million cases of COVID-19 - although the actual figure may be much higher. Aside from the immense physical toll of the pandemic, it's also putting enormous strain on the mental health of Indians. 
    Lockdowns, death, illness and job insecurity all have an impact on how people feel.Indian film star Deepika Padukone is taking a stand for mental health. As the pandemic rages, she's raising awareness of psychiatric problems - and the ways people can get help.Thousands are dying every day in India, as it experiences the biggest wave of coronavirus infections the world has seen. 

    The healthcare system is in danger of collapse. And millions are suffering from anxiety and depression. Deepika Padukone is urging people to get help. She set up the Live Love Laugh Foundation. It helps connect people with mental health assistance, like telephone hotlines and suicide prevention centers.She says no life should be lost to mental illness.

    Breakdowns, fear, anxiety. These are the words 29 year old Kanika uses when asked about how she is coping with the second wave Covid-19.Kanika Agarwal runs an online mental health platform, Mindpeers, which connects people to therapists. And the statistics are enough to tell her that she is not alone. Apart from anxiety, depression and grief that many are already experiencing, she says a lot of young people may end up suffering with PTSD or post-traumatic stress disorder.

    The second wave of Covid-19 has been catastrophic- images of people gasping for breath and collapsing in front of hospitals where no beds or oxygen are available - have impacted the mental wellbeing of many.

    Some experts are convinced this wave has triggered a mental health epidemic of its own. As she struggles to maintain a positive mindset, she is doing everything she can to bring her father back home soon.

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  • Latin Americas COVID-19 situation remains devastating | DW News

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    Latin America is home to just 8 percent of the world's population - but has suffered nearly a third of all COVID-19 deaths. Brazil battles a second wave of COVID-19 infections, nearly 400,000 people have died so far. President Jair Bolsonaro has consistently played down the coronavirus but is now trying to get more vaccines from abroad.

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  • Nepal sees explosion in COVID-19 cases | DW News

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    International aid is now flowing in to support overwhelmed hospitals in India. The country has been hit hard by a new variant. Neighbouring Nepal is also struggling to contain an explosion in cases. Vaccines are in short supply - and nearly half those tested are found to be positive. It's feared the situation may be as bad, if not worse, than in India.
    India is still registering record daily COVID-19 deaths and infections. Officials have reported more than 400,000 new cases in the last day. Almost 4,000 people died. Mass gatherings at recent religious and political rallies have also been blamed for spreading the virus.

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  • Second Covid Wave in India - Government ignored warning amid Covid surge says scientists

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    India's coronavirus crisis continues to spiral out of control.
    Scientific advisers appointed by the government said they warned officials in early March of a new and more contagious variant of the coronavirus.
    Despite the warning, four of the scientists said the federal government did not seek to impose significant restrictions to stop the spread of the COVID-19.
    The government is desperate to expand its vaccination programme, but has struggled to meet demand.
    People have turned up to get the jab, only to find there are no doses left.

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  • PM Narendra Modi holds fruitful talks with Joe Biden | India COVID | Latest English News | WION

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    Leaders of twenty major industrial and emerging countries are holding a health summit aimed at boosting access to coronavirus vaccines. They're expected to recommend more voluntary licensing of vaccine production.
    At present, it's only a handful of companies and their partners that are allowed to make the jabs. It's a fundamental principle of intellectual property law but - critics say- it's costing lives. South Africa and India have led calls for patents to be waived. More than 100 countries - including the US, agree. But Germany rejected the proposal, saying it would hinder innovation.
    What are the arguments for and against? Those in favour say suspending patents would save lives and help economies re-open. They say pharma companies have benefited from government investment. The critics say patent waivers would hamper innovation, and slow any response to a future pandemic. They say production capacity is the real issue and point out that some pharma companies are already selling their vaccines to poorer countries at cost.

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  • COVID-19: Modi government ignored warnings by scientists

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