Wednesday 28 April 2021

World reacts to COVID-19 crisis in India

Co-founder of the South Asian Health Network, Sabina Vohra-Miller, talks about India’s COVID-19 crisis.

The Government of India confirmed India's first case of Coronavirus disease 2019 on 30 January 2020 in the state of Kerala, when a university student from Wuhan travelled back to the state. As the number of confirmed COVID-19 positive cases closed 500, Modi on 19 March, asked all citizens to observe 'Janata Curfew' (people's curfew) on Sunday, 22 March.

India's battle continues with the dangerous 2nd wave of the virus.


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      Here is some more interesting news about India and Coronavirus. ‘Delta plus’: India declares new COVID-19 variant to be of concern.

      June 22, 2021:

      India on Tuesday declared a new coronavirus variant to be of concern, and said nearly two dozen cases had been detected in 3 states.

      The variant, identified locally as so-called "Delta plus," was found in 16 cases in the state of Maharashtra, Federal Health Secretary Rajesh Bhushan told a news conference.

      The ministry said "Delta plus" showed increased transmissibility and advised states to increase testing.

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