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Implications of The Zero COVID Policy in China

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3 mn read Despite exerting a lot of pressure on China’s economy and facing criticism from citizens of China, the Chinese government is still pushing forward the zero-COVID program. At the moment, several cities in China are either under partial lockdowns or full lockdowns. Some cities have been placed under district-based controls as the Chinese government tries to control the spread of COVID-19 infections. On Monday, the government issued a work from home policy in Beijing. Therefore, most subway systems across the city remained empty. In addition, parks, roads, and apartment blocks were closed as per the zero-COVID policy.

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What is The Current Situation of The UK’s Economy Two Years After Covid?

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3 mn read Rishi Sunak is expected to announce his spring statement soon. The statement concerns the second anniversary of the previous Covid-19 lockdown. The statement by the Exchequer Chancellor comes at a time when the British economy is healing from the adverse effects of Covid-19 and the new war in Ukraine.

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After BJP wins state elections in India, prime Minister Narendra Modi called it as an indicator of national elections in 2024

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3 mn read Fresh victory of Bhartiya Janta Party in Manipur, Uttar Pradesh and Uttarakhand is narrating that current Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi is coming again in 2024 national elections. Assembly elections that took place in five states of India, Manipur, Uttar Pradesh, Punjab, Goa and Uttarakhand during February and March were announced few days ago, with an expected win of Bhartiya Janta Party, but not with a same large margin. Despite of farmer protest, Covid-19 pandemic, collapsing of health care sector and inflation, experts were speculating Bhartiya Janta Party’s win in maximum states, before elections but with a lower margin considering Uttar Pradesh.

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India’s statistics show more than half a million children are left with single parent since the pandemic

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3 mn read NCPCR (National Commission for Protection of Child Rights) is an Indian lawful body that works closely with Ministry of Women and Child Development. The commission informed Supreme Court about the statistics came up based on the uploaded information by administration. According to the body, from 1 April 2020 to January 2022, nearly 1.47 lakhs children lost their parents, out of which 70 thousand are girls, 76 thousand are boys and 4 of them are transgenders. Reason behind deaths apart from Covid are also other diseases in this data.

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Are slums of India prepared for another wave of corona virus?

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3 mn read Slums were already at risk when pandemic hit the world. With no arrangements of hygiene, food, water and health, it has become worse for the people living there. ‘Before Covid we were surrounded by the same large heaps of waste that smells horrible, and today also we smell the same. We don’t have a proper water connection and so sometimes we go different places to store it for future’, said Jasmine who is a 16-year-old from slums of Delhi. When people are preparing their immunity system to fight against another wave, people like Jasmine is storing water for another day.

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Why Indian administration is not taking any action on election rallies amid spread of Omicron strain in the country?

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3 mn read India has already started imposing restrictions amid rise in omicron strain cases while Covid is still in the air. Sudden rise in Covid cases per day is a worrying issue for administration and people. While states have again included partial lockdown during specific hours along with shut down of schools, colleges and theatres, National capital of the country, New Delhi is on yellow alert. Maximum omicron cases have been recorded in the city and is under high packed restrictions. According to Dr. Akanksha Ranawat, ‘We have yet again started Covid centres in AIIMS (All India Institute of Medical Sciences) hospital keeping in mind the number of cases we are registering per day. Currently, we are monitoring the situation and all the new Covid patients are under our watch. So, there is no need to worry.’

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Delta To Snub Three More Cities as from January 9

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3 mn read After a year and a half of stagnation, the air travel industry is beginning to show signs of recovery. According to the Department of Transportation data (TSA), the number of passengers flying rose for the first time in 17+ months on December 12, where 2 million plus travelers passed through checkpoints; and some airlines are now reporting higher prices for tickets as more people fly.

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Is India about to face third wave of Covid-19 due to rise in Omicron cases?

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3 mn read New variant of Covid-19 Omicron, has started escalating its cases in India, shortly after it was acknowledged by authorities of World Health Organization. Until now, 266M people worldwide have been infected by Corona Virus and nearly 5.2M have been killed. Omicron cases in India has reached over 20 cases in different states, including New Delhi, Gujarat, Maharashtra. The first two cases were reported in Karnataka, out of which one is a South African National. More likely, all the reported cases were travelling from out of India.

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India with second largest population in world is moving forward with more than 95 crore Indians vaccinated

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3 mn read Initially people in India were hesitant with the vaccination process and hardly turned up at centres, when it all started. People were not treating it as a life saving step but were reluctant about the minor side effects it showed on some individuals. But today, approximately 66% of the Indian population is vaccinated with single dose and are moving forward speedily, as per the official data. According to the Union Health Secretary Rajesh Bhushan, around half of the 18+ Indian population of the country have received at least one dose of the vaccination. Adding on to his statement, he said, ‘23% of the Indian population under 18+ have been fully vaccinated with both the doses. And that it is all because of the hardwork some states put in during the drive.’

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