Covid Warrior: Meet Imtiaz who has not availed single leave this year

Covid Warrior: Meet Imtiaz

Ground Report | New Delhi: Covid Warrior: Meet Imtiaz; Preventing the spread of Covid to save the lives of people including his own and his family members has been a top most priority of Imtiaz Ahmed Sofi,37, a Laboratory Technician (NHM) at Sub-Division Hospital, Banihal. Known for his perfectionist nature, he is a die-hard and a … Read more

Covid Warrior: Meet Pharmacist Irshad working without availing a single leave in past 1 year

Ground report | Srinagar: Covid Warrior, Irshad Ahmed Zargar, working as a Pharmacist who has not availed even a single leave in the past one year working in Community Health Centre, Batote. For the past about one year, he has been dedicatedly sampling the people for Covid in hospital or at quarantine centres, Covid Health Care … Read more

Haryana man who cremated more than 300 covid-19 victims, died from Covid

Praveen cremated bodies of over 300 Corona patients Ground report | Haryana: Pravin Kumar, head of the Hisar Municipal Corporation Employees Union of Haryana, who cremated the bodies of more than 300 covid-infected patients, died of Covid. He breathed his last in a private hospital in Hisar on Monday evening, he was cremated at the crematorium … Read more

WHO says India Covid variant is of ‘global concern’

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The World Health Organization (WHO) has classified the COVID-19 mutation that emerged in India as a “variant of concern”. WHO senior scientist Maria Van Kerkhove said on Monday that there was “some information available to suggest an increase in B.1.617 transmission”, a variant detected in India. ALSO READ: Hospitals Overwhelmed, Graveyards Overflowing As Covid-19 Infections Surge … Read more

COVID vaccine registration for 18+ begins on Cowin App How and where to register

The third phase of registration for the vaccination of covid-19 is starting from today i.e. April 28. In this phase, those aged 18 years and above will be able to get vaccinated from May 1. But to get vaccinated at this stage, people will have to go to the cowin platform or Arogya Setu app and … Read more

Outcry over oxygen in Delhi hospitals, covid patients are dying

Maharaja Agrasen Hospital in Delhi has moved the High Court regarding the lack of oxygen for critically ill corona patients. A hearing on this issue is going on in the court. During the hearing, the court has reprimanded the central government. The court told the Center, “On April 21, you had assured that 480 metric tons … Read more

In Pictures: Devastation caused by covid-19 in India

A heartbreaking picture of a mother in India has gone viral with the body of her 29-year-old son lying at her feet. In this photo, Chandrakala Singh is sitting in a rickshaw with the body of his son Vineet Singh.  This picture is from Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh. The picture is just one example of the plight … Read more

India records 295,041 new COVID-19 cases amid oxygen shortage

lack of oxygen, 132 people died in these 9 hospitals of India, So far Coronavirus second wave India

The COVID-19 virus has caused a furore in India. Every day the figures of new cases were being recorded, but this time the deaths from covid have also broken all the records so far.  In the past 24 hours, 2,95,041 cases of corona infection have been reported in India. These figures are for Tuesday. A total of 2023 people have … Read more

Families of Covid patients flood social media with cries for help

India’s daily tally of new covid-19 infections hit a new record of 2,34,692 cases in the past 24 hours, according to health ministry data, marking the third day in a row when the number of newly diagnosed people has surpassed the two lakh mark. Positive rates for testing in the country are also in double … Read more

Scientists warn new covid-19 mutations within a year due to slow launch of vaccines


Leading health experts from around the world warn that slow vaccine rollouts and uneven distribution could render injections ineffective as new coronavirus mutations emerge within the next year. Seventy-seven scientists – from leading academic institutions from around the world – participated in the survey with about 30 percent suggesting a second-generation vaccine would be needed … Read more