Delhi is currently the worst-COVID affected city in India and every passing day thousands are getting infected and over a hundred people are losing their lives to the virus.
But even as the situation continues to be out of control, many are refusing to comply with the restriction a follow COVID-19 safety precautions.
The national capital has been under a night curfew for ten days now to prevent the spread of the virus. Read more
Remdesivir Panic Is Real As Shortage Leads To Black Marketing, Chaos
A medical shop owner and two others were arrested on Thursday by the MP police’s Special Task Force (STF) for allegedly black marketing Remdesivir injections used in the treatment of COVID-19 patients, an official said. Reportedly, police’s Special Task Force sleuths recovered 12 vials of injections of two different brands from them. It was printed on the packet of these vials that they are meant ”for export only”. Similar incidents were reported from across the country. Read more
Our Kumbh Is Over, Says Niranjani Akhada After Its Head Dies Of COVID
Panchayati Niranjani Akhada, one of the 13 akhadas, that participate in the mega gathering on Thursday announced the conclusion of the Kumbh on April 17.
“The main Shahi Snan held on the occasion of Mesh Sankranti on April 14 is over. Many in our akhada are showing Covid-19 symptoms. So, for us the Kumbh Mela is over,” Niranjani Akhada secretary Ravindra Puri said. Read more
‘Double Mutant’ Virus Most Common Variant In India, Reveals Genome Data
Maharashtra’s ‘double mutation virus’ might be becoming the most prevalent among all COVID viruses in the country. This is according to genome sequencing data submitted by Indian scientists to a global database as per a report in HT. This analysis shows for the first time how the detection of different variants of COVID has changed. B.1.617, as it is known now, was the most common sample sequenced before April 2 at 24 per cent. Read more
Over 15,000 Cheques Of Rs 22 Cr Donated By Devotees For Ram Temple Have Bounced
According to an audit report of Shri Ram Janmbhoomi Teerth Kshetra, a trust set up by the Centre for the construction of the temple, said the cheques bounced due to lack of funds in bank accounts or some technical error.
Trust member Dr Anil Mishra said banks are working to solve the issue of technical errors and they are asking people to make donations again. Read more