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Rural health care needs fixing, and now -Bhupinder Singh Hooda

-The Hindu A takeaway from the pandemic is that India needs to revisit and refurbish its health infrastructure in the rural areas The two consecutive waves of COVID-19 and Mucormycosis have left us shattered. Multiple bruises have been caused to us. But during the second wave of the pandemic, it is our rural people who are struggling the most. They are struggling to get prompt and quality health care. The key role...

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Undocumented Tide Of Death Overwhelms Rural India As Cities Stabilise -Kavitha Iyer A surge of untested, undocumented, unmonitored Covid-19 infections in India’s villages is killing thousands, many times more than reported cases. With no access to big-city medical care or Twitter SOSs, millions are at risk. Mumbai: It was past 10 pm when S H Mehdi, BAMS, saw off the last of the day’s 250-odd patients and settled down to speak over the phone. “Chaaron taraf fever phaili hui hai. (There are febrile...

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COVID writing on the wall ahead of UP polls -Biswajeet Banerjee

-The Pioneer The severe wave of the killer pandemic has virtually nullified all the good work undertaken by the Yogi Adityanath Government After a month of devastation Covid-19 has caused in Uttar Pradesh leaving behind a trail of deaths and stories of agony emanating from almost each mohulla across the State, the insiders in the BJP and in the RSS realise that whatever be their achievements like providing houses to poor or...

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Coronavirus: FIR filed against former UP village head after he complained of lack of facilities Several reports showed Covid-19 patients in Mewla Gopalgarh village lying under a neem tree as they struggled to find Hospital beds. The police in Uttar Pradesh have filed a first information report against the former head of a village for allegedly giving false statements to the media about the coronavirus and spreading rumours to tarnish the government’s image, The Times of India reported on Wednesday. The Times of India and The Wire...

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Harsh Mander: A lesson in how to end the mass suffering unleashed by India’s first lockdown -Harsh Mander A report by the collective Hunger Watch reveals the extent of continuing hunger caused by state policy, and recommends ways to end the distress. A spectacularly uncaring, unaccountable state has abandoned Indians to their fate. Bodies are piling up, pyres burn late into the night, and corpses are buried in anonymous mass graves. Loved ones are choking to death because their governments failed to secure them oxygen. Vaccines have fallen short...

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