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Migrants dies on road after walking 500 kms to reach home amid Coronavirus lockdown

23-year-old Logesh Balasubramani, the migrant who had walked 500 kilometres from Nagpur on his way home to Namakkal in Tamil Nadu, collapsed and died after resting at a govt run shelter in Secunderabad on Wednesday night. He was one of the lakhs of migrant workers and daily wagers who got badly affected due to sudden nationwide 21-day COVID-19 lockdown and the deprivation of food, shelter or income forced him like many others to take journeys back home on foot. Src: https://bit.ly/2UQHCvO


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Health Ministry says India is in local transmission, lockdown helped

While addressing a press conference, Indian Council of Medical Researcher Luv Agarawal informed that the country was in local transmission stage. He said if they use the word 'community' then there is speculation. He further said "In the lockdown stage we saw that it took us 12 days between 100 cases and 1,000 cases. In other countries, 3,000 -5,000 cases have been found. We have received some positive results due to social distancing". Src: https://bit.ly/3auOFB9

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India ranks 57 out of 195 countries in pandemic preparedness: Survey

According to Global Health Security (GHS) Index 2019, India stands at 57th position in the preparedness against a pandemic. The GHS index included 195 countries in its survey on a scale of 0 to 100 based on preparedness of the healthcare sector to deal with the pandemic. The ranking was based on indicators such as prevention, detection, reporting, rapid response, health system, compliance with international norms and risk environment. India is currently battling the Coronavirus pandemic that has infected over 694 people and killed 16 people in the country. Src: https://bit.ly/2QOai7I


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Union Health Ministry says Coronavirus vaccine will take at least 1.5 to 2 years to come

The Union Health Ministry recently stated that the vaccine for the treatment of Coronavirus will take minimum 1.5 to 2 years to develop. Health ministry also requested people to not panic while asking them to maintain effective social distance as protection against coronavirus. So far, 73 positive coronavirus cases have been reported in India out of which, 56 are Indians and 17 are foreigners. Src: https://bit.ly/2IGbBRF

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