(This story originally appeared in on Aug 04, 2020) NEW DELHI: For the first time, India added the highest number of fresh Covid-19 cases among all countries on Sunday. India’s count of 53,641 cases on the day was higher than the infections detected in the US (49,038) and Brazil (24,801), the two countries that have […]Read More
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NEW DELHI: India has gradually ramped-up its testing capacity for COVID-19 and conducted over 4.20 lakh tests in a day, the highest ever, the Union Health Ministry said Saturday, crediting the increase in number of labs for the achievement. India had only one lab for testing samples for the disease in January but it has […]Read More
NEW DELHI: Congress leader Rahul Gandhi on Saturday said Aarogya Setu mobile application is a “sophisticated surveillance system” outsourced to a private operator, raising serious data security and privacy concerns. Technology can help keep us safe, but fear must not be used to track citizens without their consent, he said. The mobile application helps users […]Read More
!1 New UpdateClick right here for up to date updates US tops world in virus cases, overtaking China and Italy The United States on Thursday (March 26) took the grim title of the nation with essentially the most Covid-19 infections and reported a report surge in unemployment as world leaders vowed US$5 trillion (RM21.6 trillion) […]Read More
!1 New UpdateClick right here for up to date updates Goa experiences first positive coronavirus cases; 3 contaminated: Health Department Three individuals with journey historical past to Spain, Australia and the USA tested positive for coronavirus in Goa on Wednesday, well being division officers stated. This is the primary time the vacationer state has reported […]Read More
NEW DELHI: The count of those infected by the novel coronavirus countrywide touched 100, according to reports from the states, though the Union home ministry put the official infection number at 84. The upward spike was primarily the result of Maharashtra turning into the new hot zone, the leap in its infection count from 19 […]Read More
We have been here before. Almost. A long time ago, in 1918, the Spanish Flu infected 500 million people and killed an estimated 10-50 million, devastating the global economy. A century later, the world was supposedly making massive progress and scientists focusing on higher order problems — like blurring the boundaries between the real and […]Read More