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334 Covid-19 'super-spreaders' found in Ahmedabad: Official 10.5.2020 India News | Latest News Headlines & Live Updates from India - Times of India
As many as 334 coronavirus 'super-spreaders' have been found in Ahmedabad so far, and it is the main reason for the order to keep shops of groceries and vegetables closed till May 15. 'Super-spreaders' are the infectious disease carriers who could transmit the pathogen to a large number of people.
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As parts of India ease Covid-19 lockdown, we must move from imposed to personal discipline 10.5.2020 Scroll.in
Epidemiologist and Havard adjunct professor K Srinath Reddy on post-lockdown challenges.
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‘Death Cap’ mushrooms behind Meghalaya deaths 10.5.2020 The Assam Tribune
‘Death Cap’ mushrooms behind Meghalaya deaths
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Gas Leak From Visakhapatnam Plant To Be Neutralised In 48 Hours: Minister 9.5.2020 NDTV News - India-news
More than over 60 per cent of the toxic gas leaked from the chemical factory in Visakhapatnam has been neutralised and it will be completely gone in the next two days, authorities in Andhra Pradesh...
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'Numbers will continue to rise in Mumbai till May end' 8.5.2020 Rediff: News
'In Mumbai the mortality rate was reaching a percentage of almost 8 plus in about April.' 'But now over last one month, we have come down.' 'We have drastically controlled mortality.' 'We are now about 3.9.'
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Why West Bengal's coronavirus mortality rate is high 8.5.2020 Rediff: News
Social stigma and low testing are the key reasons for the high mortality rate among COVID-19 patients in West Bengal, where the disease, like elsewhere in the country, is still an urban phenomenon, experts say. The state's Trinamool Congress government has been drawing consistent criticism from the Centre and opposition parties over the way it has tackled the pandemic, and has been accused of under-reporting data about the number of COVID-19 cases and deaths.
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The end of Covid-19 lockdown could be India’s chance to forge a cleaner energy policy 7.5.2020 Scroll.in - News that matters
Experts recommend the most sustainable path to economic recovery.
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Gas leak at South Korea-owned factory in Andhra Pradesh kills nine, hundreds hospitalised 7.5.2020 Reuters: Top News
At least nine people were killed in Andhra Pradesh by a gas leak at a South Korean-owned factory making polystyrene products, with emergency services rushing over 300 people to hospitals and evacuating 1,500 from a nearby village, a police official said.
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With silent looms, crisis loom for handloom weavers and allied-workers 7.5.2020 DNA
The already ailing handloom sector has been badly affected by the coronavirus pandemic and subsequent lockdown.
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Gas Leak At A Chemical Plant In Andhra Pradesh, Many Evacuated: Updates 7.5.2020 NDTV News - India-news
Five people including a child were killed after toxic gas leaked from a chemical plant of a multinational firm in Andhra Pradesh's Visakhapatnam, officials said. Nearly 200 people have been admitted...
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Air pollution will mean more Covid-19 deaths. The warning is loud and clear for India 7.5.2020 Scroll.in - News that matters
The silver lining: the clear blue skies are telling us that it is time to grasp the opportunity to clean the air we breathe.
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In India, most deaths go unregistered. How reliable is its Covid-19 mortality data? 7.5.2020 Scroll.in - News that matters
An interview with Dr Prabhat Jha, one of the world’s leading experts on mortality in India.
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Coronavirus spreads among Indian police enforcing world's largest lockdown 6.5.2020 Reuters: Top News
Hundreds of Indian police have tested positive for the coronavirus in recent days, raising alarm among an over-stretched force as it attempts to enforce the world's largest lockdown.
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India must look to villages to fill the gaps in its Covid-19 data 6.5.2020 Scroll.in
The emphasis needs to shift from district-level to sub-district-level data, says an expert.
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Covid-19: In urban India, the elderly are grappling with hunger and fears of dying alone 5.5.2020 Scroll.in
Helplines for the elderly have seen a rise in the number of distress calls since the lockdown.
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'We welcome firms who want to shut business in China' 5.5.2020 Rediff: News
'Recently we held a video conference with a host (about 100) of US companies that want to move their base from China to Uttar Pradesh.'
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Covid-19: Misinformed Indians are on a ‘witch hunt’ to get rid of bats 2.5.2020 Scroll.in
Coronaviruses found in Indian bats are different from SARS CoV-2, the source of Covid-19.
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Covid-19 lockdown extended till May 17. Here’s the full text of the Centre’s guidelines 1.5.2020 Scroll.in - News that matters
Travel by air, rail, metro and inter-state movement by road, running of schools, colleges and other educational institutions will remain banned.
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Why did the Centre put migrant workers through five weeks of anguish before letting them go home? 1.5.2020 Scroll.in - News that matters
Neither testing nor hospital capacities in rural districts seems to have shown much improvement since lockdown was imposed.
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No movement of migrants outside govt guidelines: MHA 30.4.2020 Rediff: News
Asked during a press briefing if special trains and private vehicles will also be allowed to transport these people as demanded by some states and others, Joint Secretary in the Union home ministry Punya Salila Srivastava said the orders issued at present were for 'using buses and for group of persons'.
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