Covid testing Games

India's COVID19 testing story in one chart!

At the end of 1st wave, we were doing 63 tests/case & our TPR was 1.6%

Now, we're doing a mere 4.5 tests/case & TPR at 22.3%!

Even at the peak of the 1st wave, we were doing 11.4 tests per case compared to the current 4.5!

Numbers are being kept low artificially and this will likely lead to trouble more  

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I fully support Mr. Prakash Prabhakar's views. The political and religious leaders of the community for their political gains spread so much of bad myth about vaccine that majority of the people were not willing to go for vaccination. more  
There are different type of testing, Random, all and sundry (as in a specific community)and focused (people with symtoms). The milder ones may evade through the diagnostic testing and these ones will recover. So those numbr of RTPCR are saved. Secondly any establishment in India will be xpecting planning to overcome the shortages for th COVID 19 treatment requirements, so that lives can be saved . more  
Unfortunately the size of problem is so big that everything is being messed up. OVER MEDICATION is being done specially by the private players to boost their earning at the cost of lives. In fact there is no medicine till now for the disease very cleverly designed by China as bio weapon. But hospitals are loading patients with steriods, Remdisiver ( with very limited role to reduce viral load at primary stage of sickness). As a result patients with other health issues are developing heart and liver problems, in addition to uncontrolled diabetes. Over medication is also done to get cuts from drug companies. There are many equivalents for Remdisiver, but doctors are asking for this brand only by prescription. This has created shortage of the brand and black marketing is rampant. Even fake injections are being sold in black. INSUFFICIENT CARE : The doctors and para medical staff deputed in the COVID CARE are not giving regular and constant care to the critical patients admitted in ICUs. They hardly visit and monitor their conditions and needs. The patients are on drip and on oxygen, they cannot move. Even attendants are not allowed inside. They keep calling for help, hardly anybody attends. One reason can be that wearing PPE kit for longer duration for medical staff is very uncomfortable in the hot season. DRDO has develped cotton PPE kits with better ventilation. But it will take time to come in market. The body heat is not dissipated and results in sweating. The patients on ventilators, need constant watch, but no body does that in most hospitals. THEFT OF HUMAN ORGANS: There are many cases in which the kidneys, eyes and other vital body parts are stolen from the bodies of patients and sealed bodies are handed over to the relations, with instructions to not to open the packing. OF COURSE NATURE WILL TAKE REVENGE FROM THE VULTURES AMONGST US IN VARIOUS ROBES. more  
In a country where 35% people yet follow myths , supersitions,misleading and bogus statement of leaders...nothing can be transparent and fact-based! Value of citizen's life is zero..and leaders need them once in every 5 years. Wheather educated or uneducated all most all politicians have same blood group...just blabber sitting inside a/c rooms and they feel its done ! You pay tax, gst, duty and give vote... expect nothing..this is the new version of democracy in India... more  
The Numbers are being kept low artificially as always. This is well known about our country unfortunately... more  
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