Delhiites we will suffer

This is what Delhi airport looked like this morning. Most families are apparently heading out for the long weekend for Holi. Wait for next weeks numbers. Seema said we will have 2000 by march 31. Like this we will have 10000/day by April 10 and the state will drastically reduce testing to look good more  

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Scrolling from my inbox this morning - I read this email shared by Harsimran in the month of March. We all are now seeing this as reality.. more  
What do you mean by state will drastically reduce testing. Despite crisis since March 2020 state(central and state govts.) have never reduced testing. Infact since last one year the rates have been brought down by 50% for RT PCR testing and testing infra has been boosted. If people fail to take precautions as if everything is normal the state cannot be blamed. more  
Precautions must be taken. However, certain establishments put the commerce, such as continuing allowing the gatherings, for example buffet lunch, as though all is normal, before social safety. They follow the caveat emptor norm. This while the state has given out a clear message this Holi that all stay at home, maintaining social distance, leading by example. Humans like believing what they finds convenient, but must there must be honesty about whether a decision has been taken based on convenience or principles. more  
another super spreader fest ......most unaware that virus is still outthere ,vacc only helps person not getting violently ill, DOES NOT STOP INFECTION. Chances of infection increase with exposure more  
It's been 5 years since I started sharing about my findings on portable drinking water and it's quintessential necessity to support normal life in Delhi but we are still @ chemical model. It's bad.....It is not a solution! Let me assure you that after travelling a big part of this country there are few places in India that can flaunt a word near to independence....
Rest is bhagwan bharose.... more  
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