Ridiculous move - Unlock 1.0
And we have the Government doing Unlock 1.0
Most districts dont have a decent hospital.
Everyone now left to themselves. more
*Isolation was the first dtep , so that they dont spread to others in the family .
*Neem leeves were the sanitizer,
*Adequate Rest for the patient was given,
*The most important Diet , all home made , nutritious well balanced ,
* the soups to boost the strength ,
* and the herbs for general health , Immunity, all for 14 to 21 days . I was a chicken pox patient . Then automatically I became the attendant for others when they get as I get immune automatiically .
But people with co morbitities have found it difficult to be manged. Yet a saving grace is even elder citizens without co morbitities have recovered well. more
Every + ve case is Not a Patient who is suffering from Corona.
People with Comordities are suffering more because of hospital beds being occupied by unknown Virus
People are waiting to get Dialysis/Heart surgeries.... more
When we heard the Bill's for covid19 treatment running to lacks upto 13 lakhs what else can we expect from lower middle class ?
Stay safe . more
We common Indians (may be except for privileged BPL and rich people) are on mercy of God.
In most of the places they have completed their duty just by approving Private labs and now the bar of 4500 for testing has been lifted. Just wait see the fun. more
AS INDIA gradually opens up, some of the country’s prominent public health and community medicine experts, including two members of an ICMR research group on Covid-19,have criticised the government’s handling of the pandemic and the lack of indecision-making. “It is unrealistic to expect that COVID-19 pandemic can be eliminated at this stage given that community transmission is already well-established across largem sections or sub-populations in the country,” reads a joint statement by Indian Public Health Association, Indian association of Preventive and Social Medicine and Indian Association of Epidemiologists. The government has maintained that there is no community transmission even as the total cases in the country touched 1,73,763 on Saturday. As many as 7,964 fresh cases were reported Saturday — a new daily high. However, the number of active cases has gone down for the first time, from 89,987 patients on Friday to 86,422 Saturday. “India’s nationwide “lockdown” from March 25, 2020 till May30,2020has been one of the most stringent; and yet COVID cases have increased exponentially through this phase... This draconian lockdown is presumably in response to a modelling exercise from an influential institution which was a ‘worst-case simulation’... Subsequent events have proved that the predictions of this model were way off the mark. Had the Government of India consulted epidemiologists who had better grasp of disease transmission dynamics compared to modelers, it would have perhaps been better served…,” the statement says. Among signatories of the statement are Dr Shashi Kant, Professor& Head, Centre for Community Medicine AIIMS, New Delhi and Dr DCS Reddy, Former Professor& Head, Community Medicine, BHU. The two are members of an ICMR research group on epidemiology and surveillance for Covid-19 constituted on April 6. Dr Reddy chairs the group. When the Sunday Express contacted him, Dr Shashi Kant said :“I am aware of it, I have signed it and I am in agreement with itis all I can say. ”Dr Reddy said: "Yes Iam aware of the statement, it was circulated to all of us and wherever we had doubts, we have raised it.” Among other signatories are Dr Anil Kumar, Deputy Director General of Health Services, Dr Puneet Misra, professor, community medicine, AIIMS and Dr Kapil Yadav, Additional Professor, Centre for Community Medicine, AIIMS. The statement adds that the handling of migrants has added to the challenges in containing the spread of the disease. Among the recommendations the statement makes constitution of a panel of inter-disciplinary public health and preventive health experts and social scientists at central, state and district levels to address both public health and humanitarian crises. more