Worlds prohibiting flights from India
Governmen’s COVID free-for-all has forced the world to ban travel to India. More than 26 countries are no longer allowing travel back and forth from India. The ripples of Indian Government’s incompetence have been felt around the world.
What do we NRIs who have family back home do? We are stuck because of this ineffective COVID management by Govt of India. more
Both opposition and media must stop negative publicity. Also those who have taken both the dosages world over should be allowed to travel. more
Negativity is one aspect, but one should also be open with facts, when they help knowing the reality, even if negative. Truth surfaces sooner or later, and with greater relevance, the truth remains suppressed. Changing ones opinion in the face of newer facts also necessary also a quality that helps dealing with situation. Continuing saying how well India did last year during the pandemic that engulfed the world, our country included, will help boost morale, but for saving ourselves, active treatments, such as vaccinating people, getting hospitals ready, and so on, more necessary than simply a lockdown. Lockdown good then, as the only option, with vaccine being ready, or infratructure being better prepared now, actively managing covid more necessary now. more
Govt must do lineancy and ease common people living conditions more comfortable. I am sure that more than seventy percent of population are agitating within themselves with the tight control exercise by govt in the pretext of reducing covid! That's ridiculous abd foolish. All media must be advised to drastically reduce their unnecessary campaign and showing only negative effects. Don't confuse people with common seasonal fever and cold as Covid.. more
Let us be frank to accept mistakes done. Union health minister said in early March that we have kept Covid at bay. Governments and also public became casual about Covid protocols, especially gathering in groups - malls, cinemas, parties, weddings, election rallies/meets, temple functions, religious gatherings like Kumbhamela, etc. Even vaccination rollout was extended to all above 18 years without proper consideration of production capacity and availability for domestic market. This casualness has come up with a huge cost to many families and also to livelihood. Economy will also be at the receiving end. more