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“Labour exodus is triggering rise in Covid cases”

Is India’s fight with coronavirus weakening? In terms of active cases, the country  has entered among the top ten nations, though the recovery rate is good. APN’s popular debate Mudda discussed the issue with medical experts including Dr Yash Gulati from Apollo Hospital, Delhi.

“Testing must increase to prevent fast spread”

Coronavirus cases have gone beyond one lakh in the country. Testing for coronavirus patients is still far from the desired level. APN’s popular debate Mudda.

“Lockdown should be opened gradually”

The lockdown has been extended till May 31. Lockdown 4 Guidelines include a few relaxations, and the delineation of red, green and orange zones are to be decided by the respective state governments and union territories. APN’s popular debate Mudda.

“Covid-19 knowledge is still evolving”

When will the vaccine for Coronavirus be ready? The US, Italy and Israel have claimed that they are near to achieving a breakthrough. Research is on in India to make the vaccine as well. APN’s popular debate Mudda

“Train passengers will have to behave responsibly”

Indian Railways has announced that it would resume 15 premium passenger trains, starting May 12, after 51 days of suspension since March 22. But how will social distancing be followed on the trains?

“Contact tracing will become a part of life”

Over 46,000 people have been affected by Covid-19 in the country. APN’s popular debate Mudda discussed the issue. Anchorperson Neha Dubey

“Migrants’ movement has been politicized”

Controversy over the Railways charging train fare from stranded migrants has triggered a political slugfest. The Congress has announced that it will pay for the travel of the migrants. The government claims no fare will be charged from them. APN’s popular debate Mudda

“Economic activities must start gradually”

Prime Minister Narendra Modi has been in talks with state chief ministers, through video conferencing, to discuss lockdown exit strategies. APN’s popular debate Mudda...

“Precautionary measures must be strictly followed”

Coronavirus Positive patients have been going up all over the world. WHO chief Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus has said that the worst is yet to come. Nearly 80 percent of the infections are mild or asymptomatic, and that’s proving to be a big challenge.

“Random testing needs to go up”

India’s Coronavirus Positive patients have gone beyond 17,000. Lockdown in some areas is relaxed from Monday. Will that lead to a spike in the Corona Positive figures? APN’s popular debate Mudda discussed the issue. Anchorperson Neha Dubey

Mudda: “Let’s not take offence of Trump ‘retaliation’ remark”

Over 4,000 Covid-19 cases have been reported in the country and nearly 400 in the past 24 hours. The biggest issue is of treatment.

“Senior leaders should think before making provocative remarks”

Infighting between the Congress leaders over the rout in Delhi is triggering bitter feuds. After Milind Deora praised Kejriwal government, Ajay Maken hit out at him, in a tweet, and said he should leave the party if he wishes to, but shouldn't “propagate half-baked facts”.

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Covid-19: India records 2,17,353 cases, highest single-day spike since pandemic begin

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