Combating Covid-19 with non-punitive measures - Sindh Courier-3

Combating Covid-19 with non-punitive measures

Assistant Commissioner Qandeel Fatima meets pedestrians, bikers, motorists and other passersby at public places; undertakes door to door visits; distributes safety kits; convinces them for vaccination “People are responding positively. So far 130 people got registered for vaccination,” ۔Ms. Fatima Hyderabad: Taking a step further to create awareness among the masses about the severity of […]

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7000 Health Workers died -World-Day-for-Safety-and-health-at-work

7000 Health Workers died since outbreak of Covid-19

136 million health and social care workers are at risk of contracting COVID-19 through work across the world Many of the 1.6 billion workers, especially in developing countries, have continued working despite lockdowns; ILO calls for resilient occupational safety and health systems for future emergencies  Geneva: Some 7000 Health Workers died since outbreak of Covid-19 […]

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India’s massive COVID surge puzzles scientists

India’s massive COVID surge puzzles scientists

The virus is spreading faster than ever before in India despite previous high infection rates in mega cities, which should have conferred some protection. By Smriti Mallapaty The pandemic is sweeping through India at a pace that has staggered scientists. Daily case numbers have exploded since early March: the government reported 273,810 new infections nationally […]

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