Tuesday, March 9, 2021

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Pandemic

Only vaccine is not enough

How long will the immunity conferred by the COVID-19 vaccine last? Will the immune response be strong in all persons who receive it?

Homage: A letter to 2020

Have a good last few days 2020. You were truly one of a kind. Take a bow. And yes, we won’t miss you.

Lessons from past epidemics and pandemics that have helped us in battling the COVID-19 pandemic

History tells us that this will end. On a darker note, history also tells us that will not be the last pandemic humanity suffers from.

Spanish flu- 1918 pandemic

The flu took a heavy human toll, wiping out entire families and leaving countless widows and orphans in its wake.

Just random thoughts

All the hues and hoopla's of superiority over everyone with whom we share this planet's common resources is gone with a virus in place.

How to tackle the migrants issue

Why the hurry to ascribe something that the state/government failed at to an individual shame?

Ranchod’s “Ranneeti”: Strategy in times of Covid-19

This article takes an eagle-eye view of the lockdown’s strategy from the "Leela’s" of Lord Krishna.

Monsoon session of Indian Parliament- May our MPs be allowed to work from home!

The whole country wants the two houses decisively address the key issues so that India can come out of the present pandemic, convert the crisis as an opportunity to build strong infrastructure for public health and rejuvenate the economy.

Making a case for the safety of health professionals in India

The least a govt and a society can ensure is, the health workers should have a violence-free environment to work as its absence can be detrimental to patients' interests.

Modi govt vis-a-vis Bengal politics: What can a policy of ‘endless patience’ deliver?

Will the policy of endless patience and unwillingness to take any drastic action help tackling the grave pandemic? Or, would it snatch away all the political capital it has built up in the state over several years?

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