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Covid is in pretty much control in MP now, positivity rate in my home town is below 5% now earlier it used to be 15-20% also deaths are decreased (actual as per local news reports). It might be due to curfew in MP for more than a month now.
 

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Covid is in pretty much control in MP now, positivity rate in my home town is below 5% now earlier it used to be 15-20% also deaths are decreased (actual as per local news reports). It might be due to curfew in MP for more than a month now.
And partially due to gold plating of Covid data.In north especially in rural areas lot of people are having Covid like symptoms but they are self treating or dying without any treatment.This data will never be captured by any govt.
 

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And partially due to gold plating of Covid data.In north especially in rural areas lot of people are having Covid like symptoms but they are self treating or dying without any treatment.This data will never be captured by any govt.
I know that fake data I already said as per local newspapers and I am judging on bases of decrease in death in the crematorium.
 

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“Nobody is understanding the challenges of supplying oxygen to a nation that is at war”

Quartz spoke to Siddharth Jain, director of INOX Air Products, the largest manufacturer of liquid oxygen in India, to understand the perspective of the producers. Jain believes that it is wrong to put the onus on oxygen makers as they are doing their best. “We are trying, nobody is understanding the logistical challenges in supplying oxygen to a nation that is at war simultaneously in 30 states. It’s a Herculean task,” he said.

Do you think India could not have anticipated this spike in Covid-19 cases and no preparation would have been enough?
Absolutely… Why cases spike in this manner is beyond me. I don’t think any country would have been prepared for this kind of acceleration (in Covid-19 cases), which is currently the world’s highest.
All I can say is from an infrastructure perspective, we are scaling up. India has increased its oxygen manufacturing capacity by 30% within a month. This is unfathomable. I don’t think it has happened globally. It’s a world record in itself. The effort has been so enormous, however, increasing the capacity of manufacturing is not the same as getting it to the patient.
 

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Why nobody is talking about the general public, some blame needs to be taken by us also for not following the covid appropriate behaviour
You are kidding. Right? Netas were shamelessly bloating about beating the virus. Some even announced to not wear mask. Perception among public was. We have beaten the virus.
 

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You are kidding. Right? Netas were shamelessly bloating about beating the virus. Some even announced to not wear mask. Perception among public was. We have beaten the virus.
No I am not and this can't be opportunity of kidding. Netas are id*ots but are we also. Atleast educated people should have behaved and followed the guidelines.
 
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