Volunteer groups are spreading the word about getting COVID-19 shots to India's poor and elderly, and ferrying some to vaccination centres in rickshaws and cabs following a surge in infections that killed hundreds of thousands. https://t.co/GLBiX3O4vO
Health officials in Maharashtra, India's richest state, urged authorities to step up preparations against a possible third wave of coronavirus infections, as lockdowns eased less than a month after a surge that killed thousands. @Manasmishra24https://t.co/nUnW7fqYAg
Paytm, Infosys and MakeMyTrip are among around 15 private companies and state agencies seeking approval in India to provide online COVID-19 vaccine bookings, as the country tries to make it easier for its huge population to book shots. with @adityakalrahttps://t.co/5Zwo0Qo7gX
Peloton announced a recall of its treadmills on Wednesday, reversing course just weeks after saying there was “no reason” to stop using the exercise machines despite reports of multiple injuries and the death of a child in an accident.
SC Justice Chandrachud on Citizens airing out concerns on Social Media
"If citizens communicate their grievance on social media and internet then it cannot be said its wrong information"
"we will treat it as a contempt of court if such grievances is considered for action" https://t.co/ilk77x7kcC
Indian @washingtonpost columnist @BDUTT says her father's last words were "I'm choking. Please give me treatment." She tried her best, but he passed away due to Covid. She tells me the ambulance had no oxygen, the cremation ground had no space. Heartbreaking. https://t.co/vdcuQ81O1T