With fewer than 1,200 cases and 30 deaths reported nationwide, India still figures low in the global coronavirus chart but preparations to face the worst onslaught, likely during April-May, are proving strenuous.
March 2020 has been another challenging month for humankind, who is collectively battling the coronavirus that is causing COVID-19. This illness emerged as an outbreak in Wuhan, then became an epidemic that challenged China, and now is a pandemic that has crossed international boundaries and is affecting 199 countries and territories around the world. As of Saturday afternoon, the total number of reported coronavirus cases were 614,063.
As anticipated, the Covid-19 pandemic has considerable impact on the Indian housing sector. Residential sales saw a 42% y-o-y drop in the first quarter of 2020, reveals the latest data by Anarock property consultants.
I dislike watching the news so much now. Much as it’s important to know what is going on in the world but the fear arising from the coronavirus seems to have got out of control and it seems to be worse than the virus itself.
The spectacular failure of the Trump administration to assert positive US leadership in the global fight against the coronavirus has followed years of US decline in international affairs.
Large parts of India are under lockdown to break the chain of transmission of the Coronavirus which has already made its appearance in more than half the states.
The United Arab Emirates, Kuwait and Qatar have wisely sent aid to Iran, this region’s coronavirus hub. ‘Wisely’ is the operative word because urgent action is essential for the health of these countries and the globe.