The deadly disease has sickened former coronavirus patients across the country. Doctors believe that hospitals desperate to keep Covid patients alive made choices that left them vulnerable.
Category: Ahmedabad (India)
In WhatsApp chats, video calls, Facebook groups and forums, a global community has scrambled to save, and sometimes mourn, Covid-stricken loved ones.
The Indian Premier League is criticized for creating a “bio-bubble” for players while ordinary Indians struggle to find hospital beds and 3,000 people die each day from the coronavirus.
Fatalities have been overlooked or downplayed, understating the human toll of the country’s outbreak, which accounts for nearly half of all new cases in a global surge.
Plans to demolish part of a Kahn project at the Indian Institute of Management in Ahmedabad are drawing objections from preservationists, like the World Monuments Fund.