Top Indian scientists join global fight against virus
PANDEMIC Till vaccine emerges, social distancing the only option to control disease: Experts
Quarantines work, but come at a cost
To beat the Covid-19 pandemic, India has imposed a tight curfew on its 1.3 billion people.
Proactive approach helps Saket cope with isolation
FORTRESS The neighbourhood has become cautious with most gates shut and visitors being made to wash hands
Maintaining more than an arm's length new normal
At a pharmacy ina south Delhi colony, customers were standing outside the store with a one-metre distance between each other on Sunday.
India's only F1 track to turn into a quarantine facility
Officials of the Gautam Budh Nagar administration on Sunday decided to use India’s Formula One racing track — the Buddh International Circuit — as a shelter home with quarantine facility for the stranded migrants.
27 Things To Do While In Isolation
Don’t let the virus get you down
Can Your Phone Give You Coronavirus?
Keep it as clean as your hands — and not just during a pandemic
US Corona Cases Top 100,000
Time to act US President Donald Trump considers quarantine for New Yorkers
It's Workout-From-Home For India's Cricket Stars
Break time Among the most overworked sportspeople in the world, this has given them chance to breathe and train
Has Covid-19 Entered Stage 3? Experts, Government Disagree
Outbreak Authorities race to figure out how people with no contact were infected as experts warn of the third stage
Hospitals Will Separate Mild, Critical Patients
Distance Central guidelines divide govt hospitals into three zones: two for Covid and one for the rest
1000 Cases: Thousands On Streets
Sharpest spike so far 135 fresh cases, including eight in the Capital; govt Says response to the crisis was proactive’
Things Have Changed In Germany After Increasing Deaths In Europe
With all sporting events suspended, and most training centres and national camps shut, what are athletes doing with their forced leisure time?
In Hard Times, Mind Coaches Get Busy
Good advice In lockdown mode with all competitions and training cancelled, some of India’s elite athletes are calling up their mental conditioning coaches to keep negative thoughts from creeping in
Police, Civilians Come Out To Feed Hungry In Capital
NEW DELHI: “Please help us,” said the voice on the other end when a policeman at north Delhi’s Inderpuri police post picked up a call at 9.30am Thursday.
Over 1,160 Who Came In Contact With Doctor Asked To Quarantine
Mohalla clinic Most are patients who visited the Maujpur neighbourhood clinic between March 12 and 18
Out Of Quarantine, Neet Shares Her 'Scary' Experience
A fun trip to Australia A turned into a scary experience for singer Neeti Mohan Pandya and her family due to the coronavirus crisis.
Borders Shut, Migrant Workers Look For Refuge In Shelter Homes
Stranded with transport suspended, labourers can neither return home, nor pay for food or shelter
Delhiites Rush To Buy Essential Items, Queue Up Outside Shops
NEW DELHI: It took Ravi Kumar, a resident of Mayur Vihar Extension in east Delhi, two hours to buy groceries at a retail store in the neighbourhood on Wednesday. The long wait was not due to the crowd but due to the safety and social distancing measures being taken by store in-charges in view of the Covid-19 outbreak.
Supply Chain Hit, Medicines Might Run Out: Pharmacies
NEW DELHI: Small pharmacies in the city may soon run out of medicines and other essential medical supplies, say drug distributors in Delhi, who are unable to maintain a continuous supply chain since the lockdown has been imposed in phases since Sunday. Despite the government saying that people working in essential sectors will be allowed to travel, staff from warehouses and stores have not been able to reach their workplace.
Facing The Virus Of Hate
A midst the coronavirus scare, we see prejudice rearing its ugly head once again.
Service To Mankind In The Time Of Corona Lockdown
Covid-19 pandemic has e affected everyone, but acts of kindness are winning over this crisis. Even with limited ration in their homes, during the countrywide lockdown, people are trying their best to feed the less privileged in their localities, while ensuring all necessary precautions.
Virus torments US, Europe as global case count crosses 400k
NO RESPITE Italy records /43 deaths, Spain 914 in just 24 hours; US registers stunning one-day rise in cases by 10,000 as global Covid-19 figures race past another grim milestone
QUARANTINE LIFE SEES A SURGE IN ONLINE GAMING
In the wake of the corona virus pandemic, number of games played and hours spent online has shot up
OTT TO THE RESCUE
As most of us are self-quarantining due to the coronavirus outbreak, digital shows and Oni platforms have turned to be our sole entertainers
Key service providers allege harassment by neighbours
COVID-19 HEROES Union home minister Amit Shah orders police to act against people harassing doctors and nurses; Delhi CM Kejriwal urges citizens not to ostracise those giving essential services
Govt's Plan B to keep working during lockdown
NEW DELHI: It was an office memorandum with an innocuous title: “Preventive measures to contain the spread of Covid-19”’.
Doctors recount challenges
ITALIANS DISCHARGED Hospital Staff says that they had to ensure the right treatment, make sure no one else got infected and also keep the patients in good spirit
Chaos at borders as both official's, citizens fail to adjust to lockdown
TRAVEL CURBS On Day 1, several people not in essential services flocked check points, while police refused entry to many who had genuine reasons to enter or leave the Capital
Don't abandon pets over virus scare, say celebs
After erroneous posters by Mumbai’s civic authorities urged people to avoid contact with wild, farm and pet animals to stem the spread of Covid-19, many abandoned their pets.