That was some good news that we had hear Delhi
"The Zoom shares are skyrocketing, no doubt!" remarked my 73-year-old father-in-law (FIL) to my mother-in-law (MIL). She spends most of her time these days on the zoom app taking music classes or video conferencing with her younger daughter (my wife), who stays two blocks away, and the elder one in London. The one person who has benefitted the most out of this lock down has been my MIL. A retired teacher from Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan and an established Carnatic vocalist, handling gadgets has never been her cup of tea. The smart phone that she possesses now was bought 5 years ago after going through a vehement pestering from her younger grandson as he wanted one to play PUBG. It was with great difficulty and perseverance, that her two grandsons taught her to use Whatsapp. She had to be told not to use the same force on a smart phone as she was using on her feature phone while pressing the number keys or typing a text. Once, she wanted to Whatsapp my FIL asking him to bring milk and some groceries. However, instead of sending the message to my FIL, she inadvertently sent it to her music teacher. The music teacher promptly called up my MIL asking her if that was all or any thing else was required.
With my MIL under lockdown, she had to discontinue with her Carnatic music classes for her students. So now, she has decided to go online and use the zoom app for taking music classes for her students. Learning to use zoom was a herculean task for my MIL and another massive uphill task for me and my wife. As we were practicing social distancing strictly, none of us had visited my in-laws since the lockdown was enforced. So helping my MIL to download the app in her laptop was only possible remotely using Whatsapp video call. With great difficulty she was able to download the zoom app and register herself. A step by step procedure was written and forwarded to my MIL to open the zoom app and host and join a meeting. Hoping that she had understood the steps, my wife and I were very happy with our pedagogical skills. However, to our dismay, we received a call from my MIL within the next 5 minutes asking as to where the Google Chrome icon was. This was the first step of our instruction, "Double click on the Google Chrome icon". This was just the beginning of the terrifying ordeal we were in for. Having found the Google Chrome icon on her desktop, she promptly double clicked it but not in the quickest of successions. The mouse went "click"................."click". This went on for a few seconds and then came the next obstacle. "Google Chrome is not opening", complained my MIL. I said the clicks have to be in quick succession and not after eternity. "But this is as quick as I can get", prompted my MIL. "Well, then we will have to decipher another way of opening the Google Chrome", I suggested. "There is another button on right of the mouse. Take the cursor on to the Chrome icon and click the right mouse button. Then press Open." I said. "Ok....now it has opened". I and my wife jumped from our seats in joy and gave each other a hi-five. This was the next happiest news after the Chandrayan was successfully launched by ISRO. In the enthusiasm my MIL had opened too many Chrome windows and was confused as to which one was she originally working in. So my wife asked her to close all the windows by clicking on "X" sign on the top right corner of the screen. The only word my MIL heard was "CLOSE" and she shut down the computer without any hesitation. Then when she was asked to open Chrome again, the voice on the other side of the phone said, " Wait... the computer is starting again." We were literally in tears. At each of the stages while we were guiding her through the steps to open the zoom app, assisting her to host a meeting by sending the link to the desired email and making her sit in front of the camera in a way that she was visible, we were at tenterhooks. Every successful event was a cause for celebration. By the end of this exhausting but amazing experience for me and my wife, and for my MIL of course, she learnt the tricks of the trade and successfully conducted a Carnatic music class for her students that evening.
That was some good news that we had heard during the period of lockdown.
Other News Delhi
72-year-old with comorbidities recovers, Lok Nayak director says reason to remain hopeful
Manmohan Singh (72), probably the most established patient to have recuperated from COVID-19 so far in the capital, was released from Lok Nayak Hospital on Tuesday morning. Before he left, Delhi Health Minister Satyendar Jain and emergency clinic staff accumulated on the means to wish him great wellbeing.
Singh was admitted to Lok Nayak Hospital on March 31 with side effects of cold, hack and chest blockage. "He has been experiencing chest blockage for six-seven years at this point, so we didn't presume he had coronavirus. We attempted a couple of home solutions for cold and hack yet futile," said his girl in-law Taranjeet Kaur.
"At the point when we took him to the general doctor, we were advised to complete a COVID-19 test from a private lab in Gurgaon. We decided on the home-testing office. The outcome came out on March 30; it was sure for coronavirus. This came as a stun as none of us have an ongoing travel history. Actually, he used to remain at home even before the lockdown," she said.
Delhi: FIR against guard after three Covid-19 cases in Def Col home
Delhi Police has documented a FIR against a man, utilized as a watchman of a house in south Delhi's Defense Colony, where three individuals tried positive for COVID-19 on April 3, under areas of "careless, and threatening act prone to spread contamination of infection perilous to life" and insubordination.
DCP (South) Atul Kumar Thakur stated, "Since the time the three individuals from the family were hospitalized after they tried positive, the watchman of the house has been missing. We asked and discovered through neighborhood sources that he had visited the Nizamuddin Markaz. A FIR under areas 188, 269 and 270 of the IPC has been enrolled against him."
Police found the watchman to his home in Southeast Delhi's Okhla, and he has been sent to an isolate focus. An official stated, "The convention is to send the individual to isolate for 14 days and afterward question him. Up until now, he has not said anything regarding visiting the Markaz yet province monitors revealed to us that he did. A FIR has been enrolled."
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CORONA, CURE, CARE and CRAZE
Global world has dimensional problems to tackle with. The Third World countries just at near progress, the global virus hits badly. Months passed and still the curable medical implications are awaiting to save the mankind.
The careful messages and suggesting remarks frequently given by our Leaders and Stars seeming funning down on more than 60% of national population. The faculties and facilities these leaders and stars having only in their homes, the maximum population can't meet even after everyday labour and how it look when they don't have even work to do and wages to earn resulted their life and livelihood fallen into misery. It will only look well when they come into ground, donate large sums and when better supervision come from leaders.
Even in this critical situation, these leaders and stars seems nothing to do but still focusing their own publicity
Corona crisis in Rajasthan...
A constable posted in Jaipur Commissionerate also corona infected, first case of state police department
The number of corona-infected people in the capital continues to grow. The figure reached 168 on Thursday night. Meanwhile, there is a bad news for Rajasthan Police. Corona, a police constable posted at Jaipur Police Commissionerate here, has been infected. This is said to be the first case of a policeman in the state being infected with coronavirus.
According to the information, this police constable is posted in the Manak Chouk police station at Badi Chaupar in the North District of Jaipur Police Commissionerate. Ramganj also forms the Corona Zone from this area. From where 120 cases of Jaipur alone have been reported so far. The duty of the police constable was imposed with the medical teams going door-to-door survey recently. He was going to the Corona infected area every day during the survey with medical teams for their safety and cooperation.
Sampling was conducted on 8 April after the police constable complained of a cough. Whose investigation report came late on 9 April. In which the constable was found to be corona infected. After this, other policemen were also investigated there. Immediately the infected soldiers were sent to the isolation ward for treatment. Sanitation work was done there. It is being told that the soldier was staying in the barrack of Manak Chouk police station.