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Final year exams cancelled, announces Maharashtra CM Uddhav Thackeray
Calming nerves of lakhs of students in the state, chief minister Uddhav Thackeray on Sunday clarified that universities in Maharashtra will not be holding any exams for those who are currently in the final year and will promote them based on their past performance.
In his address to the state late on Sunday evening, Thackeray announced that with lockdown extended till June 30, the state will have no choice but to promote final-year students based on their performance of the previous semester and academic year. Details of this decision, however, are yet to be clarified by the state education department as well as universities.
“Final-year results will be announced on the basis of aggregate marks scored by the student in the past semesters. Those students who feel they can perform better can do so by appearing for the exams that will be held in winter exam session [October-November 2020],” said Thackeray, in his speech on Sunday.
This decision comes barely a day after Thackeray held a meeting with the state governor and chancellor of all state universities Bhagat Singh Koshyari, education minister and vice-chancellors of all state universities with the hope to find a solution to the problem of pending final-year examination. State minister for higher and technical education Uday Samant, in a separate online post, clarified that the state’s decision is clear and the same will be explained in detail to universities as well as students soon.
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Hello everyone this is the first time I'm going to write a blog, you guys really don't know how excited I am. So please wish me luck and hope this journey will give me many new experiences.
How to Write Blog Posts That Drive Traffic From Day One
1. Identify a topic your audience actually cares about
Your very first step will be to figure out what your audience wants to read…not just what YOU want to write about.
Writing GREAT content starts with what your audience wants to read...not what YOU want to write about.
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This is absolutely the foundation of writing blog posts that will drive traffic, and that will eventually make money. (link make money to How To Make Money From Your Blog Part I) If you carry out all the other steps in this post perfectly – but don’t write something your audience cares about – you’re doomed to fail.
Google’s Keyword Planner can help you find popular topics to write about
Finding popular and relevant topics takes some detective work, but is well worth the effort. The process will involve looking at a variety of sources to find topics, questions, and issues that your target audience is already talking about.
Some of the ways you can find what your audience cares about:
Using keyword research tools: Using tools like the Google Keyword Planner (pictured above) and Wordstream’s Free Keyword Tool, plug in general themes you think your audience would be interested in. Look for phrases that seem to be relatively popular (but not TOO popular; these will be harder to rank for), and that you know you could write a great post about.
Survey your audience: Survey your audience using Facebook surveys or a tool like SurveyMonkey to see what they really want to learn about.
Look at your analytics: Your website and social media analytics can be powerful tools for figuring out what’s worked with your audience in the past. Consult your analytics to see which posts have gotten the most likes, shares, and traffic, and find related topics you can write about.
Listen in on relevant conversations: Using a tool like Hootsuite, track social media mentions of words and phrases related to your business or industry. You can also join industry Facebook or LinkedIn groups, or online forums to see what topics come up regularly.
Listen to what your audience has already told you: Look through your emails, blog comments and social media mentions to find questions or problems your audience has already asked about.
Use Buzzsumo to see which topics have already done well: This is one of my all time favorite tools! Buzzsumo lets you search for a topic, and then shows you the web’s most popular articles on that topic. This will give you an idea of what people really want to know about and what they are sharing! Use what you’ve learned to inspire new topic ideas.
Buzzsumo lets you search for a topic, and then shows you the web’s most popular articles on that topic.
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Note: If you’re currently writing your very FIRST blog post, you’ll need to take a slightly different approach. But for every post after that, you can use the strategy outlined in this post!
2. Niche down
This is a great tip, both for determining the topic of a new blog and for writing new blog posts.
Once you’ve found a great topic you want to cover, ask yourself this VERY important question:
Has this topic already been covered a thousand times before?
If the answer is yes, I highly recommend “niche'ing down”. What does this mean? It means narrowing down the topic even more to cover subtopics or angles that no one else is writing about.
For instance, let’s say I figured out that my audience really wants to know more about how to train a puppy. My keyword research showed me that “dog training” and “puppy training” are both highly competitive phrases, meaning it would be nearly impossible for me to rank for those terms in Google.
Dig down to find specific topics you can write about that haven’t been covered a thousand times before
However, I also found some other, longer phrases that don’t seem to be quite as popular, but that also don’t seem to be quite as competitive; for instance, “crate training a puppy” and how to potty train your dog”. I call this low hanging fruit that is just waiting to be swooped up!
Pro tip: Before you decide on a topic you’re going to write about, I’d also encourage you to type it into Google and see what comes up. If the top results are all big-name sites (e.g., PetSmart, Ceasearsway, etc.) you’ll probably want to choose another niche topic that’s being covered only by smaller blogs.
Make a list with a variety of subtopics you can cover in your post, and then move on to #3.
3. Include all the subtopics you’ve written down
Now that’s you’ve come up with a specific topic and subtopics, it’s time to actually write your blog post. However, it’s vital that you cover the topic in sufficient detail so both Google and your readers find value in your post.
Gone are the days of writing a very general, 400-word post and attracting traffic with it! The trend now is to write much longer, more comprehensive posts that cover all angles of your topic.
Gone are the days of writing a very general, 400-word post and attracting traffic with it!
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For instance, if I were writing about “how to potty train your dog”, I’d want to come up with a variety of subtopics to cover in my post. These could be “The most common strategies you can use for potty training”, “The most effective method you should use”, and “The best age to start potty training a puppy”.
This post does a great job of covering subtopics related to dog training, and uses subheadings to break the post into easy-to-read sections
Put yourself in the minds of your readers: What topics and sub-topics will they want to know about? What burning questions are they likely to have? Once you’ve answered one question, what other questions will naturally follow that one?
Generally speaking, in-depth posts will tend to rank better in Google. Research seems to indicate that 1,500 words should be your minimum length if you want your post to rank in the search engines. Some experts recommend shooting for 2,000-3,000 words. Be sure to test out a variety of lengths to see what works best with your audience and in your niche!
Test a variety of blog lengths to see what works best with your audience and in your niche!
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4. Use keywords in strategic locations in your post
While the precise use of keywords isn’t quite as important as it used to be (Google has gotten REALLY good at figuring out what posts are about!), you still want to make sure you’re using them in your post.
The Yoast SEO plugin will help ensure you use your keywords appropriately
Try to use them in your:
Page URL: yoursite.com/your-keywords-here
Headings and subheadings
In the caption and alt image tag of your images (where appropriate)
Throughout your content
If you want to make sure you’re using your keywords appropriately, use an SEO plugin like Yoast SEO (you’ll need to have a WordPress blog for this). It will help ensure you’re using your keywords in important areas of your post.
5. Take advantage of internal linking
Internal linking is one of the most important things you can do to rank in the search engines – and yet many bloggers completely forget to do it.
Internal linking is simply including links to other pages and posts on your own site. For instance, if I’m writing a post about how to use social media for your business, I might link to my other posts on my favorite social media tools or the best ways to use Twitter for marketing.
This strategy is not only great for keeping visitors on your site longer, but it boosts the ranking of those posts and pages in the search engines.
So…once you’ve written your post, think about which other posts on your site would be helpful for your readers and include links to those posts.
Link other related content in your blog post to give you a boost in the search engines.
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You’ll also want to go to other posts on your site and link back to the NEW post you’ve just written. This will help your visitors find your new post, and will also give your post a boost in the search engines!
6. Promote your post to your audience
This step is critical!
Writing and publishing your post will NEVER be enough. People who are subscribed to your blog may visit the post, but that’s about it.
Every time you publish a post, have a plan for how you’re going to promote it to your audience. There is no use in publishing content without a plan to amplify it.
There is no use in publishing content without a plan to amplify it.
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There are a number of ways you can do this:
Post a link on social media
Promote it to your email list
Pay to promote it via social ads
Share it in industry groups (if you’re allowed, of course)
If you mention certain people in your post, let them know. They may share your post with their audience!
Send your post to past clients or customers who you think would be interested. Just do this very carefully or you could be accused of spamming.
Mention or tag relevant people when you share the link on social media
This is the step that will start driving traffic to your post from day one, so it’s SUPER important that you’re intentional about it.
I share (and re-share) all my blog posts on all of my social media channels
As your post gets read by more people, it will start to get shared and linked to. And as your post gets shared and linked to, it will reach even MORE people. These links and shares will also seriously boost your search engine rankings, which means even MORE traffic in the long-term.
This means your post can start driving traffic NOW, but will continue to drive traffic for months or even YEARS to come – not bad for one little blog post!
Are you at the beginning of your blogging journey, and aren’t sure where to start? I’ve compiled some resources just for you!
Writing a blog post is a little like driving; you can study the highway code (or read articles telling you how to write a blog post) for months, but nothing can prepare you for the real thing like getting behind the wheel and hitting the open road. Or something.
How to write a blog post student driving
“Wait for it… wait for it… BASS DROP.”
Now that I’m done thoroughly mangling that vague metaphor, let’s get down to business. You know you need to start blogging to grow your business, but you don’t know how. In this post, I’ll show you how to write a great blog post in five simple steps that people will actually want to read. Ready? Let’s get started.
How to Write a Blog Post in Five Easy Steps [Summary]:
Step 1: Plan your blog post by choosing a topic, creating an outline, conducting research, and checking facts.
Step 2: Craft a headline that is both informative and will capture readers’ attentions.
Step 3: Write your post, either writing a draft in a single session or gradually word on parts of it.
Step 4: Use images to enhance your post, improve its flow, add humor, and explain complex topics.
Step 5: Edit your blog post. Make sure to avoid repetition, read your post aloud to check its flow, have someone else read it and provide feedback, keep sentences and paragraphs short, don’t be a perfectionist, don’t be afraid to cut out text or adapt your writing last minute.
Now let's review each step in more detail.
How to Write a Blog Post, Step 1: Planning
First, a disclaimer – the entire process of writing a blog post often takes more than a couple of hours, even if you can type eighty words per minute and your writing skills are sharp. From the seed of the idea to finally hitting “Publish,” you might spend several days or maybe even a week “writing” a blog post, but it’s important to spend those vital hours planning your post and even thinking about your post (yes, thinking counts as working if you’re a blogger) before you actually write it.
How to write a blog post planning stage
Does your blog post have enough circles and crosses?
Long before you sit down to put digital pen to paper, you need to make sure you have everything you need to sit down and write. Many new bloggers overlook the planning process, and while you might be able to get away with skipping the planning stage, doing your homework will actually save you time further down the road and help you develop good blogging habits.
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Choose a Topic That Interests YOU
There’s an old maxim that states, “No fun for the writer, no fun for the reader.” No matter what industry you’re working in, as a blogger, you should live and die by this statement.
Before you do any of the following steps, be sure to pick a topic that actually interests you. Nothing – and I mean NOTHING – will kill a blog post more effectively than a lack of enthusiasm from the writer. You can tell when a writer is bored by their subject, and it’s so cringe-worthy it’s a little embarrassing.
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Don't go there.
I can hear your objections already. “But Dan, I have to blog for a cardboard box manufacturing company.” I feel your pain, I really do. During the course of my career, I’ve written content for dozens of clients in some less-than-thrilling industries (such as financial regulatory compliance and corporate housing), but the hallmark of a professional blogger is the ability to write well about any topic, no matter how dry it may be. Blogging is a lot easier, however, if you can muster at least a little enthusiasm for the topic at hand.
You also need to be able to accept that not every post is going to get your motor running. Some posts will feel like a chore, but if you have editorial control over what you write about, then choose topics you’d want to read – even if they relate to niche industries. The more excited you can be about your topic, the more excited your readers will be when they’re reading it.
If you're really desperate for inspiration, check out our list of eight blog topic generators to get you going.
Write an Outline For Your Post
Great blog posts don’t just happen. Even the best bloggers need a rough idea to keep them on-track. This is where outlines come in.
An outline doesn’t need to be lengthy, or even detailed – it’s just a rough guide to make sure you don’t ramble on and on about something tangential to your topic.
For example, this is the outline for this post that I sent to my editor before getting to work:
[Quick summary explaining what the blog post will cover]
Harshvardhan Shahi: An inspiration for many youngsters and pioneer in food blogging .
With a thought of ‘Think Global Act Local, Harshvardhan Shahi saw a dream that has been inspiring the youth around since years, here at Aurangabad in Maharashtra. Double graduated from Aurangabad, Harshvardhan started exploring his writing skills working as a freelancer reporter and photographer and was eager to start something he dreamed about always.
His interest in food encouraged him to be a food blogger and he started his Instagram page ‘Aurangabad Food Explorer.’ His friends and relatives used to laugh at him when he used to take photographs of various food items wherever he used to go. He started posting those photos with its review and people started liking it.
He was opposed many a times by hotel managers, restaurant and café owners and was criticized by many that what a foolish business is this!
Harshvardhan was very clear about his work that in fact was his passion. He went on and on and at present he has more than fifty thousand followers with a large fan following. Harshvardhan Shahi passionately tells this food story to the world at large through his multiple ventures.
Further he started digital marketing for hotels, restaurants and cafes as well as other food services through his page and became the first entrepreneur to start such kind of business here.
The food joint owners, who used to oppose him from taking various photographs of foods, started requesting him to take pictures and post on his page as they knew the response would definitely grow their business.
This turn was not sufficient as his dreams are always high. He started a production house called ‘Limelight Creations’ and started undertaking photography assignments of various events. His honesty, soft spoken and polite behavior and quality work flourished his business. He has produced short films, dance videos and a music video that has received millions of views.
His journey is ever achieving new heights. He also the youngest TEDx Speaker in Marathwada region. His story, his work and his achievements reflect his struggle, hard work, honesty and integrity.
He has recently received the prestigious ‘Karamveer Chakra Award 2019’ for his outstanding work. Also he has been awarded with ‘Excellence in Youth Leadership’ Award by YIN Sakal Group, Best Food Page of the City Award by Lokmat Times, Excellence of Digital Marketing of Food Category by MY FM 94.3 and Entrepreneur Excellence Award 2019 for Social Media Marketing of Food Category by MY FM 94.3.
There is much to share and get inspired by Harshvardhan, let’s wait for a second episode!
From a dropout to an eminent Fitness Entrepreneur, Gaurav Pawar has redefined success by introducing a brand of his own named 'It's All About Journey'.
It's all about journey, the fitness-centric firm is founded by Gaurav Pawar; who was once a dropout from Engineering who made his way to becoming a successful Entrepreneur. "I always had wanted to change the lives of people, and there could be no other better tool than Fitness and Wellbeing to do that", he said.
It all started when a boy from a well off family belonging from suburbs of Aurangabad, Maharashtra tried to break the walls that he had built for himself. Like most of the scholars the time has seen, Gaurav was admitted in B.E after successfully completing his 12th grade. It was in his second year of Engineering in February 2016 that he stepped into a gym for the first time ever and started working out, and he hasn't looked back since. He felt a strong desire to learn more about Fitness and Nutrition, and pursue his career in it.
This incident urged him to make the boldest decision of his life; which was to quit the study of Engineering. He faced stiff resistance from his family for the same. His parents refused to sponsor his certification in Fitness and Nutrition; owing to which Gaurav had to start working at an early age to make savings. He soon flew the coop to his new accommodation in Pune, Maharashtra. His passion for learning never made him realize the hardship of leaving his parents. He worked at a Gym in Pune, Maharashtra for a considerable amount of time to be able to pay his course fees. Later after that, he successfully completed certification in Personal Training and Nutrition from K11 School of Fitness Sciences from June 2018 batch.
Amid all this, Gaurav had faced a lot of criticism from people who looked down upon at the Profession of Fitness and Nutrition. With the best of what he had learnt so far and a hint of his own innovation, Gaurav created the masterpiece program named Manifestation 21. It first came into the picture on 9th April 2019. It took one visionary man to start this company; and over two years, It's all about journey has seen tremendous growth in terms of revenue generated, a reputation earned, and the number of followers on various social media platforms. Business development, Social media, Sales, HR, Physical training, Nutrition, and Mindset training are few of several departments that work for his company today. Fifteen brilliant minds are contributing to the growth of this company, night and day. The company has offered employment to numerous young professionals. It surely has set an enormous example in front of people that a passionate individual can find success in any profession.
It's all about journey, has been working successfully in delivering fitness to all kinds of people, with various body types and health conditions; who belong to several age groups, by educating them about fitness and wellbeing; Workout, Nutrition, and Mindset training playing a pivotal role in this. With the revolutionary fitness programs like Manifestation 21, Post M21 and Affirmation 90, the company has changed lives of over more than three hundred people in the past two years in India and across the globe. 'One day, Fitness and Nutrition will be one of the most sought after career in India.' is the objective that makes Gaurav shove the path for other upcoming professionals.
Social responsibility is something that has been taken utmost care of by It's all about journey. The company makes donations to contribute towards saving the lives of animals (names maintained confidential). Gaurav looks forward to changing more lives in future in the best of the way he can.
Actor, producer Amol Ghodke extends help to underprivileged and orphan kids during COVID-19 pandemic
COVID-19 pandemic which has caused people loose their hopes and courage in this difficult situation, Amol Ghodke has extended his helping hands for the underprivileged kids. Survival has been too difficult for many. Many kids sleep empty stomach during this difficult situation.
In an orphanage located in bhugaon, Pune, Amol distributed food, masks, sanitizers and all the basic items of daily needs.
In bhugaon, there is an orphanage and an ashram for blind and orphan kids. When smita patil, from this orphanage contacted Amol Ghodke and his team and informed the situation of the kids due to the Corona pandemic, Amol was so touched that he immediately decided to extend his help and then contacted his team to get all the basic items. He himself was monitoring in detail and made sure all the requirements get fulfil.
During a conversation with Amol Ghodke, he said, “I have seen lots of ups and downs in my childhood and knew how it feels to be in such a situation. I got so emotional and touched after talking to the kids that i would like to thank God for making me capable and being able to help my lovely children. These kids are differently abled, they just need encouragement and a little support for the society. During this Corona situation most of the NGOs has exhausted their funds, I would highly encourage people to come forward and help out."
Amol is a very ground to earth person. He believes in simplicity. In past he has helped many orphanages and old age homes. He usually celebrates his birthdays with underprivileged kids. In past he had also ran a campaign for cloths and daily needs item donation for the needy people.
Amol Ghodke is basically from Jalna, he came to Pune for his education and developed his interest for acting and Marathi movie industry. He is also very popular on Instagram and is spotted various times with renowned actors and actresses. He has even been part of many marathi movies and has also produced several marathi websites and movies.
In the Corona War, Russia has overtaken the rest of the world. The world's first corona virus vaccine has been approved. The announcement was made by Russian President Vladimir Putin on Tuesday. He said that the first Covid-19 vaccine made in Russia has been approved by the Ministry of Health. Putin told his daughters that he had been vaccinated. A new vaccine against the new corona virus was reported in the world this morning. He thanked everyone who worked on the vaccine. This vaccine has passed all the important tests. The vaccine will now be sent for mass production. Russian President Vladimir Putin has given his daughter a dose of the vaccine. They are both in good health and have not suffered any side effects. According to Russian Health Minister Mikhail Murashko, vaccination of health workers will begin this month. In Russia, health workers will be the first to be vaccinated against coronavirus. After this the senior citizens will be given this vaccine.
Russia has said it will supply vaccines around the world, but many countries are still hesitant. The World Health Organization, along with Western countries, has also expressed concern. It would not be appropriate to supply vaccines without adequate data. The United Kingdom has made it clear that it will not give Russian vaccines to its citizens. In such cases, the vaccine may not be sent to other countries at an early stage. Other countries can decide what effect the vaccine has on Russia's general population. Researchers have vaccinated themselves. The vaccine was developed by the Gamleya Research Institute in Moscow on an adenovirus basis. The researchers claim that the particles used in this vaccine cannot replicate themselves. Many people involved in research and production have given themselves the dose of this vaccine. Some people develop a fever after a dose, but they are advised to use paracetamol.Russia's 'haste' to launch anti-vaccine vaccine in Russia did not sit well with the world. The vaccine will be given to citizens from this week, but there is opposition to it. The local association of multinational pharma companies has warned that allowing civilian use of the vaccine without completing clinical trials could be a dangerous move. In a letter to Health Minister Mikhail Murashko, the Clinical Trials Organization Association said that less than 100 people had been given the dose so far. Therefore, its use in large quantities can be dangerous.
Go Corona Go
But are we letting it go!
The huge outbreak of virus named (covid-19) put an end to the normal life of people. The situation all over the world led to decline of economic growth. India being affected by the same, saw the peak in cases and then continued to declined followed by steep increase in cases from last few weeks. The ICMR DG listed three main reasons for the higher transmissibility of covid-19 laxity, covid inappropriate behaviour and various unidentified mutation. The question arises as who is to be blamed for the present condition of our country where everyone is fighting against the battle of corona virus.
The government and it's people both are simultaneously responsible for this severe condition. Blames elsewise will create nothing but an unnecessary misery and loss to the country and it's citizens as a whole. The blame game encourages states to manipulate data including finding ways to underreport Covid-19 infections and deaths.
Well starting with the events which took place in the past one year and are still taking place in this pandemic currently which is shocking and dreadful. For example, Farmer's protest, Anti CAA stir, Ground breaking ceremony of ram mandir, Ayodhya; all these events are equally responsible for the wide-ranging number of corona virus cases. Recently we heard about the massive gatherings of devotees at kumbh mela in UP, where the government and people both were negligent on their sides. Proper rules and procedures should have been implemented by government and duely followed by people in general. Measures like time slots should have been provided to people to perform their respective ceremonies, restrictions imposed on the people for dipping into the holy river, temperature checked before giving entry into the mela, only limited number of devotees allowed with social distancing and proper preacautions must have been followed but nothing of that sort come off.
With recent weeks seeing elections in four states, respective parties held densely packed rallies where wearing masks was a rarity.
Between all this increasing number of covid-19 cases the lockdown set of the most popular and powerful way to keep up with safety and leading to reduce the number of cases increasing in our country. Lockdown had adverse effects such as
Lots of people lost their jobs, middle man with everyday earning livelihood and the daily wage workers suffered high amount of loss, the shop owners, vendors (except essential item provider) and private job officials were forced to sit at home. The effects of lockdown on disease cannot and should not be looked at in isolation. They are interlink with its political and humanitarian effects, including unemployment, hunger, an unprecedented migrant worker crisis, and widespread loss of access to healthcare. These crises would have been averted or lessened with planning, but they are now an essential part of India’s lockdown story.
So When we model the national data in aggregate, we find both reduction in transmission and localisation of the disease have had an impact, testing the people from worldwide causes India to impose lockdown to reduce the number of covid-19 cases. The main criticism is that lockdown was a blunt instrument, poorly planned and implemented. This led to a lot of unnecessary misery which continues today . It also perhaps took attention away from other more sustainable strategies for disease control such as ramped up testing and tracing.
The vaccine shortage that is being talked about by many states, including Maharashtra, is a real problem. Many vaccination centres in the state had been temporarily shut because of the lack of vaccine availability. This will have severe repercussions, also giving the high number of new infections in the state.
Doctors and numbers of people are selling covid vaccines and oxygen cylinders in black even at this crucial time. The high demand and shortage of the same causing death of the patients who are paying heavy cost to save their lives.
While India has always been a significant exporter of vaccines, doing so at the cost of its own people was always bound to have serious consequences. This is one of the likely reasons that we are facing shortage. At the same time, Vaccines were not distributed evenly in maharashtra as being the most densely populated state, it has got the less shares of vaccines than the other states. Nonetheless Central Government has made decision for equal distribution of vaccines to respective states. In view of a sudden spike in demand due to the surge in covid-19 cases, India banned the export of injection remdesivir and Remdesivir Active Pharmaceutical Ingredients (API) till the situation improves. The Central will allow the states to give vaccines to the people above 18 years of age from 1st of may. It quickly became apparent that to end this global crisis we don’t just need COVID-19 vaccines, we also need to ensure that everyone has access to them.
Maharashtra remains one of the worst affected states hit by the pandemic and in contrast, the government comes up with some effective strategies like in order to limit vehicular traffic on Mumbai roads and to allow vehicles related to essential services with more ease, the Mumbai Police has decided to implement a colour code to vehicles in the city amid Covid-19 restrictions. Along with this restrictive timing has been alloted to vendors to open their shops. New rules are prattling which says that only vaccinated shop vendors will be allowed to open their shops, companies have appointed tokens for vaccinating their respective workers, weekend lockdowns were imposed all over the states and in shortage of beds and space in hospitals, the temples have been converted into isolation or quarantine centres. The government steps up to tackle migrant crisis, labour ministry takes cognizance of migrants' movement and has set up 20 control rooms to address their grievances. The mistake made by the government was that it didn't implement all such protocols prior when rage was seen in cities like Pune, Amravati, etc. The central government being the highest authority should have taken such strong measures before and should not have shown this laxity towards nation's safety.
Scam related to negative reports got viral where people indulge in fake and negative reports just for traveling from one state to another. Even some doctors and laboratories are providing these fake negative reports. It has become more likely a buisness to earn money whereas on contrary, there are doctors who are very serious and devoted towards their profession and work day and night to save life of people. Rich people are visiting tourist places during such outbreak and going for small tours even when government is requesting everyone to step out only if it's necessary. This is showing the superiority and enablity of luxury affecting others in coming time. We need to learn from other countries who have effectively combat the disease and is successfully being corona free. What they teaches us is that proactive testing and tracing, along with the mass production, distribution and promotion of face masks and sanitizers are essential measures besides social distancing.
The government and citizens should get aligned in order to fight against covid-19 pandemic and dispute between the parties should be kept aside for a while. Our prime concern and sole objective is to prevent the spread of the virus, a full lockdown seems to be an effective solution but it has significant economic consequences as most commercial activity comes to a halt. There are few things which we can do like giving financial help in the form of money, groceries, donating medical equipments over the counter medicines to the people who lost their livelihood and are living in bankruptcy. We can amplify the needs through social media by helping them find medicines and oxygen cylinders. Also we can help others by being plasma donors, if recently recovered from covid-19 and by advising them to not panic and get themselves tested and vaccinated in time to prevent the spread of disease and should strictly follow the guidelines given by government in order to protect themselves and the people who are getting in contact to them. Remember, you are beautiful but wear a mask all the time. You are free spirited but stay at home. The second wave of covid-19 and lockdown has frustrated us but all this is happening because of our negligence and recklessness so let's get serious, united and be free spirited again. Here's hoping that we'll come out of this pandemic safe and healthy!
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