Coronavirus: Devils churn profits as India continues to burn

The people got so good at going that they weren’t taught when and how to stop. The only thing this world teaches is “profit” even if it is as the cost of someone’s death. COVID-19 in India is roiling the atmosphere, but devils are thinking of profits.

The devils are stacking medicines, oxygen cylinders, leaving all gasping for breath. Whose fault is it? Why weren’t we taught humanity, why weren’t we taught to feel the pain of other? Why weren’t we taught to care for the feelings of others? Why?

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Because the world taught only one thing– ‘ move ahead in life’, even if you have to cheat, deceit, play with emotions. A person who fought for the rights of others, who never lived in comfort zone, now are being tempted for a limousine ride after death. Even after death, you wanted to churn money. Now is the time when you want to pile up money in the account. Think my friends, countrymen think! What did you earn apart from money? What will you teach your children? Even they will walk over someone’s pyre for money.

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I heard about hell, witnessing it here in front of my eyes. I heard about devils, I am seeing them in front of my eyes. More than 3000 are dying, imagine how many lives you could have saved and how many blessing you would have received. Today, you might get away but how will you face Lord when he looks at your account book.

I wrote this as Coronavirus is ravaging India, but some are looking to make money by stacking up oxygen cylinders or increasing price of oxygen concentrators.

India’s official COVID cases are rising. What about unofficial figures?

Yesterday, the nation witnessed close to 1.69 lakh coronavirus cases. Day before yesterday the number stood at 1.57 lakh cases. Reports suggest that India surpasses Brazil as world’s second worst-hit COVID country. The total number of cases stand at 1,35,27,717. There are 12,01,009 active cases in the country at present while 1,21,56,529 people have recovered from the disease. The death toll figures 1,70,179.

Meanwhile, coronavirus cases are also rising in the states where election rallies are being held in full pace.  West Bengal reported 27,981 new coronavirus cases and 71 fatalities since April 1. In Assam,  352 more people tested positive for the infection pushing the tally to  2,20,310.

These are just official figures. We yet don’t know about the unofficial figures. For example, a cremation zone in Madhya Pradesh faced shortage of woods since flow of dead bodies was humongous. In Ahmedabad, nearly all the hospitals are flooded with infected patients. Doctors in Delhi’s AIIMS and Lucknow’s KGMU tested positive. Now, just for a second, think about the unofficial covid figures which aren’t reaching our ears or eyes; credit to the media for doing duties in an air conditioned office.

Night curfew isn’t the solution:

When traffic is really low and shops, malls, offices, government transport is shut then how can COVID surge in this scenario. We need restrictions during the day and money should be punched in the pockets of the poor. Yes, lockdown isn’t a solution, but we need stringent laws so people take precautions– be it out of fear. Another thing is, cinema halls should be completely shut for the moment. If not, then may be then can operate at a 25 per cent capacity. Offices that operate out of internet must be completely asked to work from home. Where such scenario does not prevail, an alternate day might be the solution. All the governments should sit down for a conference that includes economic experts and then chalk out a amicable solution because it’s not going to fade away soon from what appears to be. Think about the figures not reported and the scenario would be even more petrifying.

Besides all this, new strain of coronavirus is rapidly increasing. We yet don’t know how deep the damage can dive. Stay safe and take precaution.