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  1. Being in a self-imposed quarantine and in isolation takes a toll on the psyche of an individual. This isnât exactly a new revelation, but the fact that even the best among us are susceptible to it is something that most of us hadnât realised before. We have come to realise this today after a video surfaced online of a doctor in Mathura tried to flee from the quarantine centre set up in a government hospital, on Thursday. © Twitter/timesofindia The doctor we see in the video is Dr Piyush Chatturvedi, who, as a report by Times Of India, was under a precautionary, âself-imposedâ quarantine after he came in contact with a coronavirus positive patient. The doctor says that he was stepping out of the facility to get a few things for consumption, and can be seen breaking into a sprint as the police try and stop him. © Twitter/timesofindia This shouldnât come as a surprise. Doctors, no matter where they are in the county are in a rather precarious position. On one hand, they are at the forefront of this ongoing war against the virus, and are facing the situation without proper equipment and basic PPEs or personal protective equipment. On the other, they are facing some appalling situations and discrimination, while spending days away from their families and loved ones. © Reuters The Mathura chapter of the Indian Medical Association put out a statement condemning the actions of Dr Chatturvedi and all medical professionals in the area who are putting public health at risk in a time like this. © Twitter/timesofindia While we agree with the opinions of the IMA, we cannot help but feel sorry for people like Dr Chatturvedi. With that being said, blaming just the doctor cannot be justified. Dr Chatturvedi, and a total of 13 other people at the District Combined Hospital of Vrindavan, came in contact with a COVID-19 patient, who later died. The medical professionals have been put in a precautionary quarantine for days now, and havenât been tested as of writing this article. #Covid_19: UP doctor flees from quarantine, cops chase him down Watch pic.twitter.com/f3PjFPz2i2 â The Times Of India (@timesofindia) May 1, 2020 Clearly, the situation is so grim that even the brightest among us are behaving in a rather sorry manner. This just goes on to show the psychological cost we as a civilisation may have to bear, once this pandemic is dealt with. View the full article
  2. Governments across the world are debating how and when to ease lockdowns that have kept more than 4.5 billion people confined to their homes
  3. CM Murad Ali Shah says eight people passed away in the last 24 hours, making it the province's highest daily toll
  4. Worldwide more than 2,28 million people have tested positive for the highly contagious virus
  5. Of that figure, 17 cases were imported via individuals arriving overseas, up from 15 the previous day
  6. ?30 of the 738 patients (aged between 34 and 92 years old) had no known underlying health condition,? say officials
  7. Governments have forced businesses to close and limited the movement of half the world's population
  8. Johnson 'able to do short walks, between periods of rest, as part of the care he is receiving to aid his recovery', Downing Street said
  9. More than 600,000 cases of the novel coronavirus have been officially recorded around the world
  10. 144 people passed away in Iran in the past 24 hours due to coronavirus, says official
  11. The nation of 60 million (Italy) now accounts for 36.6% of the world''s coronavirus deaths
  12. In what appears to be a major blow for both fans and franchises, the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has decided to suspend the 13th edition of the Indian Premier League (IPL) till 15th April. The unexpected, yet important, decision taken by the Indian cricket board, came in light of the novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak in the country. In a media release, the Indian cricket board claimed: "The BCCI is concerned and sensitive about all its stakeholders, and public health in general, and it is taking all necessary steps to ensure that, all people related to IPL including fans have a safe cricketing experience. The BCCI will work closely with the Government of India along with the Ministery of Youth Affairs and Sports, Ministry of Health and Family Welfare and all other relevant Central and State Governments in this regard," the BCCI statement further stated. ??Announcement??: #VIVOIPL suspended till 15th April 2020 as a precautionary measure against the ongoing Novel Corona Virus (COVID-19) situation. More details ?? https://t.co/hR0R2HTgGg pic.twitter.com/azpqMPYtoL â IndianPremierLeague (@IPL) March 13, 2020 The office-bearers of the BCCI, led by president Sourav Ganguly and secretary Jay Shah, met at the board's headquarters in Mumbai on 12th March to take the crucial call. The fate of IPL 2020 was expected to be decided in the Governing Council meeting slated to be held on 14th March in Mumbai where all franchise owners were also invited, but, it appears, the severity of the epidemic led BCCI to take the key decision. "The postponement gives BCCI the time of reassess the situation and have that much more time on hand to take a further call. The postponement will allow them to see if the threat of the virus ceases any time soon, remains in control, or gets worse. Depending on these scenarios and what the central and state governments say, a further call can be taken," a BCCI source was quoted as saying by TOI. With the visa restriction imposed on foreign players, it is quite obvious that the overseas players roped in by the eight franchises will not be able to arrive in India till 15th April which further explains BCCI's latest decision. "The postponement will allow the BCCI to reassess that situation too. If the tournament can be held from mid-April onwards, then there is time now to work on the visas. Remember, the IPL cannot be held without overseas players," the source added. Sports gatherings including IPL prohibited in Delhi pic.twitter.com/ALLf7J1NUo â Satyendar Jain (@SatyendarJain) March 13, 2020 The BCCI's decision comes a day after the Ministry of External Affairs recently advised against hosting the 13th edition of the IPL amid the COVID-19 outbreak in the country. "I think it is for the organizers to decide whether to go ahead with it or not. Our advice would be to not do it at this time but if they want to go ahead, it is their decision," MEA spokesperson Raveesh Kumar said. Also, the Maharashtra government had earlier banned the sale of tickets for the matches in the state, while the Punjab government had given the same directive. The Rajasthan government, on the other hand, is edging towards following the footsteps of Delhi and ban IPL matches totally. Meanwhile msdhoni. Ek month tak aur rukna padega balls khane ko nahi milegi ???? pic.twitter.com/lyYeDD7UMV â Sir Chahal ? (@Sirchahal) March 13, 2020 Hopefully the situation improves to allow the tournament to begin mid April. Till then we will keep spreading #Yellove. Meanwhile let's educate and request fans to avoid unnecessary travel, take precautions for #coronavirus and stay safe. #WhistlePodu â Whistle Podu Army ® - CSK Fan Club (@CSKFansOfficial) March 13, 2020 Csk fans . Ek month aur nhi harenge mumbai se ?? pic.twitter.com/JiyzLfpBkD â Sir Chahal ? (@Sirchahal) March 13, 2020 RCB the happiest team, delayed the shame. â Chhota Maithun (@Begin_Humor) March 13, 2020 BCCI to face loss of 10,000 CR INR if IPL is cancelled. Star Sports Already signed 16000 CR with BCCI for IPL. #IPL2020 #BCCI â Baazigar ??? (@FarziBaazigar) March 13, 2020 THALA entrance has Postponed to APRIL 15 !!! ??????@msdhoni #Csk #Dhoni #BanIPL #MASTER pic.twitter.com/gsMFhpmMUg â Rohith Online VFC ?????â¢?? (@kannarohith774) March 13, 2020 ?? pic.twitter.com/7z49UoJoKr â Dr Khushboo Kadri (@khushikadri) March 13, 2020 Bas cancel mat krna?? â Simran Randhawa (@Randhawa36_) March 13, 2020 View the full article
  13. Iran struggles to contain the novel coronavirus. As per official figures, 595 people have been affected by the infection over the past 24 hours
  14. Almost 95% of the debris has been removed, rescue officials said, noting that all people have been recovered
  15. Globally coronavirus has infected nearly 90,000 people in more than 60 countries
  16. China reported another 71 deaths from coronavirus on Tuesday, the lowest daily number of fatalities in over two weeks
  17. Another 397 new coronavirus cases were reported in China, down from nearly 900 reported in Friday
  18. The coronavirus situation remains dire at the epicentre, with the director of a hospital in the central city of Wuhan
  19. More than 70,500 have now been infected nationwide by the virus, which first emerged in December in central Hubei province before spreading across the country.
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