The possibilities and the future of facing Covid-19

It was an appropriate summing up of the bottom-line of the situation, including touching upon the care of the infirm and the other well-known principles of the lockdown.
It was an appropriate summing up of the bottom-line of the situation, including touching upon the care of the infirm and the other well-known principles of the lockdown.

April 14th was the fifth appearance of the Prime Minister on the national network on matters related to Covid-19. It confirmed the widely held assumption that the lockdown period would be extended. Following his usual pattern of such appearances, nothing that he outlined, in the road ahead, confirmed any of the prognosis which the media had been channelising as its own interpretation or pronouncements of some ‘page 3’ figures. Over half a dozen states had announced the lockdown till April 30th. He announced it as May 3rd. May 1st is the Labour Day, May 2nd is a Saturday and May 3rd is a Sunday. The lockdown period announced by the PM therefore ends as of now as on May 3rd midnight. There is a possibility of a review of sorts on April 20th by when this writing would not have been in the public domain. Hence, for the readers of these lines when it meets their eye, this text is at best a commentary on the work in progress.

One hopes that by the times these lines are read, there will be still further clarity...

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Dr. Vinayshil Gautam

Internationally acclaimed management expert. Chairman, DKIF

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Internationally acclaimed management expert. Chairman, DKIF

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