The End Of Mortals..?

CORONAVIRUS-19

The situation we are facing currently is one of the worst situations we have ever faced. The nCoV has been killing people for months now. In India, people are still roaming around and meeting people. The predictions were that India would have around 300 people infected by today but the rate has gone above 500. There are also a few infected people who have denied to disclose the people who were in contact with them. Our economy was already fragile,and if we didn’t complete urgent tasks by now, our economy will be totally ruined. India has the ability to conquer this war against corona but if the people will remain casual, there is no doubt that India can take years to recover if the people remain like this. I request dear readers to report false rumours and spread awareness as much as they can.

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Hi There! Myself Tushar and I live somewhere between 20.5937° N, 78.9629° E .A passionate writer and a student. I post articles every fortnight, hopefully.

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Tushar Chaudhary

Tushar Chaudhary

Hi There! Myself Tushar and I live somewhere between 20.5937° N, 78.9629° E .A passionate writer and a student. I post articles every fortnight, hopefully.

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