COVID-19

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Honor Hero

Our doctors, volunteers and emergency service provider, are the Honor Hero's for the society, who cares other, without personal care.

COVID-19 pandemic in India

The COVID-19 pandemic in India is a part of the worldwide pandemic of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) caused by severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2). The first case of COVID-19 in India, which originated from China, was reported on 30 January 2020. Currently, India has the largest number of confirmed cases in Asia. As of 12 June 2021, India has the second-highest number of confirmed cases in the world (after the United States) with 29.3 million reported cases of COVID-19 infection and the third-highest number of COVID-19 deaths (after the United States and Brazil) at 367,081 deaths.

The first cases of COVID-19 in India were reported in the towns of Thrissur, Alappuzha and Kasargod, all in the state of Kerala, among three Indian medical students who had returned from Wuhan. Lockdowns were announced in Kerala on 23 March, and in the rest of the country on 25 March. By mid-May 2020, five cities accounted for around half of all reported cases in the country: Mumbai, Delhi, Ahmedabad, Chennai and Thane. On 10 June, India's recoveries exceeded active cases for the first time. Infection rates started to drop in September, along with the number of new and active cases. Daily cases peaked mid-September with over 90,000 cases reported per-day, dropping to below 15,000 in January 2021.

A second wave beginning in March 2021 was much larger than the first, with shortages of vaccines, hospital beds, oxygen cylinders and other medicines in parts of the country. By late April, India led the world in new and active cases. On 30 April 2021, it became the first country to report over 400,000 new cases in a 24-hour period. Health experts believe that India's figures have been underreported due to several factors.

India began its vaccination programme on 16 January 2021, and by April was administering 3–4 million doses a day. India has authorised the British Oxford–AstraZeneca vaccine (Covishield), the Indian BBV152 (Covaxin) vaccine, and the Russian Sputnik V vaccine for emergency use. As of 25 May 2021, the country had administered over 200 million vaccine doses.

Tele-Consultation

AIIMS Rishikesh and afifa foundation working for joint initative - To providing relief for Public Mental Health and Psychological Crisis during COVID 19 Pandemic

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Dialogue for Vaccination

Our current society is facing significant global challenges in the areas of health, food, and sustainability. Opinions and interests vary widely in relation to these challenges, and they benefit from different perspectives, even it raise more since COVID19. To resolve these challenges and make room for the different opinions and interests, we make dialogue - where we examine all those different perspectives together and its solution.

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Food Security & COVID-19

The pandemic has been affecting the entire food system and has laid bare its fragility. Border closures, trade restrictions and confinement measures have been preventing farmers from accessing markets, including for buying inputs and selling their produce, and agricultural workers from harvesting crops, thus disrupting domestic and international food supply chains and reducing access to healthy, safe and diverse diets.

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Fight via Dialogue COVID-19

Since March 26, 2020 afifa foundation continuously working to defend against COVID-19, though Confab Dialogue Centre. Where we spread the awareness among the literate, different thought person and vulnerable.

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