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Our healthcare system stands exposed, very clear that over 75 yrs we've underinvested in health. Maybe there were reasons, it's very easy to say you should've put in more money. Now that I'm in govt I can tell you it's not as easy as it sounds: EAM at Global Dialogue Series https://t.co/VntWooFXlV
I asked India's central bank if it had written any letters to Amazon/others about foreign investment law issues. The answer is no. A @Reuters investigation in February found Amazon has for years favoured some sellers & used them to bypass Indian law: https://t.co/235ParSfm9 https://t.co/awEpQ9FX3L
Authorities in Mumbai have faced criticism for issuing a notice on Twitter telling people to get ready as limited slots were opening in minutes, wishing the hopeful "all the best". "Playing a stressful lottery every day is in extremely bad taste". READ: https://t.co/fATMQLBrRd https://t.co/Ph6ZwvqBgH
Some don't know what CoWIN is. Dhananali Bariha, 28, in the eastern state of Odisha, said he wanted to get vaccinated but was stumped by the online registration. "I have no idea how to do it. I have not heard about CoWIN," he told Reuters. Read story: https://t.co/pIB3Qx2DsQ https://t.co/hNZxAPebag
The automated alerts offer no guarantees. A Wednesday morning alert for some shots posted on one Telegram group for Bengaluru showed many were disappointed. "It showed me 80 slots but it got booked before I could even get the OTP," said one user. https://t.co/iA4ENLRhnN
Indian tech experts have designed websites to help people book scarce COVID-19 vaccinations, raising concern about jeopardising an equitable vaccine rollout. Alerts are also sent to Telegram groups. Some say the booking process is a ‘stressful lottery’ https://t.co/cXorfq75YM
Judge notes central government has said that progressively an effort is being made on "good faith" basis to increase oxygen supplies across the country. Home ministry has said steps being taken on proactive basis. "We cannot be oblivious to urgent need of oxygen" in Delhi but..
Supreme Court says central govt should come back in 2 hours & share a plan how Delhi will get 700 MT of oxygen (daily). The top court's judges are hearing the matter after a Delhi court asked govt to explain why it should not face contempt for not supplying oxygen to Delhi