People in Bangalore, India, attend an event on July 25 disbursing scholarships to children who lost their parents to Covid-19. Photo: EPA-EFE People in Bangalore, India, attend an event on July 25 disbursing scholarships to children who lost their parents to Covid-19. Photo: EPA-EFE
People in Bangalore, India, attend an event on July 25 disbursing scholarships to children who lost their parents to Covid-19. Photo: EPA-EFE

Letters | After deadly second wave of Covid-19, is India doing enough to avert a third?

  • The government must plug the gaps in its poor handling so far of the pandemic. It can start by launching an audit of virus fatalities and redoubling efforts to push vaccinations

Topic |   Coronavirus India
People in Bangalore, India, attend an event on July 25 disbursing scholarships to children who lost their parents to Covid-19. Photo: EPA-EFE People in Bangalore, India, attend an event on July 25 disbursing scholarships to children who lost their parents to Covid-19. Photo: EPA-EFE
People in Bangalore, India, attend an event on July 25 disbursing scholarships to children who lost their parents to Covid-19. Photo: EPA-EFE
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