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COVID-19 Is Now Spreading Fastest In India — Pushing Its Health System Near Collapse

COVID-19 Is Now Spreading Fastest In India — Pushing Its Health System Near Collapse

COVID-19 Is Now Spreading Fastest In India — Pushing Its Health System Near Collapse India is now where the coronavirus is spreading fastest. With shortages of hospital beds, oxygen and vaccines, the country's health system is near collapse.Toggle more optionsHeard onToggle more optionsIndia is now where the coronavirus is spreading fastest. With shortages of hospital beds, oxygen and vaccines, the country's health system is near collapse.MARY LOUISE KELLY, HOST:It was just two months ago that India seemed to have put the coronavirus behind it. The country's caseload had dropped sharply....

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Apr 19
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World's Biggest Vaccine Maker 'Very Stressed' As India Sees Record Spike In COVID-19

World's Biggest Vaccine Maker 'Very Stressed' As India Sees Record Spike In COVID-19

World's Biggest Vaccine Maker 'Very Stressed' As India Sees Record Spike In COVID-19 : Coronavirus Updates India has recorded its biggest jump in new coronavirus infections since the pandemic began. Authorities are trying to balance curbs on movement with voting in state elections.MUMBAI — India confirmed another record jump in COVID-19 cases Wednesday, as the world's biggest vaccine maker said it was "very stressed" and needs help from the Indian government to boost production. India is struggling to speed up vaccinations amid its sharpest spike in coronavirus infections since the pandemic...

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After Dropping Dramatically, COVID-19 Cases Surge In India, Pakistan

After Dropping Dramatically, COVID-19 Cases Surge In India, Pakistan

After Dropping Dramatically, COVID-19 Cases Surge In India, Pakistan COVID-19 infections in India and Pakistan are skyrocketing. Scientists now have two mysteries to investigate: why cases there dropped so quickly earlier, and why they're surging now.Toggle more optionsHeard onToggle more optionsCOVID-19 infections in India and Pakistan are skyrocketing. Scientists now have two mysteries to investigate: why cases there dropped so quickly earlier, and why they're surging now.NPR thanks our sponsors

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India's Farmer Protests: Why Are They So Angry?

India's Farmer Protests: Why Are They So Angry?

Farmer Protests In India: Why Are They Angry? : Goats and Soda Demonstrations have been going on for months. Pop stars and climate activists have pledged support for the farmers. What sparked the movement is less glamorous: New rules for wholesale markets.Toggle more optionsHeard onToggle more optionsNASHIK, India – In a dusty lot outside a wholesale market in western India, farmer Ambadas Sanap leans on the lip of his flatbed truck, surrounded by crates of green peppers and tomatoes. If he could get away from all this for just one day, he says, he'd travel to the capital to protest. He...

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Landslide In Northern India Leaves At Least 24 Dead, More Missing

Landslide In Northern India Leaves At Least 24 Dead, More Missing

Landslide In Northern India Leaves At Least 24 Dead, More Missing A landslide in the Himalayas in Northern India has killed at least two dozen people and more than 150 are missing.Toggle more optionsHeard onToggle more optionsA landslide in the Himalayas in Northern India has killed at least two dozen people and more than 150 are missing.ARI SHAPIRO, HOST:A massive search-and-rescue operation is underway in Northern India. On Sunday, a landslide barreled down out of the Himalayan mountains. At least two dozen people have been killed. More than 150 are missing. NPR's Lauren Frayer reports...

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Scores Are Feared Dead In India After Himalayan Glacier Breaks Away

Scores Are Feared Dead In India After Himalayan Glacier Breaks Away

Scores Feared Dead In India Dam Break Near Himalayan Glacier At least 140 people are missing after a hydroelectric dam near the glacier was swept away in a deluge of water, rock and debris. "It came very fast. There was no time to alert anyone," a witness said.A massive search-and-rescue operation was underway Sunday in northern India for at least 140 people missing after part of a Himalayan glacier broke off, triggering an avalanche of rock, mud, water and debris that swept away a hydroelectric dam. from across a valley showed a torrent of water and debris breaking through a dam that's...

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Feb 7
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India Has COVID-19 Vaccine Doses. But Will The Country's Population Take Them?

India Has COVID-19 Vaccine Doses. But Will The Country's Population Take Them?

India Has COVID-19 Vaccine Doses. But Will The Country's Population Take Them? By July, India aims to vaccinate 300 million of its 1.4 billion people. But with COVID-19 infections already declining, some Indians don't see the need — and clinics have more doses than recipients.Toggle more optionsHeard onToggle more optionsBy July, India aims to vaccinate 300 million of its 1.4 billion people. But with COVID-19 infections already declining, some Indians don't see the need — and clinics have more doses than recipients.MARY LOUISE KELLY, HOST:To India now, where the government has launched what...

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Sudden Coronavirus Spike Overwhelms India's Health Care System

Sudden Coronavirus Spike Overwhelms India's Health Care System

Sudden Coronavirus Spike Overwhelms India's Health Care System India is grappling with shortages of hospital beds, oxygen and vaccines amid a sharp spike in COVID-19 cases. Scientists are scrambling to sequence new variants.Toggle more optionsHeard onToggle more optionsIndia is grappling with shortages of hospital beds, oxygen and vaccines amid a sharp spike in COVID-19 cases. Scientists are scrambling to sequence new variants.RACHEL MARTIN, HOST:All right. Let's turn to India now, the country where the virus is now spreading faster than anywhere else. There aren't enough hospital beds,...

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Apr 21
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