Daily tally of new Covid cases in Delhi drops 50% in 4 days
The downward spiral of Covid-19 cases in Delhi continued for the fourth consecutive day, with the city reporting 12,527 new cases on Monday. Data shared by the state government shows the daily tally has fallen by nearly 49 per cent in these four days, from 24,383 cases on January 14. The positivity rate, too, is down — from 30.64 per cent to 27.99 per cent — in this period.
8 best exercises for women
With weight gain and obesity on rise, indulgence in physical activities like exercising seems to be the only way to stop severe complications from happening. Women, especially those who have a 8-9 hours-job, have started feeling the impacts of the tremendous change in their lifestyle due to COVID-19 lockdown. One of the major lifestyle changes is reduced physical activity.
'Aggregate demand conditions remain resilient despite Omicron'
India's economic recovery has met headwinds from a rapid rise in Covid-19 infections due to the Omicron variant but aggregate demand conditions remain resilient, the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) said in its monthly bulletin on Monday.
Opinion: Why protecting the planet is essential to preventing future pandemics
Almost two years since the start of the Covid-19 pandemic, scientific breakthroughs powered by international collaboration have helped us create vaccines and other treatments that can help tackle the health crisis. But our broken relationship with the natural world continues to make us vulnerable to pandemics and that is something that global governments and businesses need to fix.
'You are our champion': Deported Djokovic welcomed home to Serbia
Novak Djokovic arrived home in Serbia on Monday after Australia deported the world men's tennis No. 1 for not having a COVID-19 vaccine, a stance jeopardising his quest for a record 21st Grand Slam title. "You are our champion, Novak!" chanted supporters, some waving national flags, outside Belgrade airport.
Global jobs recovery delayed by pandemic uncertainty, Omicron, ILO says
The global job market will taker longer to recover than previously thought, with unemployment levels set to remain above pre-Covid-19 levels until at least 2023 due to uncertainty about the pandemic's course and duration, the International Labour Organization said in a report on Monday.