In the face of a possibly deadlier third wave of COVID-19, the resources, patience and endurance of the rapidly crumbling healthcare system wear thin. At such a time, violence against medical staff comes as nothing short of a calamity—one created entirely by the masses.
The coronavirus pandemic has created a massive shift in daily activities. With nearly every part of functional society being affected, paradigm transformations have been implemented in all sectors. Sports too has not been immune to this transition has executed several changes. This article visits sporting events behind closed doors.
The Olympic Games are an international celebration of sports, garnering the awe of the entire world. Although hosting the games places a city in the international spotlight, there is growing criticism of its burden on the host. Read on to know more about the plight of previous Olympic hosts and how the Pandemic affected the Tokyo:2020 Summer games.
Knowledge is a limitless domain, and for its fruitful acquisition, one must be guided properly. Education systems come in handy in such scenarios—they involve the flow of education, from teacher to pupil. Even though this unidirectional transmission has remained the same for aeons, as one navigates through time, one understands that the very purpose of education and its propagation methods have evolved and must continue to do so.
With COVID-19 second wave hitting the country, it has become essential to get vaccinated at the earliest to safeguard oneself. With the current situation of a few students staying on campus and parents being worried for their safety, MIT Manipal started a vaccination drive for not just its students but staff and teachers too.
The Covid Crisis has been a double pandemic—one with serious medical repercussions and the other that seriously compromises women security. Socially, economically and in all other spheres of life, women have been heavily affected by the impositions that Covid-19 has brought with it.
The MIT hostel blocks were declared as a containment zone until further notice, serving as a grim reminder of the resurgence of COVID 19 all around the country and its ability to spread rapidly. The MIT Post takes a look at the situation of the students who are living on campus and how they are dealing with the predicament.
The pandemic and the restrictions it has imposed has altered the way many industries function at large. One of the many fields that have had to reform itself is the Arts Industry. The result has come to show that changes come with consequences, and they are seldom black or white.
The sporting industry has been one of the worst affected due to the global pandemic, with a dip in viewership, a loss of investment and a lack of willingness by players to resume training. As fans remain apprehensive about the future of their favourite sports, players and managers prepare themselves for new safety regulations, along with the atmosphere of isolation that will surround games in the future.
The world is paralysed, the driving force of the economies is running low on fuel. The irony? We now have a surplus of oil. With the oil markets crashing as a consequence of an ominous venture of the novel coronavirus, this article expands on the debilitating condition of oil industries during the pandemic and its global impact that has stranded the oil-dependent countries in uncertain waters.