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COVID-19: India's cumulative tests inch closer to 15 crores, national positivity rate stands at 6.50%

The cumulative COVID-19 national positivity rate stands at 6.50 per cent as on date. The daily positivity rate is just 3.14 per cent. Higher volumes of testing eventually lead to low positivity rate

Published on 9th December 2020
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These school students are verifying, weeding out offers to help with O2, drugs during their summer vacation 

The Uncut Team set up the Uncut COVID database just two weeks ago to provide verified COVID resources for people across India. We find out more

Published on 12th May 2021
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This Sonu is no Sood but an ambulance driver who's helping people across Kolkata get access to beds, oxygen

Sonu says that he has always been keen to help others and most of it comes from the hardships he had to face while growing up

Published on 13th May 2021
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Kerala teacher donates Rs 1.1 lakh to CMDRF, wants all his students and their kin vaccinated

A few days ago, Viswas, the English Department head of the Government Arts and Science College Kozhinjampara had donated Rs 1.10 lakh to the CMDRF

Published on 14th May 2021
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Recoveries outnumber new COVID-19 cases for third time in four days, says Union Health Ministry

The daily positivity rate slightly declined to 20.08 per cent, the ministry said. India's total active caseload has decreased to 37,04,893 and now comprises 15.41 per cent of the country's total case

Published on 14th May 2021
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This Bengaluru teacher conducts free interactive learning sessions for children whose parents are occupied with COVID

Prasanth Nori is a teacher who runs an EdTech platform called Upepo. We spoke to him about the classes he takes

Published on 17th May 2021
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How this 25-year-old created a search engine to find verified COVID resources on Twitter

Bengaluru-based software developer Umang Galaiya created covid19-twitter.in to remove the hassle of trawling Twitter for oxygen, beds

Published on 23rd May 2021
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These Hyderabadi cyclists get over 300 calls from COVID patients needing essentials delivered, every single day

This time for Daily Positivity, we tell you about these cyclists. Relief Riders is their name, delivering essentials to the elderly and COVID-positive patients is their job which they take seriously

Published on 26th May 2021
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In the last 30 days, this 33-year-old IAS officer has set up a plasma portal, oxygen delivery and vaccination facility

United by Blood not only helps plasma recipients but also gets oxygen delivered on time and has now started drive through vaccination facilities

Published on 27th May 2021
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Over 90 Chennai Cyclists are delivering essentials, meds to the elderly and COVID patients every morning

But aren't they scared to step out amidst this pandemic? Where do they get the courage? they say its not courage but a way to fight the scare for them

Published on 16th May 2021
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Daily COVID-19 count in India lowest in 45 days. Country reports 1,73,790 cases in 24 hours

The daily positivity further declined to 8.36 per cent, remaining below 10 per cent for five consecutive days, while the weekly positivity rate dropped to 9.84 per cent

Published on 29th May 2021
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How the MIT grad, who helped design Aarogya Setu, and his friends are helping patients connect to doctors free, with a new app

MedicSetu is a not-for-profit setup which is being run by experienced techies and is delivering medical consultation even to the remotest parts of India

Published on 29th May 2021
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It's okay to grieve: How this mental health helpline is helping those who lost someone to COVID-19

Pallium India, an NGO based out of Kerala's Thiruvananthapuram has set up the pan-India mental health helpline — Sukh Dukh

Published on 30th May 2021
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This Mumbai doc couple is collecting leftover COVID meds and giving it to the poor. Here's how you can donate

Meds For More is a citizen-led initiative started in Mumbai by Dr Marcus Ranney and his wife Dr Raina Ranney. We find out more

Published on 31st May 2021
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These Mumbai schoolkids are doing online sessions, bake sales to raise Rs 65 lakh to help their bus didis and drivers survive the pandemic

The initial plan was to raise Rs 50 lakh but that seemed like a small amount given that there were 180 workers. The kids then raised money on their own

Published on 3rd June 2021

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