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Letter #43 - 100,000 US deaths / India lockdown to push 12 million into extreme poverty / EU ban hydroxychloroquine for COVID-19

Hey. Hope you are doing fine! I wanted to ask you if you have been finding this newsletter to be usef
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Letter #43 - 100,000 US deaths / India lockdown to push 12 million into extreme poverty / EU ban hydroxychloroquine for COVID-19
By Salman Mushir • Issue #43 • View online
Hey. Hope you are doing fine! I wanted to ask you if you have been finding this newsletter to be useful? I am considering slowing down the frequency from daily newsletter to thrice a week, so as to reduce my workload on this a little bit but still stay regular with the news.
I was thinking to deliver these Monday, Wednesday, and Friday.
Your thoughts would be useful. Thank you!
Today’s topics: Daily tracker - Medical updates - Economic impact - Other recommendations.

Daily tracker
Outbreak in India
The Wall Street Journal
India’s migrant workers are returning home as the lockdown eases, prompting fears of a new wave of cases in some of the poorest, least-prepared places https://t.co/qLH8O1Rq4N
The number of Covid-19 positives per 100 tests have been steadily rising in India since early May, according to BloombergQuint’s calculations.
The number of Covid-19 positives per 100 tests have been steadily rising in India since early May, according to BloombergQuint’s calculations.
Outbreak globally
Medical updates
Economic impact
Miscellaneous recommendations
What Bill Gates hopes we learn from coronavirus
This newsletter is created by - @salmanmushir, from Bangalore, India. I host a podcast called Salman Needs A Job, and I create content about jobs on my Instagram and YouTube. Other projects: lifepro.tools21 days later.
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