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📰 Letter #74 - Steady improvement in Recovery rate in India / India first country to cross 80k cases a day / Global cases cross 25 million

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📰 Letter #74 - Steady improvement in Recovery rate in India / India first country to cross 80k cases a day / Global cases cross 25 million
By Salman Mushir • Issue #74 • View online
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Yesterday, I was not able to work on the newsletter due to a personal engagement, which is why I am sending it today. In this edition, we look at the numbers again as there are some milestone’s recorded at end of August. Here’s 5 point updates about what’s happening with COVID-19 in India and across the world.

1. Outbreak in India in August 🙅‍♂️
Nearly 2mn cases reported in Aug, India sets global Covid record
2. Global COVID-19 cases surpass 25 million 📈
The global tally of COVID-19 cases passed 25 million on August 30, according to Johns Hopkins University. A total of 843,000 people have died from the virus worldwide. - Twitter
3. Improving recovery rate & Lowering deaths per million in India 📉
#IndiaFightsCorona
📢#CoronaVirusUpdates:

📍India's #COVID19 recovery rate improves to 76.60% as on August 30, 2020

✅Steady improvement in India's COVID-19 recovery rate since #lockdown initiation on March 25, 2020

#IndiaFightsCorona

@ICMRDELHI

Via @MoHFW_INDIA https://t.co/KmT6gup7uZ
4. Nevada study reports first confirmed COVID-19 reinfection in the US 🦠
Scientists say a 25-year-old man in Reno, Nevada, was reinfected with COVID-19, with the second case being more serious than the first. Reinfections have been reported in Hong Kong and Europe, though experts warn this is not necessarily a reason to panic. - Twitter
COVID-19 reinfection reported in Nevada patient, researchers say
5. Weddings in the times of the pandemic 😷👰🏻
From @indiatimesinsta
From @indiatimesinsta
Weddings around the world witnessed a drastic change in 2020. Many dreams of lavish parties, great get-togethers, bachelor and bachelorette parties came to a sudden halt. When the lockdown was imposed the wedding industry in India was worried about how to move forward. Cancellations were made, hotels were left deserted, flowers ready for decoration wilted and many of the planned festivities saw a dead end. However, it also came with perks, couples resorted to an intimate wedding of only 50 people while the rest watched their friends tie the knot on a video call. Some parents heaved a sigh of relief at not having to spend lacs and lacs of rupees on an event that would last for a few hours. Having said that, Mehendi and cocktail parties found themselves being celebrated virtually, tiny windows on the screen of the computer had smiling faces hiding their disappointment.
THE END
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.
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