We looked inside some of the tweets by @MedhaviArora and found useful information for you.
Inside 100 Tweets
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“Our stories are not being told well… it’s almost like we’re being scratched out” Joshua, Kennede and Sam Jo, also known as The SG Boys, have started one of the first LGBTQ podcasts in Singapore - where gay sex is still illegal https://t.co/r3xifNoKP0 https://t.co/fCcHy4hGLE
As part of a week long global series looking at the impact of #COVID19 on the young & their lives, here's Amol Bhosle's story. The animator was forced back on his father's farm after he lost his job Camera - @ShahidReports Edit - @pritamroy_ @BBCWorld @BBCIndia @BBCBusiness https://t.co/5VprjuDewK
Stating that death of 82 mucormycosis patients in the state since June 7 was “disturbing” and that “no patient should die for want of medicines,” the Bombay High Court asked the Centre on Thursday to increase allocation of Amphotericin-B vials. https://t.co/ThOYAGzYoU
Indians who got the #Covaxin jab are being treated as unvaccinated abroad as the vaccine is yet to get WHO approval. Students expecting to start studies abroad are approaching hospitals saying they’re ready to take the risk and get a mixed vaccine dose. https://t.co/zYDEidSQyI
#Nepal, one of the world's poorest nations, is in a devastating second wave. The PM has pleaded to the UK - Nepal's oldest friend - to send vaccines. Warning: our report is distressing - a reminder this pandemic isn't over. w @shaluyadavbbc @moosecampbell @rajneeshb #Covid_19 https://t.co/gWWjS6xdIN
Centralized to decentralized and now back to centralized - India's #vaccination policy u-turn follows mounting criticism. Decision welcomed by experts but beyond the 'free vaccine for all' claim, critics say blaming states w/out acknowledging center's mistakes is unfair #COVID19 https://t.co/2hl1fdMPW5
Lastly, do listen to #WorklifeIndia's podcast on mucormycosis. Alongside Iqra we spoke to Dr @akshaygn who treats mucormycosis patients and Dr Laxminarayan of @CDDEP who explains how it links to Covid and steroid abuse. Hosted by @devinaguptanews. https://t.co/YFKAoCAdb5
She hopes a policy that prioritises certain patients is not implemented as it “leaves doctors with difficult choices to make.” For families who cannot procure the drug for treatment, she asks, “What do they do, do they watch their loved ones die?” https://t.co/HQfVtT5NP6
Iqra disagrees. “Both as a lawyer and as a granddaughter, I feel that my grandfather who is 80 years old has every right to live, has every right to live a dignified life. And it’s the state’s duty to protect that, to deliver on that - it’s a constitutional right.” https://t.co/UyCaTlppxg
Iqra's grandfather is still in pain and not out of the woods yet. The infection can resurface and the family can’t afford to let their guard down. He is on expensive antifungal medicine and needs weekly check-ups. If the infection spreads now, it will likely affect his eye.