Life expectancy rose in western Europe in 2021 but fell further in US and eastern Europe.
My Covid Cocoon
The poet shares her journey through the pandemic – from fighting restrictions to embracing change.
Hope Is a Flower That Blooms
An essay about living through these times and coping with them.
Watching the Second Wave Unfold as a Medical Intern on Covid Duty
I can’t help but feel a measure of empathy and ungrudging respect for the forgotten victims and warriors of the previous pandemic, the current pandemic and the next one …
Brain Drain Is a Hidden Tax On the Countries Left Behind
The brain drain of healthcare workers from countries that can scarcely afford to lose them is not an emotionless, economic discussion.
The Ailing Body of Democracy
A poem on the death of democratic rights in the face of crumbling healthcare during the pandemic.
How SRCC Students Are Raising Funds to Help Set Up An Oxygen Plant
In collaboration with 'Doctors For You', students are trying to raise Rs 35 lakh to be able to set up a plant at the Commonwealth Games Village in Delhi.
Are You Even There?
Reflections on the mishandling of the second wave of COVID-19 by political leaders in India.
#LetsFightCovidTogether: An Online Campaign Led by DU Students To Help People In Need
The students have created a database of all verified and updated Covid-related resources such as oxygen cylinders, hospital beds and other medical supplies.
COVID-19: Our Last Few Days With a Teacher Who Left us Too Soon
The struggle for basic healthcare, the loneliness of every patient’s fight, the lack of closure for those they leave behind, the fight for dignity in death – these will …