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14 hours ago, luckysingh99 said:

Yes, you do have to stay in hotel after having covid test when landing(airport). It has to be Airport hotel and you must book and pay for 3 nights even though most people are out by the 2nd day. Cost of $1500 per person.

 

13 hours ago, dharamyudh said:

 

I'm not from BC, however, judging from a recent article it looks like it is a hotspot. Mirroring what @luckysingh99has mentioned, your family is going to have to stay in a hotel. There is a possibility that this could change with the coming months. 

 Thanks guys 👍       Sounds like a lot of hassle.   

 

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The medical care system has never been adequate, but it limped along in the past, nevertheless, until this more severe second wave/ mutated strain hit. This is a horrible time to be Indian in India. T

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15 hours ago, JSinghnz said:

The IPL matches are help in empty stadiums. No spectators are allowed.

Yeah but its morally wrong. Millionaires playing cricket, teams owned by millionaires, while just across the road thousands are struggling to breath and thousands are being cremated. How is that even right?  

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Delhi is home to thousands of millionaires, and around 20 billionaires, while at the same time other people living in the same city are struggling to breath!

A 5* hotel in Delhi is being used to treat politicians, judges and the rest. I bet that hotel doesn't have a shortage of oxygen cylinders. 

 

But considering the vast majority of the Indian public, once the pandemic is over it will be " hail Modi ji"  again. He'll get a terrorist killed in Kashmir and he will be the hero again. 

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Feel sorry for this young lady. Considering how harsh and superstitious Indian society still is towards widows, its unlikely anyone will marry her again. 

 

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16 hours ago, puzzled said:

Feel sorry for his young lady. Considering how harsh and superstitious Indian society still is towards widows, its unlikely anyone will marry her again. 

 

Poor thing. A lot of bachelors out there complaining. 

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