A number of central teams deployed to states and union territories during February to May pointed out lack of adherence to Covid appropriate behaviour and sub-optimal efforts at containment.
In a letter to all states and Union Territories, Union Health Secretary Rajesh Bhushan said complacency at this juncture has the potential to result in another surge in COVID-19 cases.
Union Home Secretary Ajay Bhalla emphasised the second wave of Covid is not yet over and there is no room for complacency and everyone must follow Covid-appropriate behaviour.
Though there is some recovery observed in June, stress on demand continues, driven largely by the second wave of the pandemic, limiting travel to only necessary travel.
The official said that to ensure a safe and healthy environment in the terminals for the passengers since the pandemic outbreak, the airport has taken several measures.
The latest reading highlighted renewed contractions in factory orders, production, exports and quantities of purchases.
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Several IT giants and tech start-ups have already announced plans towards a swifter adoption of the hybrid work model where employees will not be expected to attend offices.
The decline in sales was the steepest in West and North India, which witnessed an 83 per cent dip last month as compared to May 2019, RAI said in a statement.
Emphasizing the continuing building up of stress due to the halt in economic activities, the number of failed recurring transactions, or auto-debit bounce rate, have again gone up in May.
The carrier' daily cash burn rose to Rs 19 crore in the March quarter and is expected to increase further in the June quarter.
SML Isuzu on Monday informed that it has suspended production at its manufacturing plant in Punjab till June 11, citing lower demand and supply constraints.
During the recently concluded week, the NSE Nifty rose 234.60 points or 1.51 per cent to 15,670.25. The BSE Sensex gained 677.17 points or 1.31 per cent in the week to 52,100.05.
Even as the COVID situation has relatively improved in most of the northern and western states, southern and eastern parts of the country are still reporting a high number of cases.
Hiring activity across sectors including hospitality, retail as well and banking has seen a 16 per cent drop since March 2020, data from Naukri.com showed.
Additionally, they will need about $5 billion of recapitalisation to survive from the pandemic that has reduced air traffic by as much as 90 per cent in recent weeks.