KOZHIKODE l WEDNESDAY l SEPTEMBER 30, 2020 l `7.00 l PAGES 12 l CITY EDITION OVER 90% SPEND THEIR TIME CHIT-CHATTING, N.S.O. SURVEY Only 38.2% people take part in job-related activities while 91% spend their time in socialising, a new survey has found ONLY 2.4% TAKE PART IN VOLUNTEER WORK The National Statistical Office’s Time Use Survey revealed that 24.1% people participate in activities related to learning, while only 2.4% take part in volunteer and other unpaid work. The survey also said that 20.7% people said they do unpaid care giving services for household members. Such services include child care and care for dependent adults 1,38,799 WHY THE TIME USE SURVEY IS IMPORTANT ■ ■ The primary objective of the Time Use Survey is to measure participation of men and women in paid and unpaid activities It is an important source of information on the time spent in unpaid care-giving activities, volunteer work, unpaid domestic service producing activities of the household members, etc | P7 HOUSEHOLDS COVERED BY THE SURVEY CONDUCTED DURING JAN-DEC 2019 CHENNAI ■ MADURAI ■ VIJAYAWADA ■ BENGALURU ■ KOCHI ■ HYDERABAD ■ VISAKHAPATNAM ■ COIMBATORE ■ KOZHIKODE ■ THIRUVANANTHAPURAM ■ BELAGAVI ■ BHUBANESWAR ■ SHIVAMOGGA ■ MANGALURU ■ TIRUPATI ■ TIRUCHY ■ TIRUNELVELI ■ SAMBALPUR ■ HUBBALLI ■ DHARMAPURI ■ KOTTAYAM ■ KANNUR ■ VILLUPURAM ■ KOLLAM ■ WARANGAL ■ TADEPALLIGUDEM ■ NAGAPATTINAM ■ THRISSUR ■ KALABURAGI No lockdown, all-party meeting agrees to limiting people at events Uma Bharti. Was at the site on demolition day. Liberhan Commission accused her of inciting the mob; she took moral responsibility for the demolition Vinay Katiyar, then Bajrang Dal chief. Was BJP MP from Faizabad at the time of demolition in 1992. It is believed the conspiracy to demolish the structure was hatched at his place Mahant Nritya Gopal Das. Head of Ayodhya’s largest temple and actively associated with the Ram Janmabhoomi movement since 1984 Ram Vilas Vedanti. Ex-BJP MP and Ram Janmabhoomi Nyas member, he claimed to have incited the mob to raze the mosque Sadhvi Rithambara. Founder-chairperson of Durga Vahini, the women’s wing of VHP; her speeches played a major role in the demolition of the masjid Champat Rai, current VHP vice-president and general secretary of Ram temple trust After a Rae Bareli court discharged former BJP chief L K Advani in the plot case in 2003 citing insufficient proof, all other co-accused were absolved by and by. The Allahabad high court upheld the orders in 2010. A year later, the CBI approached the SC to revive the conspiracy case. In 2017, SC gave its green light after quashing the HC order CASES ■ When Babri masjid was demolished on Dec 6, 1992, two cases 197/1992 and 198/1992 were registered through two FIRs at the Ram Janamabhoomi police station, Ayodhya ■ Case number 197/1992: Filed against unknown kar sevaks under IPC sections 395 (dacoity), 397(dacoity or robbery with attempt to cause death), 332 (causing hurt to deter public servants), 337, 338 (grievous hurt), 295 (injuring or defiling a place of worship with intent to insult religion of any class), 297 (trespass in any place of worship) and 153-A (promoting enmity between different groups on ground of religion) ■ Case number 198/1992: Named eight accused Askok Singhal, Giriraj Kishore, L K Advani, Murli Manohar Joshi, Vishnu Hari Dalmia, Vinay Katiyar, Uma Bharti and Sadhvi Rithambara. They were booked under Sections 153-A (promoting enmity between different groups on grounds of religion, race, place of birth, residence, language, etc., and doing acts prejudicial to maintenance of harmony), 153-B (imputations, assertions prejudicial to national-integration) and 505 IPC (intent to incite, or which is likely to incite, any class or community of persons to commit any offence against any other class or community) ■ 47 more FIRs lodged on complaints of mediapersons who were assaulted and their cameras and equipment snatched; the charges were robbery, rioting and mischief etc. OTHERS: Sakshi Maharaj, Brij Bhushan Singh, Lallu Singh (all BJP MPs); Ravindra Nath Srivastava, then Faizabad DM; Jaibhan Singh Pawaiya, then minister in MP; Mahant Dharam Das; Satish Pradhan; Acharya Dharmendra Dev; Pawan Kumar Pandey; Jai Bhagwan Goyal, Rashtrawadi Shiv Sena head; Ramji Gupta; Prakash Sharma; Dharmendra Singh Gurjar; Ram Chandra Khatri, Sudhir Kakkar, Aman Nath Goyal, Santosh Dubey, Om Prakash Pandey, Vinay Kumar Rai, Kamlesh Tripathi, Gandhi Yadav, Vijay Bahadur Singh and Naveen Bhai Shukla( all kar sevaks) 7,354 52,755 3,420 61,791 22 FRESH CASES COVID COUNT SAMPLES TESTED RECOVERIES Outrage as Hathras gang-rape victim dies EXPRESS NEWS SERVICE @New Delhi THE death of a 20-year-old gang-rape victim from Uttar Pradesh’s Hathras district around 3 am on Tuesday a day , after she was admitted at the Safdarjung hospital, sparked nationwide outrage and led to chaotic scenes outside the hospital premises. The victim’s younger brother claimed her sister’s body, was handed over to the UP police after autopsy instead of giving it to the family But the . claim couldn’t be verified with the hospital’s administration despite multiple attempts. In what brought back memories of the horrific Nirbhaya gang-rape case, the Dalit girl was left grievously injured by four men who sexually abused her on September 14. She was admitted to the Aligarh Muslim University’s Jawaharlal Nehru Medical College and Hospital (JNMCH) a week after the sexual assault. By then, her legs had paralysed and she had severe spinal cord injury and neck damage, as the accused had dragged her by her dupatta to a field near the spot in her village where she was gathering cattle fodder. She also has a deep cut on her tongue. JNMCH superintendent Dr Harris Manzur Khan said the victim was critical and on ventilator with her legs completely and arms partially paralysed when her father sought to shift her to Delhi on Monday . As news of her death spread, protests broke out at Safdarjung Hospital, Vijay Chowk and in Hathras. Leading the protest outside Safdarjung Hospital, Bhim Army chief Chandrashekar Azad said the attack represents the deteriorating law and order situation in UP “Do not test our patience. . We won’t rest until the culprits are hanged,” he said. ACTIVE CASES DEATHS E E X P R E S SDR G A S T XPRESS IEED Kuwait ruler Sheikh Sabah dies at 91 Dubai: Sheikh Sabah Al Ahmad Al Sabah, Kuwait’s ruler who drew on his decades as the oil-rich nation’s top diplomat to push for closer ties to Iraq after the 1990 Gulf War and solutions to other regional crises, died on Tuesday. He was 91. Sheikh Nawaf Al Ahmad Al Sabah is the new Emir. PM Narendra Modi said Arab world has lost a beloved leader, India a close friend, and the world a great statesman. P9 No by-elections in Kuttanad, Chavara T’Puram: The Election Commission of India (ECI) has decided not to announce the bypolls in Kuttanad and Chavara assembly segments and to five more assembly seats in three other poll-bound states. The by-elections in Kerala, Tamil Nadu, West Bengal and Assam were not announced as assembly polls will be held in these states in April-May next year. Chief Secretary Vishwas Mehta and Chief Electoral Officer Teeka Ram Meena had written to the ECI citing the ‘practical difficulties’ in holding the bypoll. P5 SNC-Lavalin: SC to hear petitions today Bhim Army chief Chandrashekhar Azad protesting the death of a Dalit gang-rape victim outside Safdarjung Hospital in New Delhi on Tuesday | SHEKHAR YADAV EXPRESS READ Venkaiah Naidu tests positive for Covid-19 New Delhi: Vice President M Venkaiah Naidu on Tuesday tested positive for Covid-19, the Vice President Secretariat said. It said Naidu, 71, is asymptomatic and in good health. “The Vice President of India who underwent a routine Covid-19 test today morning has been tested positive,” the Secretariat tweeted. Kochi: The Supreme Court on Wednesday will consider the appeal filed by CBI challenging the acquittal of CM Pinarayi Vijayan and two others in the alleged multi-crore SNC-Lavalin scam. The court has also listed the Special Leave Petitions filed by the accused challenging the High Court order directing them to face trial to find out whether they had made any gains, or whether they had their own interest or unholy nexus with SNC-Lavalin to cause unlawful gains for the company. P4 RT-PCR REPORTS Dubai rejects Kerala lab’s results after franchisee fakes 2.2k tests A M I YA M E E T H A L @ Kozhikode REGULATORY authorities in Dubai have rejected the RT-PCR Covid test report of four laboratories in India, including the Kozhikode-based Micro Health Laboratories (MHL). A fraud committed by a unit, by faking 2,200 swab samples to siphon off money, has cost the MHL labora- tory franchise dear. The rejection was communicated to those travelling to the UAE via Air India Express and Fly Dubai on the evening of September 28. Following the development, many Dubai-bound passengers were stuck at airports in Kerala after they were stopped from boarding flights as some passengers who had reached Dubai earlier with MHL Covid negative certificates tested positive there. The norms say that an international passenger has to take a Covid test within 96 hours of boarding a flight and also arrive with a Covid negative certificate. According to MHL vice-presi- dent Hamza Meladi, the laboratory’s Covid test report has been approved by Dubai authorities for passengers reaching there. “We have several franchise laboratories across Kerala where swabs are collected and sent to the MHL Corporate Office in Kozhikode for testing. But our franchisee in Valanchery -- Arma Laboratory – collected 2,621 swabs but sent only 421 for testing. For the remaining 2,200 swabs, they issued fake Covid negative certificates by editing our letter head,” Hamza said. While these 2,200 swabs were not tested at all, it is learnt that many passengers who arrived in Dubai with fake MHL certificates tested positive there, triggering action by Dubai au● More on P4 thorities. Fund frozen, Amnesty exits India, blames it on govt’s ‘witch hunt’ E X P R E S S N E W S S E R V I C E @ New Delhi NINETEEN days after its bank accounts were frozen by the Centre, Amnesty International on Tuesday announced winding up its India operations. The organisation said it was compelled to let go of its staff in India and pause its ongoing campaign and research work. Accusing the government of “incessant witch-hunt”, it claimed it was targeted for flagging human rights violations in Kashmir and during the Delhi riots. “The constant harassment by government agencies including the Enforcement Directorate is a result of our unequivocal calls for transparency in the government,” said Avinash How it Kumar, executive director of Amnesraised funds ty International India. Amnesty said it Activists said the BJP-led governoperated through ment is systematically targetting a “distinct model voices of dissent. “The clampdown of raising funds”, on Amnesty is part of a larger proadding that 1 lakh ject to attempt to silence independpeople have ent voices of dissent, which are criticontributed for its cal of the majoritarian politics of the work in India. present regime,” said bureaucrat“These cannot turned-activist Harsh Mander. have any relation Meanwhile, the Ministry of Home with the FCRA,” it Affairs said Amnesty’s statement is said far from the truth and is a ploy to influence probe into its illegalities. The MHA said Amnesty was denied permission to receive foreign funds by successive governments including UPAled governments in view of its “illegal activities”. The government also highlighted that the human rights body is not registered under FCRA and it had received permission only once and that too 20 years ago. India calls out Chinese doublespeak on LAC P U S H K A R B A N A K A R @ New Delhi INDIA on Tuesday rejected Chinese claims of the position of the Line of Actual Control (LAC) in Ladakh, saying it has never accepted the so-called unilaterally defined 1959 perception of the LAC. Under various bilateral agreements, both India and China have committed to clarification and confirmation of the LAC. “In fact, the two sides had engaged in an exercise to clarify and confirm the LAC up to 2003, but this process could not Ladakh’s proceed further as the Chinese side UT status did not show a willingness to pursue Chinese Foreign it. Therefore, the insistence now of Ministry the Chinese side that there is only spokesperson one LAC is contrary to the solemn commitments made by China in Wang Wenbin said Beijing does not these agreements,” Ministry of Exrecognise Ladakh ternal Affairs spokesperson Anurag UT and accused Srivastava said. India of illegally The response came after China on establishing Monday said it abides by the 1959 Central rule there LAC perception of then premier Zhou Enlai. Meanwhile, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson Wang Wenbin said Beijing does not recognise the Union Territory of Ladakh and accused India of illegally establishing Central rule there. “China does not recognise the so-called Union Territory of Ladakh, which was illegally established by India, and opposes infrastructure construction in disputed border areas for military control purposes,” Wang said. STAFF SHORTAGE HITS T’PURAM MED COLLEGE District-wise figures a Kerala has been witnessing of positive surge in the number look at the cases. Here’s a statistics Kasaragod l 10464 l2509 l453 l 52 CONFIRMED cases treatment PATIENTS under on Monday POSITIVE cases CONFIRMED deaths com ID TRACKER ERALA COV Knewindianexpress Idukki Kannur 7 l10970 l4405l432l4 Kollam WEDNESDAY 04 KOTTAYAM 7354 1,87,276 61,791 NEW CASES ON TUESDAY POSITIVE CASES SO FAR PEOPLE UNDER TREATMENT 1,24,688 PEOPLE DISCHARGED 719 30 09 2020 l TRAVEL MODE By air By sea By road By rail DEATHS TOTAL Kozhikode l TOTAL PASSENGERS 5,53,554 1,884 3,70,057 92,678 10,18,173 HOME QUARANTINED INSTITUTION QUARANTINED 4,27,000 514 3,61,589 90,092 8,79,195 IN HOSPITAL ISOLATION 34,989 1,101 8,315 1,848 46,253 3,368 6 153 150 in number of a lot of pressure on MCH 44 l3429 l 798l169l l 17176l 7084l patients is putting l12825 l 4875 l484l 49 l 21566 l5257 l1040 l 71 Alappuzha T’Puram l33,495 l10405 l935 l220 Palakkad l 11232 l 3629 l 374 l 30 Pathanamthitta l7559 5 l 1974 l 271l Inadequate staff nurses, nursing assistants and cleaning staff are the primary reasons for the decline in the quality of treatment at the T’Puram Medical College, which has come under severe pressure. P2 l 13582l4113 l524 l37 does Kerala stand? steadily Test & infection: Wherewith the state health departmentspread of cases, the a surge in Covid-19 and thereby, contain number of Kerala has been witnessing tests to identify new patients the of daily TNIE takes a look at is done with increasing the number total of 52,755 samples were tested. a rate. Also, a comparison rate**. infection. On Tuesday, the past 10 days and the positivity over testing trend and positivity tests done in the state the most active cases based on the five other states with TESTS CONDUCTED IN THE LAST 10 DAYS IN KERALA of No. of tests No. +ve cases Date officials Challenges mount, their best stress they are doing Covid and non-Covid 859l 61 l10275 l3923l336l18 57l 3 l3635 l878l Thrissur Malappuram Wayanad Ernakulam l 13191 l5307 l 583l51 l 837l70 Kottayam 3,677 e of collapse in Tertiary care on vergrtage hits MCH capital as staff sho Alarming rise l17877 l6634 Sep 20 33,837 Sep 21 31,779 Test positivity rate (%) 4,696 13.87 2,910 9.15 12 4,125 34,397 Sep 22 14.8 5,376 36,138 was in critiSep 23 a patient who 17.09 (MCH) the wound of 6,324 36,991 College Hospital MAGGOTS infesting Sep 24 over the to reGovernment Medical 17.15 authorities failed had serious concerns 6,477 cal care at the In August, the 37,754 who hapuram raises Sep 25 of a patient — in Thiruvanant care provided at the hospital. non-Covid 18.13 move the body hours — in the Covid and 7,006 G O P I K A I S @T’Puram 38,643 quality of tertiary in the number of Covid in the early ensualso caters Sep 26 rise 19.34 breakfast. The patients died on MCH which The alarming 7,445 before serving subsided, and the Food served to a lot of pressure Tamil Nadu. 38,485 THREE suicides. A patient discharged ward Sep 27 districts and even patients is putting uproar has barely of a storm again, 12.40 cleaning staff neighbouring 4,538 near a dead body. ed wound. Troubles at ing to patients from nurses, nursing assistants and is in the eye 36,570 the of treatSep 28 staff maggot-infest Medi- hospital discharge of a patient from in the quality with 13.93 decline Inadequate of the Government 7,354 457 nursing with the reasons for the in his wound. 52,755 the Covid ward rate, are the primary more staff nurses, in Thiruvanan- Covid ward with maggots Sep 29* health derequested 858 personnel to enin terms of test positivity cal College Hospital Each time, the a probe ment. MCH has assistants and 408 cleaning measures behind Maharashtra, never-ending. care. Kerala was placed second, and the need for tightening precautionary thapuram appears numpartment launched with quality medical *On September 29, the sure conducted gravity of the situation In June, when cases in is currently dealing 83 of and the hospital But which underlines the The hospital patients, Turn of events ber of coronavirus Covid positive inter nal inquiries. non-CovcomparaACTIVE CASES more than 450 seems to suicides and around 600 MOST NUMBER OF the district was nothing much Tamil Nadu June 10 - Two writSIX STATES WITH UP MCH was official whom are critical, Kerala TESTING TREND OF changed. A top CovCovid ward tively less, the have been repeatedly govin have cenAndhra Pradesh id patients. “We said the state 9,787 M’rashtra K’Taka 4,297 the prime treatment of authorities and with the hospital by many 1,654 was suicide ing to district 6,497 July 16 - Third more staff, especially tre. The first suicide was 4,752 161 id care is plaguedcrunch to 77 who ernment demanding senior MCH official. 2 in Covid ward No. of tests 6,968 an Anad native 71 said a issues, from staff after 30 1.64 l supstaff nurses,” of staff nurs1.79 583 shortage set to be discharged es0.12 giving psychologica +ve cases on the day August 25 - Food 1.09 He had “There is an acute Such untoward Staff 0.63 near testing negative. ward the port to patients. 12,605 hapserved to patients and dis8,368 and nursing assistants. Positivity rate 8.36 3,043 requirement es caped the Covid and was “The latest incident 9,504 are being highlighted a dead body 15,728 938 the patient at MCH incidents the media. This would demoral256 previous day of tests 14,096 58 pened because No. on his Next morn131 cussed by working day and 141 7.44 September 28 brought back. has a serious wound 3.05 2,940 We Staff nurse - ise scores of health staff was found 1.90 treating it the pandemic. +ve cases on the day 1.37 Discharged patient’s ing, the patient neck. We were 0.89 858 (490 for night tirelessly to fight room. The be schedules and, somehow a body found to Positivity rate 20.85 hanging in his happened carefully but 30,242 non-Covid have been stretching their be19,954 to have hapto patients ratio 6,833 infested with maggots second incident the same lapse seems 18,114 patients, 368 for sometimes, the nurse of 15,588 3,943 necessarily 664 on the evening .” pened, and not negative, 131 No. of tests 23,643 Covid patients) comes too heavy 704 he tested 947 13.03 day when a Nedumangad +ve’ 3.32 4,878 our side. After to his house in an himself. 1.91 Nursing ‘300 health workers tested +ve cases on the day 3.88 native hanged observation as he was from moved 6.07 healththe patient was that he got 61,202 minimum of 300 posiHe was under assistants - 457 88,967 Positivity rate 20.63 It’s also possible of a Covid patient. 20,072 official said a 70,068 MCH have tested (261 for non- The the primary contact July, was that of a ambulance. there. We are conducting 38,095 5,864 from 3,705 workers at the in Accordfound to 506 No. of tests 54,091 the infected Covid patients, care since the pandemic outbreak. at the The third suicide, 10,167 inquiry and anyone treatment at 6,128 7.80 native under in an internal 4.16 11,147 for Covid tive of cleaning the the bed strength in ad196 Kollam 8.23 of over a week authorities, +ve cases on the day is shirked the duty said. 14.51 patients) ing to 13.22 same ward. Delays after Covid tests have will be answerable,” official around 1,954 which and a 83,250 bodies MCH comes to Positivity rate 21.74 wound ity block 1,39,650 26,146 handing over - dition to the multi-special . the 63,077 controversy Cleaning staff 66,957 the outbreak, 6,495 RISK’ also created a 6,175 2,154 (227 for few other wards. Afterwith scores of critiNo. of tests 75,445 ARE TAKING HIGH 408 ‘WE 10,603 8,852 7.80 in the Covid 4.42 non-Covid MCH has been juggling others. 16,408 FEAR OF INFECTION 8.23 “One third of those +ve cases on the day 16.80 Covid and who were also stressed an influx 13.22 OVER 1,000 patients, 181 for cal patients, 80,465 pool are patients there has been with the hospital 1,51,818 Positivity rate 21.74 positive PATIENTS A nurse 36,570 “Those working TNIE has learnt Covid patients) after the declaration 66,121 contacts of Covid fear of infection. patients a for 58,862 5,598 AT A TIME on the positive 3,790 of non-Covid segment are at around 800 beds 4,538 No. of tests 56,735 persons but not in the non-Covid 5,487 they may have “We have dedicated less protective 6,892 6.95 staff to manage The MCH treats themselves. But 2.49 11,921 greater risk with of unlock measures. but don’t have enough 12.40 They the Cen+ve cases on the day this is a serious 13.93 over 400 Covid serious comorbidities. Some by the state and 11.70 equipment. While efforts of all non-Covid patients, care. and rate 21.01 the the protocol issued Covid patients admitted patients Positivity require on-to-one lapse, branding is patients as per With almost all as insufficient close to 600 crippling. patients have asymptomatic medical staff here tre,” said the official. the staff shortage is is the she said. to provide non-Covid (KGNA) state **Positivity rate family members unfair to the fraternity,” there being bedridden, We are Nurses Association in the staffgap patients at a percentage of people psychological support. The Kerala Government there is a huge which has albe to psychological time. The Hameed said us, who are found STAFF’ also providing secretary Nisha easy to put the blame on virus than are taking is ‘LACK OF SUPPORTING hospital has “It’s infected by the help. The risk we to suspend a nurse Only to see patient ratio. the Kerala are And it’s easy BS the fault. 505 doctors from those who A doctor representing high and it’s discouraging Compiled by Shibu Teachers ways been happening. people responsible for to Medical College being tested once or twice and 1,500 PG against the efforts being trivialised Government the for rounds take action while there medical doctors are coming staff are taking care of paAssociation said, because of unfortunate official. post graduate the number of an MCH and the nursing come for rounds. Even if students and are enough doctors,is much less. incidents,” said the Covid wards house are equally rethe senior doctors CROSS WORD supporting staff tients. None of our neglect, doctors patients, they surgeons. because of crunching screened the this happened Test your number they come and puzzle Nisha said. sponsible. Had skill with our unique the maggot issue,” would have noticed N @T’Puram SHAINU MOHA April 30 Kalyan Singh. Was UP chief minister. Had given Supreme Court an undertaking that he will not allow any damage to the mosque T H E STO RY SO FA R that only a limited number of people should be present at social and political events. He said the government will bring out new guidelines on limiting crowds on the basis of the consensus arrived at the meeting. The chief minister said the UDF had already suspended protests realising the gravity of the situation. About the BJP’s stance May 30 Murli Manohar Joshi. Was BJP president when the mosque was demolished; he was also at the site and addressed kar sevaks CM asks political parties to sensitise people on Covid protocol June 30 L K Advani. Was only an MP at that time. Gave a speech to kar sevaks before Babri masjid was brought down, earlier in 1990 he had led a rath yatra Did Advani and others conspire to raze the Babri masjid in 1992? A special CBI court in Lucknow will deliver its verdict today BJP says it will not stop its protests july 30 ACCUS E D FAC I N G T R I A L Congress criticises govt over lack of clarity in the guidelines on treating high-risk and non-Covid patients that it will not stop its protests, Pinarayi said the saffron party has, however, agreed to conduct such protests adhering to protocol. The CM also called on political parties to sensitise people at the local level on the importance of following Covid protocol. The Congress pointed out that there has not been much progress on the number of tests conducted everyday. KPCC vice-president Sooranad Rajasekharan, who attended the meeting, urged local bodies to intervene more effectively to prevent the Covid spread. The main Opposition party also suggested operating more buses to prevent crowding and criticised the government over lack of clarity in the guidelines on treating high-risk and non-Covid patients. P4 August 30 BIG-TICKET BABRI PLOT VERDICT TODAY AN all-party meeting, convened by the chief minister here on Tuesday to discuss steps to arrest Covid spread, agreed on limiting the number of people at social functions as well as during political protests, even as it ruled out lockdown as a solution to tackle the worsening situation. Briefing reporters on the outcome of the all-party meet, Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan said the parties were of the view that a united effort was necessary to tackle the pandemic and extended support to the interventions planned by the government to ensure strict adherence to Covid protocol. 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