Lessons not learnt in India after two year struggle with Covid.
1. No mask and social distancing
2. Spitting in open every where
3. Smoking tobacco, exhaling with zero concern for others
4. Blowing nose, wiping on wall, seats.
5. Gargling wherever they feel like
This is across various cities. God help us.
On top of that policy makers who arent really connected to pulse on the ground. more
Looking to the present situation when many states/districts are now covid free, various state governments have now made masking optional. In a country like ours with such denced population, maintaining social distancing is not at all, practically possible, neither it was strictly followed even while the nation was reeling under the epidemic. It gives good sound on papers only. To stop spitting/blowing nose on roads and other public places, the local authorities need to heavily come down on the perpetrators but they won't do it to keep their vote banks intact. Even the local authorities do not feel it necessary to display notice boards on roads and in public places cautioning against such dirty acts. Smoking in public places have come down substantially, to say, 90% or so by now. Very few are now found smoking in such places. more
I Absolutely Agree with Nikita... the people as well as authorities must become vigilant ... Covid norms protocols of masking and social distancing have to be immediately re-enforced with strictness /fines / penalties ... That's the only way of controlling the ignorant population with filthy habits ... No other measure can be successful more
Follow yourselves. No need to advise peoples. more
As a social organization you can create an awareness campaign to keep them and their surroundings clean. Clean habit practice, a demonstration video of clean habits. more