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  1. Different media channels have reported different numbers. Let us take the minimum number 1700 as COVID positive in Kumbhamela area. Ee 1700 people entha mandini contact ayyintuaru during that event? Again these newly infected people went back to their places and infected many more. Apart from this, read stories like this Kumbh Mela, Haridwar: On 15 April, I was sitting in my hotel room in Haridwar, filing a report on the Kumbh Mela’s third shahi snaan (royal bath), when at 8.44 am, I got a text message (image below) from the Government of India saying my sample for a Rapid Antigen Test (RAT) had been successfully collected, along with the routine advice to isolate. That’s odd, I thought. Curious, I clicked on the link that accompanied the message. A PDF (embedded below) of the ICMR Specimen Referral Form, complete with my name and phone number, opened up. It showed that my sample had been collected in Haridwar and that my result was negative. This outcome would have not been alarming, except that I had never taken a RAT, had not filled out any Specimen Referral Form (SRF) and wasn’t at any testing facility at the time my sample was purportedly collected. In fact, at the time I was sitting in my hotel, typing out a story. https://www.google.com/amp/s/theprint.in/iwitness/testing-negative-without-even-giving-a-sample-what-happened-when-i-went-to-kumbh-mela/642232/%3famp That is why it is called a super spreader event.
  2. Miru scientist ayyi vundi miku artham kaledu ante nenu nammanu. What is the distance they follow and what is the density of people attended?
  3. Most large rockets perform a controlled re-entry when they return from their missions in space, with operators often taking care to land them in the ocean and avoid any potentially inhabited areas. However, the China National Space Administration has a history of allowing its spacecraft to perform uncontrolled re-entries, sometimes even smashing down into populated areas. The most likely outcome for this rocket core is for it to touch down somewhere in water as well, because oceans cover the majority of the planet, but we won’t know for sure until it lands. That is expected to happen between 5 May and 8 May. Read more: https://www.newscientist.com/article/2276526-chinese-rocket-is-hurtling-back-to-earth-after-space-station-launch/#ixzz6uF1ZKb1p
  4. Strict lock down measures with scientific planning to combat the spread would drastically reduce that number. India should also allow mRNA based vaccines in the country.
  5. CDC is not aware of any scientific reports of the virus that causes COVID-19 spreading to people through the water in pools, hot tubs, water playgrounds, or other treated aquatic venues. https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/community/parks-rec/aquatic-venues.html It is true that Kumbhamela is one of the main reasons for the rapid spread of COVID in India. We can’t compare small water bodies like pools, tubs with a massive event like Kumbhamela. But the statement that COVID doesn’t spread through water may hold true.
  6. Scientifically this may be true. Hot water baths are open in USA all through the pandemic.
  7. What I thought was, may be it is possible to separate a satellite’s main purpose functionality from its regulation activity. Just a normal doubt
  8. Orbit lo satellite insertion ni regulate chesinatlu, break ainappudu fall down ni kooda regulate chesthe baguntundhi.
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