Connect with us

News

Terms and Conditions – rexoxer

Published

on

You agree to hold rexoxer, its affiliates, reporters, directors and employees harmless from and defend them against any claims, costs, damages, losses, expenses, and any other liabilities, including lawyers’ fees and costs, arising out of or related to your access to or use of rexoxer, your violation of this user agreement, and/or your violation of the rights of any third party or person.

rexoxer do not make any representations or warranties of any kind, express or implied, about the completeness, accuracy, authenticity, reliability, suitability or availability with respect to the website or the information, products, services, or related graphics contained on the website for any purpose nor does NewsDio make any warranty that the website will be uninterrupted or error free or as to the results that may be obtained from use of the website or the information contained therein. Any reliance you place on such information/service/products/ graphics and/or the website is therefore purely and strictly at your own risk and consequences.

We will not be responsible for any special, consequential, indirect, incidental, punitive, reliance, or exemplary damages, whether in tort, contract, or any other legal theory, arising out of or in any way connected with this agreement or your use of or attempt to use rexoxer, including (but not limited to) damages for loss of profits, goodwill, use, or data. This limitation on liability shall not be affected even if we have been advised of the possibility of such damages.

You agree to release us, our affiliates, and third-party service providers, and each associated director, employee, agents, and officers, from claims, demands, and damages (actual and consequential), of every kind and nature, known and unknown, disclosed or undisclosed, arising out of or in any way connected to your use of rexoxer.

Any claim or dispute between you and us arising out of or relating to this user agreement, in whole or in part, shall be governed by the laws of India and city of Bengaluru without respect to its conflict of laws provisions.

Continue Reading

News

South Africans who tested Covid positive in India infected with Delta variant, says official

Published

on

Representational image | Waldo Swiegers | Bloomberg


Text Size:

Bengaluru: The two South African nationals who tested positive for COVID-19 were found to be infected with the delta variant, an official said.

Both the South African nationals were infected with the delta variant, the Bengaluru Rural district official said requesting anonymity.

He further said the duo was tested positive on November 11 and November 20 debunking the fear of any possible spread of the new COVID-19 variant ‘Omicron’, which has become a new cause of worry globally.

According to him, from November 1 to 26, 94 people had come from South Africa, out of them two were tested positive for regular Covid-19.

The official also said the two infected persons have been quarantined, are being monitored by the authorities and their samples have been sent for further tests to ascertain the variant.

The new potentially more contagious B.1.1.529 variant was first reported to the World Health Organisation (WHO) from South Africa on November 24, and has also been identified in Botswana, Belgium, Hong Kong, Israel and the UK.

Amid fear of Omicron variant of COVID-19, Karnataka has decided to intensify screening of international passengers at airports and make RT-PCR test report compulsory for those arriving from Kerala and Maharashtra, an official statement said.

“The Chief Minister has instructed the officials to go on an aggressive campaign to trace those who have not taken the second dose of the vaccine and cover them at the earliest,” the statement read.

It was also decided to impose a temporary ban on cultural programmes in schools and colleges, make second dose of vaccination compulsory for those working in government offices, malls, hotels, cinema halls, zoos, swimming pools and libraries.

The slew of decisions taken by the government include strict vigil in the areas bordering Kerala and Maharashtra, the RT-PCR negative report compulsory for those entering the state from Kerala and Maharashtra, compulsory RT-PCR test again for students from Kerala who arrived in the last 16 days and students in hostels who have got negative RT-PCR test report would have to get the test done again on the seventh day after the first report.

The government also instructed to conduct more intense testing for students in medical and nursing colleges and intensify screening of international travellers at airports.

It also decided not to let in people who test positive for COVID-19 and they will be sent to hospitals for treatment.

The state has also decided to give booster dose of the vaccine to prevent the third wave of COVID-19.

“We have urged the union government to allow the state to administer the booster dose, especially for frontline workers. We may get the go ahead from the Centre in a week,” Revenue Minister R Ashoka was quoted as saying in the statement.


Also read: Concerns rise about India’s cricket tour of South Africa amid Omicron variant spread


 

Subscribe to our channels on YouTube & Telegram

Why news media is in crisis & How you can fix it

India needs free, fair, non-hyphenated and questioning journalism even more as it faces multiple crises.

But the news media is in a crisis of its own. There have been brutal layoffs and pay-cuts. The best of journalism is shrinking, yielding to crude prime-time spectacle.

ThePrint has the finest young reporters, columnists and editors working for it. Sustaining journalism of this quality needs smart and thinking people like you to pay for it. Whether you live in India or overseas, you can do it here.

Support Our Journalism