Finally India Gets a Lock-down

Indian PM Modi finally made the correct call in locking down India for 21 days to slow the spread of COVID-19. India is going to pump ~$2B or ~$7.6B(PPP-purchasing power parity) in medical care to prop up medical facilities including testing facilities, hospital infrastructure, ventilators, etc. The middle Road highly recommends the Government of India to divert corporate social responsibility funds through the public-private partnership route. Indian economy will go through a rough patch but still have a positive growth unlike an overwhelming majority of the economies globally. The middle Road model positively looks at an increased level of productivity within the economy post the lock-down through increased employee commitment and an exponential rise of technology-enabled within the society. 

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