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Why Kerala is reporting more cases than others states in India?

Experts have been keeping a close watch on the number of cases coming from Kerala as it has seen an increase in recent times. In comparison to other states in India, numbers of cases are relatively high in Kerala. The … Continue reading

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COVID-19 Delta Variant is affecting people with full vaccination

Delta variant is considered to be fittest and fastest than all the version of coronavirus present now. It has been spread almost everywhere in the world. As various countries are ready loosen some restriction connected COVID-19 and open their economies, … Continue reading

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US regulators list a rare neurological disorder as possible risk with J&J COVID-19 vaccine

Recently, US regulators have flagged Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine for a link to a dangerous and rare neurological reaction. However, it cannot be told clearly that the vaccine is creating the problem solely. Guillain Barre Syndrome Warning against the … Continue reading

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Coronavirus vaccine: what is vaccine shedding? Is side-effects contagious?

COVID-19 vaccines are one of the best ways to avoid the risk related to coronavirus infection. Following to the vaccine, you may able to step out of the house without any worries. However, some people are still hesitant before taking … Continue reading

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Serosurvey shows 68% Indians have antibodies against COVID-19 while one-third is still vulnerable

Just a day ago, fourth national serosurvey report have been released by the Union Health Ministry. The findings from the survey highlight that two third of the Indian popular with the age above six years have developed COVID-19 antibodies. However, … Continue reading

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How Delta variant of Coronavirus is spreading all over the globe

One of the first cases of coronavirus with delta variant has been reported from the Maharastra Vidarbha region. Now, it can be found in more than 100 countries. It is certainly one of the widely available variant of coronavirus at … Continue reading

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How to gain your health back after the pandemic

If you look at your weight then you may find that you have become heavier in comparison to the time when the pandemic has started. Healthy habits may have been ignored while you have stayed back in home and worked … Continue reading

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Olympics during the time of COVID-19: 3 athletes test positive with coronavirus, 2 of them are residing in Olympic village

Due to rampant nature of COVID-19 last year, organizing country Japan has decided to postpone it. Originally, Olympic is scheduled to be held on 2020. However, it is going to begin from 23rd July, 2021 following to the coronavirus pandemic. … Continue reading

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“It was ‘premature’ to rule out Covid lab leak” – says WHO chief

Head of WHO has said that it has been premature to rule out the possibility of lab leak as a cause of COVID-19 pandemic emergence. It has been requested to China to become more open and transparent regarding this issue. … Continue reading

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Third wave of COVID-19 is expected to hit India by August end, not going to be severe than second wave – says ICMR

According to the experts, third wave of COVID-19 may start in India from the end of August. However, it may not be as severe like the second one. Dr. Samiran Panda, head of epidemiology and infectious disease of ICMR has … Continue reading

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Reason behind strong side effects after second dose of COVID-19 vaccine in some cases

So, are you ready to get second dose of coronavirus vaccine? It has been proved already that coronavirus vaccine can reduce severity of the infection. Chances of encountering an infection and its long terms implications can be reduced also. People … Continue reading

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Predictions about third wave of COVID-19 should not be taken as ‘weather report’ – warns Govt

According to the government, COVID-19 third wave predictions should be taken seriously. If people continue to disregard coronavirus restrictions then improvement made so far can become ineffective. Joint Secretary of Health Ministry, Lauv Aggarwal has said this in the midst … Continue reading

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US Coronavirus Advisor describes COVID-19 Delta Strain as a “Nasty Variant”

Chief coronavirus advisor of USA Dr. Anthony Fauci has referred delta strain of COVID-19 as a ‘nasty variant’. Fauci has said “It is very clear that this is a nasty variant. It has a much greater capacity of transmitting from … Continue reading

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COVID-19 vaccine by Zydus Cadila is expected to be approved this week; But supply may start from August

Drug regulator of India is expected to give a nod to the COVID-19 vaccine that has been developed by Zydus Cadila. It is going to be used by the children above the age of 12 years. Trials have been done … Continue reading

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Do fully vaccinated people need to wear a mask?

In the United States of America, 156 million people have been vaccinated completely. It has been reported that the vaccine is very effective against all the variants of coronavirus which also includes rapidly spreading delta variant. However, some of the … Continue reading

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Coronavirus Lambda Variant is deadlier than Delta – says Experts

Between the month of May and June, 82% coronavirus cases reported have Lambda variant in Peru. Euro News has released the reports while mentioning the data of Pan American Health Organization. Recently, a new strain of coronavirus has emerged which … Continue reading

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UK lifts Coronavirus Lockdown and Face Masks become a ‘personal choice’

Face masks are used as a layer of protection against the coronavirus. However, it is not going to be mandatory in UK hereon. Face mask will become a personal choice following to the complete lift of the lockdown. From the … Continue reading

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Biosensor attached face mask to detect coronavirus within 90 minutes

Coronavirus has changed the entire world. Face mask has become a part of our dress code. From the common people to the celebrities, everyone is wearing face mask. Therefore, diverse kinds of face masks have become available in the market. … Continue reading

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Sputnik V will be available in India from next week

Gamaleya National Center of Russia has developed the Sputnik V vaccine to fight against the coronavirus. Niti Aayog of India has said that it is going to be made available in the country from next week. Dr. V K Paul, … Continue reading

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“World could have prevented COVID catastrophe” – says expert

COVID-19 pandemic could have been stopped from going to a catastrophic scale according to a global independent panel of experts. However, poor coordination and hesitation have made it worse as everyone has ignored the warning signs. The Independent Panel for … Continue reading

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Is it possible to mix and match vaccine???

Virologist Gagandeep Kang has said that the number of coronavirus cases in India may start to decrease from the end of May. Dr. Kang has said “Best guess estimates from a number of models put this somewhere between the middle … Continue reading

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COVID-19 surge may start to reduce from the end of May – according to virologist Gagandeep Kang

Virologist Gagandeep Kang has said that the number of coronavirus cases in India may start to decrease from the end of May. Dr. Kang has said “Best guess estimates from a number of models put this somewhere between the middle … Continue reading

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“Third Covid wave inevitable, didn’t foresee current ferocity” – says the scientific advisor to Prime Minister

Principal scientific advisor to Prime Minister has said that third wave of coronavirus is inevitable due to high level of virus circulation all over the country at the moment. However, they cannot say about the time frame. On the occasion, … Continue reading

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Children account 22% of the new COVID-19 cases in US

Few cases of coronavirus can be seen among the children at the very beginning of the year. Based on the data, it has been only one-fifth of the new coronavirus cases in USA. However, the data may surprise you on … Continue reading

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How coronavirus cases are being classified?

UK health authorities have said that two variants have been found with B. 1.617 lineage which is also known as the Indian variant of the coronavirus. It is a variant that is under investigation at the moment. Till now, 400 … Continue reading

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Covaxin has shown positive results against the Indian, Brazilian and British variant

New study has been conducted by ICMR or Indian Council of Medical Research to know about the effectiveness of Covaxin against the Brazilian variant of COVID-19 which is also recognized as the SARS – CoV- 2, B. 1. 128. 2. … Continue reading

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India should prepare itself for the long term effect of coronavirus

Impact of the second wave of coronavirus in India is quite evident at the moment on its healthcare system with the oxygen shortage, lack of hospital beds, lesser number of testing and treatment issues. New studies have suggested that healthcare … Continue reading

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India is the second most worst COVID-19 hit countries in the world; however certainly worst unofficially

India has the second highest number of COVID-19 cases in the world. It has already surpassed Brazil in terms of numbers and only next to United States at the moment. However, experts have said the actual number of coronavirus cases … Continue reading

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Why COVID crisis in India can impact the entire world?

Looking at the disturbing scenes in India, entire world is shocked. Numbers of cases are increasing with each passing day. However, it may not be a pressing matter only for India. It is possible to see impact of this crisis … Continue reading

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India’s Covaxin to neutralize ‘617’ COVID-19 variants says Dr Fauci

Home grown COVID-19 vaccine from India has found to be neutralizing 617 variant of coronavirus according to the chief medical adviser of White House and also a pandemic expert Dr. Anthony Fauci. While taking to the reporters, Fauci has said … Continue reading

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Is it possible to achieve herd immunity against the coronavirus?

Both the virologists and immunologists have been questioning the idea of herd immunity against the coronavirus at the moment. Following to the infection or vaccination, immunity against the coronavirus may start to wane. Impact of the coronavirus variant may play … Continue reading

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Biggest Coronavirus Crisis is set to hit India and tightening its grip

Over three lakhs infections are being seen in India every day. Second wave of coronavirus in India has been increasing its power like a tsunami. Right now, India has become the coronavirus hotspot. Records are being set everyday with highest … Continue reading

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Treatment guidelines issued by AIIMS for COVID- 19 cases

All India Institute of Medical Sciences based in New Delhi has issued new guidelines for the treatment of coronavirus that are being observed among the adult patients mostly. According to the seriousness of the disease, treatment is suggested. There are … Continue reading

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Triple Mutant Variant is found in India and it increases worries in the midst of COVID-19 second wave

Over three lakh of daily coronavirus cases are seen daily now with the death count of 2000 in mere 24 hours. It is the highest number since the pandemic has started to roll out in India. Due to a new … Continue reading

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Why COVID 19 surge in India is different this time

More than 1,350 deaths have been reported in India on Friday. It is the highest number since the beginning of pandemic. On the next day, the numbers have jumped to 1500. Till now, one of the silver linings of the … Continue reading

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Guide for safely commuting through underground

United Kingdom is slowly coming back to its normal state as the number of the coronavirus cases have been decreasing. One of the important parts of the life is transportation from a place to another. Gradually, schools, offices and stores … Continue reading

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Is Coronavirus airborne? – Here are the reasons in support by experts

SARS-CoV-2 is the virus that causes COVID-19. In addition to the droplets, COVID-19 can spread through air also according to the study published by Lancet. Six expert analysts from UK, Canada and US have said “There is consistent, strong evidence … Continue reading

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Are people with diabetes, cancer and blood pressure more prone to get COVID-19?

Once again, coronavirus is spreading at a rapid rate in various countries. New wave of coronavirus has been observed in the countries like Brazil and India especially. Now, a list has been shared about the people who are more vulnerable … Continue reading

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Virus still growing exponentially – says WHO

Most of the people are curious to know whether the lockdown days are over or not. Britain has to go through one of the strictest lockdown due to massive surge of coronavirus within the country along with the presence of … Continue reading

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Sputnik Vaccine is more effective on the mutation according to the Russian manufacturer

Sputnik V vaccine from Russia is the third vaccine that has been cleared by Indian government for emergency use. It is said to be effective on the mutant strain also. By the Russian Direct Investment Fund or RDIF, the effectiveness … Continue reading

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New Oral Symptoms of COVID-19 along loss of taste to stay aware of

In the beginning of Coronavirus, loss of smell and taste has come across as one of the common symptoms. To get rid of these symptoms, lot of time may be needed. Sometimes, these symptoms have been seen in more than … Continue reading

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COVID vaccine from China has shown low effectiveness and they are looking for alternatives – admits Chinese official

Chinese disease control top official admits about the low effectiveness of Chinese vaccines. In order to give a boost, experts are thinking about mixing it with another vaccine. Director of China Centers for Disease Control named Gao Fu has said … Continue reading

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Rules You Should Abide By while Meeting Loved Ones in Pandemic Times

Lockdown has been lifted in several countries throughout the world gradually. People have been allowed to eat at restaurants or grab a drink at a bar. In this list to do, you may find shopping in nearest malls also. One … Continue reading

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Can Allergy Symptoms Reduce as You wear a Mask?

It’s Spring Time. So, the temperature has started to rise once again. People have been looking forward to go outside the house and take in some fresh air. Most of the people are definitely excited about the spring and summer … Continue reading

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Japan has given birth to new coronavirus variant called ‘Eek’ and it has lower protection against the vaccine

Coronavirus mutation is happening throughout the world due to various reasons. Following to the UK variant, Brazil variant and South Africa variant, a new variant has been found in Japan and it has been named ‘Eek’. Scientists have given this … Continue reading

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Re-infection Possibilities in COVID-19 patients

Discussion among the scientists and medical professionals can be seen regarding chances of re-infection among the COVID-19 patient. On the occasion, experts have been curious to know whether a COVID-19 patient can gain a permanent immunity over the virus. In … Continue reading

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Russia registers the world’s first vaccine for animals called Carnivac-Cov

First animal vaccine for COVID-19 has been registered by Russia. To ensure the safety of agriculture, Rosselknoznandzor from Russia has said “The immunity lasts for six months after the vaccination, but the dose’s developers are continuing to analyse this” Mass … Continue reading

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Origin of COVID-19 through an incident in laboratory ‘extremely unlikely’: reports WHO

By the World Health Organization or WHO, a report has been released on COVID-19 origin global tracing. It has been a joint research of WHO in collaboration with China. On the occasion, Researchers have given importance on the virus pathways … Continue reading

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COVID-19: What is ahead of India in 45 days?

Right now, India has been facing the second wave of coronavirus pandemic. Prior to this second wave, India has experienced a significant amount of decrease in the number of cases between September and February. During the time, number of cases … Continue reading

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COVID-19 vaccine is 100% effective in the teenager according to Pfizer

According to Pfizer, COVID-19 vaccine is 100% safe to be used by the children between the age of 12 and 15. In addition, the vaccine is considered to be effective to ward off any illness due to coronavirus also. Dr. … Continue reading

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Ease of COVID-19 rules and regulations has caused surge in cases in USA and President Biden wants to impose mask mandates

Recently, US President Joe Biden has asked the states to ask its citizen to wear mask once again as a mandatory measure to curb the spread of COVID-19. Right now, 63,000 new cases can be seen in USA every day. … Continue reading

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UK variant is not more contagious in comparison to Indian strain according to NIV

Coronavirus UK variant is not more transferrable than the Indian variant that has become so prevalent in India. On the issue, National Institute of Virology, Pune has conducted research and come to this conclusion. On the occasion, study has been … Continue reading

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Why COVID-19 crisis in Brazil has become threat for the world

Coronavirus pandemic situation is worsening in Brazil at the moment due to a second wave. 70,000 cases are being reported daily with more than 2000 deaths every day. In the John Hopkins University of Medicine, data has been found that … Continue reading

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Double Mutant COVID Strain found in 18 states of India

Fresh surge in the number of coronvirus cases in India has become a matter of major concern. It has definitely placed India on the verge of coronavirus second wave. In the last 72 hours, 1.35 lakh cases have been reported … Continue reading

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‘R’ factor is the highest in India in a year, what does it mean with the rise of COVID-19 cases once again

Coronavirus cases have increased in India at an alarming rate once again. More than 131,750 people have been infected over the span of 72 hours. R or reproduction rate of COVID-19 has reached at 1.32 which is considered to be … Continue reading

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Oral vaccine in the form of capsule is being developed by an Indian pharma company

In the future, you may able to take oral vaccine in the form of capsule for coronavirus also. Several pharmaceutical companies have been developing oral vaccines all over the world at the moment. Latest oral vaccine for coronavirus is being … Continue reading

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Everything you want to about Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine

Both the regulators in UK and EU have ruled out the connection between Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine and blood clotting. As a result, several countries have started the vaccination process with the Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine once again following to temporary pause due to … Continue reading

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Is India on the verge of second wave of coronavirus?

Couple of days ago, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has met with chief ministers of states to address the issues of coronavirus case surge all over India. Due to this reason, the government officials have become really worried. Most of … Continue reading

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Long COVID: Symptoms that may put you in the risk of having post-COVID syndrome

Increase in the number of COVID-19 cases can be seen once again in various places of the world. Sometime, people can suffer from Long COVID also. Some of patients have been reporting that their symptoms are persisting even long after … Continue reading

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“Coronavirus Will Prove To Be Seasonal, If It Persists For Many Years” – says United Nations

According to the United Nation, coronavirus may be become a seasonal disease in the future. However, they have warned people not to relax coronavirus measures even if there are signs of slowing down of coronavirus in the area. Coronavirus cases … Continue reading

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How to return into the normal routine after lockdown in UK

Recently, UK Government has made an announcement regarding their road map after the coronavirus lockdown and safe return to normal life. Following to the vaccination process, progress is expected. Gradual transition from lockdown to a normal routine in some extent … Continue reading

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COVID-19 vaccine created antibodies may be less effective with some coronavirus variant

New studies have suggested that antibodies created by some of the COVID-19 vaccines may be less effective to neutralize new variant of coronavirus. Most of the novel coronavirus with new variant have been reported in UK, South Africa and Brazil. … Continue reading

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Denmark, Iceland and Norway has order to stop the usage of AstraZeneca vaccine

On Thursday, Denmark, Iceland and Norway have decided to suspend the usage of coronavirus vaccine AstraZeneza due to incidents of blood clotting in the patient after inoculation. In the beginning, Denmark has issued the order. During the time, the official … Continue reading

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Vaccine Nationalism is criticized by UN Chief

India has authorized its indigenous vaccine for Coronavirus called Covaxin that is developed by the Hyderabad based company called Bharat Biotech. Right now, it has been approved for an emergency use along with the Oxford AstraZeneca’s Covishield. On the occasion … Continue reading

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COVID-19 cases in Brazil is increasing – Here’s what expert has to say

COVID-19 pandemic has started around the world almost a year ago. Still, it is not showing any signs of stopping completely in near future. Some countries are in the state of recovery by dealing with the worst hit of the … Continue reading

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Coronavirus: Aircrew is not ‘medically fit’ to fly for 48 hours after the vaccination

Director General of Civil Aviation in India has said that pilots and crew members are not eligible to fly out for 48 hours after the vaccination. Following to the vaccination, aircrew is considered ‘medically unfit’ for almost 2 days. According … Continue reading

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How can employees come back to the work safely

Since the outbreak of coronavirus all the over the world, people have been staying inside their homes mostly. Therefore, they are craving to go back to their normal lives now. People have been missing out on their day to-day life. … Continue reading

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Can people spread coronavirus even after vaccination?

Following to a coronavirus vaccine, you have waited for two weeks. Now, immune system is expected to protect you from the coronavirus. So, can you roam around the world without any fear now? One of the microbiologists working on coronavirus … Continue reading

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Dos and don’ts before taking a COVID-19 vaccine

Most of the countries in the world have started the vaccination process against the coronavirus. In India, 1.63 crore people have been vaccinated already. Reports of severe adverse reaction have not been seen so far. However, there are certainly some … Continue reading

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‘Coronavirus May Never Go Away’ – Says WHO regarding the future with the pandemic

During recent press briefing of World Health Organization, experts have said that coronavirus pandemic may not go away completely ever. On the occasion, reporters have been curious to know when people may get a relief from the pandemic. Speculations have … Continue reading

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Covishield Vs Covaxin

In India, Covishield and Covaxin are being utilized to vaccinate people against the deadly coronavirus. Covaxin has been developed by Bharat Biotech whereas Serum Institute has developed the Covishield. Some difference can be seen with both the vaccine quite naturally. … Continue reading

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Use of coronavirus vaccine is safe if you are using blood thinner according to ICMR

More than 1.43 crore people have been vaccinated for COVID- 19 in India so far. Till now, 67, 32, 944 people have received the first dose of the vaccine while the second dose has been administered in 26, 85,665 healthcare … Continue reading

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US approves and endorses Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine for emergency use

By the advisory panel of U.S Center for Disease Control and Prevention, COVID-19 vaccine shot from Johnson & Johnson has been approved unanimously. In the coming days, it is expected to be used all over the country. According to the … Continue reading

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Debunking the Myths about face mask

For preventing the spread of coronavirus, face masks play an important role. However, there are lots of misconceptions doing round regarding the face mask. So, these myths and misconceptions are needed to be debunked. Myth 1: I do not have … Continue reading

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Is pandemic on its way out in global hotspot? Will it continue?

Just a month back, coronavirus situation all over the world has not been showing much of a hope. More than 750,000 cases can be seen all over the world in a single day. Increase in the infection rate has been … Continue reading

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COVID-19 vaccine from Pfizer is 94% effective – shows real world study

Pfizer vaccine has been administered in 1.2 million people in Israel and it has shown 94% effectiveness. For the first time, study of a COVID-19 vaccine has been done among the real people. On the occasion, a mass immunization campaign … Continue reading

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Things to know about long COVID – 19

For relatively long time, symptoms of COVID-19 can be experienced in comparison to usual duration of SARS CoV-2 virus. World Health Organization has said that some people may go through a longer effect of COVID-19. On the occasion, they may … Continue reading

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Faster results are delivered by Prototype Covid test in comparison to lateral flow

By French researchers, a coronavirus test has been developed that can offer results three time faster in comparison to rapid lateral flow antigen tests. Similar kind of accuracy can be seen on the occasion also. Therefore, it is considered to … Continue reading

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New COVID-19 Indian Strains may cause more infection and re-infection – Says AIIMS Chief

Recently, five states in India that includes Maharastra, Kerala, Madya Pradesh, Chattisgarh and Punjab have been experiencing a surge in coronavirus cases. According to the director of AIIMs Dr Randeep Guleria, new Indian strain is expected to be more dangerous … Continue reading

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What should you remember before taking the second shot?

Process of vaccination has started in several countries. Lots of people have received the first shot of coronavirus already. Now, it is important to receive the second shot of the vaccine also. For full immunization, it is essential to administer … Continue reading

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Different Types of Testing for Coronavirus

Due to spread of coronavirus within the community, you and your family may like to be tested also for safety reasons. In case, a person is sick within your vicinity then you must go for testing. Taking advice from the … Continue reading

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Breathable Mask is advised for Asthma Patients

Over time, threat of coronavirus has reduced to some extent. However, time has not come to relax completely yet. Precautionary measures must be taken. Using mask and sanitizer have become a habit now. In comparison to the beginning of the … Continue reading

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Travelling in the time of COVID-19

In the last one year, we have become familiar with the words like social distancing, delayed, travel corridors, lockdown and cancelled flights. Therefore, it is possible to observe an itch among the people to travel. Now, the question what can … Continue reading

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Mumbai Travel requires a negative test report for coronavirus now

Do you want to travel to Mumbai? So, you may require a negative coronavirus report. Yes, travel restrictions have been imposed by the Maharastra Government for the travellers from the states like Gujarat, Goa, Delhi, Rajasthan and Kerala. Right now, … Continue reading

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COVID-19 is still taking its toll, but there is hope of improvement

Through the Axios/ Ipsos report, it has been said that 63% people are expected to receive the vaccine as soon as dosages are available. Upon given the option of taking the vaccine now and later, 50% of the American has … Continue reading

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Choosing the arm to get the COVID-19 vaccine and side effects

If a vaccine is administered in the body then it is quite natural to feel the pain at the injection location. Some people may not able to move or lift their arms also. Vaccination drive has begun in various places … Continue reading

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Seven new symptoms of Coronavirus apart from classic ones

Due to mutation of coronavirus, list of symptoms have been increasing also. So, it is important to keep a track on everything. It is better to be aware of mild symptoms also in addition to severe ones. There are some … Continue reading

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How can you enjoy Valentine’s Day Quarantine Style

Still now, we are in the middle of the pandemic. Therefore, it is pretty hard to ignore the situation. Things have not been going in the way it has been expected. We cannot do anything but to wait for the … Continue reading

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Health Minister reveals India has been working upon 7 more vaccines of Coronavirus

Union Health Minister of India Harsh Vardhan has disclosed the fact that India has been trying to develop seven more coronavirus vaccines. In addition, authorities have been working on the vaccination of every Indian citizen as quickly as possible. To … Continue reading

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Why D614G coronavirus mutation spread is faster in Europe and USA; not in East Asia

Through a study, it has been found out that D614G mutation of coronavirus has added a cleavage site to its ACE-2 receptor for an easy access into the cells. Scientists based in Kalyani have located the biological mechanism that is … Continue reading

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Sporting Events and how can you watch games in the stadium safely

Entertainment and sporting events are hit badly due to coronavirus pandemic. Theatres, stadiums and stages have been shut completely all over the world for almost a year now. Spectacles like sporting events involve every citizen of a country. It is … Continue reading

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Why coronavirus cases in India has been plummeting

In the month of November, India has been suffering from a nightmare as the hospitals at the national capital have been filled with the COVID-19 patients. Intensive care is required by thousands of people. Minimum 10 people have been dying … Continue reading

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SERO survey shows 56% people in Delhi have antibodies to fight it out COVID-19

Through a survey, it has been found that north district of Delhi has lowest sero prevalence among the 11 districts of Delhi. Samples show that 40.09% of people have been affected by COVID-19 virus so far. Scale of the sero … Continue reading

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CDC advices to wear mask with filter for COVID protection

Previously, CDC has highlighted the importance of wearing a mask that fits with your face perfectly. By wearing a mask, it is possible to reduce the spread of coronavirus significantly. Mask filter is a reusable device that can be attached … Continue reading

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Vaccine War is on in Europe

Just after few days of vaccination, center in Berlin, Germany has to close its doors due to lack of vaccines in the storage. In the city of Mainz which is merely 321 miles from Berlin, a tall glass building stands … Continue reading

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USA requires better masks to deal with the COVID-19 pandemic

Dr. Anthony Fauci, medical officer of USA President Joe Biden has not focused on the use of N95 masks for common people. According to Fauci, it is better to put on a mask instead of wearing nothing at all. It … Continue reading

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How to cope up mentally with the anxiety of COVID-19 diagnosis

For more than a year now, COVID-19 pandemic is going on. It is a fact that may put a lot of people in stress. Health is only one of the major things that have been affected by the COID-19 pandemic … Continue reading

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India decides to offer I cr vaccine of COVID-19 to Africa and 10 lakh vaccine for healthcare workers to UN as per global vaccine policy

India has already started to roll out the vaccine among their healthcare workers from the beginning of January. By the Indian government, Covishield and Covaxin are being distributed primarily. Covishield is manufactured by Pune’s Serum Institute in collaboration with the … Continue reading

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NSW makes alterations to the restrictions of coronavirus

Coronavirus restrictions are to ease in NSW from here on. In the indoor setting, 30 people are allowed to stay without the mask. Previously, it has been mandatory to wear a mask even indoors. Some role back can be noticed … Continue reading

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Impact of the masks on the Coronavirus new variant

According to the Dr. Anthony Fauci from National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, if you wear two masks together then it may become easy to keep the virus at the bay. It is also a common sense to use … Continue reading

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