Coronavirus Mutated and Citizens Let Down Guard, Leading to Second Wave: Harsh Vardhan

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While the coronavirus mutated and evolved, citizens let their guard down and all this led to a spike in cases, snowballing into the second wave, Union Health Minister Harsh Vardhan said on Friday. Vardhan made these remarks after distributing masks among frontline workers at the Union Health Ministry. He stated that although this gesture was … Read more

Centre, states took multiple legislative steps to prevent spread of coronavirus in 2020: Report | India News – Times of India

Centre, states took multiple legislative steps to prevent spread of coronavirus in 2020: Report | India News - Times of India

NEW DELHI: The Centre and the state governments took multiple legislative steps in 2020 to prevent the spread of the coronarvirus pandemic in the country, according to a report by a think tank. The central government invoked the Disaster Management Act, 2005 to assume primary responsibilities of addressing the pandemic. State governments either amended the … Read more

Coronavirus Confirmed In Water Samples From Sabarmati River, Two Lakes In Ahmedabad

Coronavirus Confirmed In Water Samples From Sabarmati River, Two Lakes In Ahmedabad

Coronavirus has created havoc worldwide for the last one and a half years. It has disrupted life and forced people to live in restrictions and lockdowns. Research and tests continue to provide new information about the deadly virus. Earlier, news reports of the detection of the Sars-CoV-2 virus in wastewater samples from many parts of … Read more

Coronavirus Can Cause Long-Term Loss of Brain Tissue, Finds New Covid Study

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A new study examined the impact of coronavirus on the brain before and after infection and looked specifically at the potential effect on the nervous system. According to CNBC, Dr Scott Gottlieb warned about the potential for long-term brain loss associated with coronavirus, citing the new study from the United Kingdom. “In short, the study … Read more

Sputnik V to Soon Offer Booster Shot Against Delta Variant of Coronavirus to Other Vaccine Makers

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Russian made vaccine Sputnik V will soon offer a booster shot or the second dose of the vaccine, which has been adjusted to work against the Delta variant of coronavirus, to other vaccine manufacturers, the Russian Direct Investment Fund (RDIF) said in a tweet on Thursday. The Delta variant, first detected in India, has become … Read more

Coronavirus Recovery: Doctors explain how soon you can go back to your pre-COVID workout routine

Coronavirus Recovery: Doctors explain how soon you can go back to your pre-COVID workout routine

When it comes to mild infections, where there is no lung involvement, patients can resume their normal activities. Although, stringent activities should be avoided for sometime, Dr. Udyavar recommends, at least mild exercises like walking, brisk walking can be started after 10-12 days or two weeks of testing negative from the COVID infection. “But if … Read more

Coronavirus Cases Today: India Reports 67,208 New COVID-19 cases, Tally Rises For Second Day In A Row

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Coronavirus cases today: Kerala added 13,270 cases to the country’s daily numbers – most by any state New Delhi: Coronavirus Cases Today: India reported 67,208 new COVID-19 cases and 2,330 new deaths today. The country has so far reported a total of 29,700,313 cases and 3,81,903 deaths as the nation emerges out of the pandemic. … Read more

Exposure to cold can help combat coronavirus: Study

Image Source : REPRESENTATIONAL IMAGE. Exposure to common cold can help combat COVID: Study.   Exposure to the rhinovirus, the most frequent cause of the common cold, can protect against infection by the virus which causes Covid-19, researchers have found. The study by Yale researchers found that the common respiratory virus jump-starts the activity of … Read more

Coronavirus fact check: Can COVID-19 vaccines give you ‘magnetic’ powers? Here’s the truth – Times of India

Coronavirus fact check: Can COVID-19 vaccines give you 'magnetic' powers? Here's the truth - Times of India

While we’re all aware of the vaccine side effects and have learnt to cope with them, recent claims of having developed ‘magnetic’ powers post COVID vaccination have taken social media platforms by storm. In a latest report, a man from Hazaribagh in Jharkhand has claimed to have developed magnetic powers after taking his COVID shot. … Read more

Coronavirus Live Updates: India Logs 84,332 Covid Cases Saturday, Lowest Daily Rise In 70 Days

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Active cases now account for 3.68 per cent of the total infections (File) New Delhi: India, witnessing a downward trend in Covid cases, reported the lowest daily spike in infections in 70 days with 84,332 new cases Saturday. India has so far logged 2.93 crore cases of coronavirus. Active cases now account for 3.68 per … Read more

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