Nearly 5,900 people are dying every 24 hours from COVID-19 on average, according to Reuters calculations based on data from the past two weeks.
A potential COVID-19 vaccine from the biotech company Novavax showed a promising immune response in a small, early trial
It remains a mystery why the Bangladesh government is still in a fix about allowing a clinical trial of the Chinese COVID-19 vaccine
Florida many new cases aparently considered as the new wave of infections
The Health Ministry says on Saturday medical officials conducted only 7,736 COVID-19 tests
Saudi Arabia reports 1,342 new coronavirus cases post the Hajj interval.
One year after Israel records major outbreak, measles infections - among other contagious diseases - see sharp drop, likely attributed to measures imposed to fight off COVID-19
Germany is currently experiencing a second wave of the coronavirus according to the association of German physicians.
The warning is directed at a country that has shown more success than the United States in bringing the spread of the virus under control
Since the beginning of the pandemic one of the many baffling phenomenon centers around children. Health Educator Dr. Eric Griggs said, “We are still learning things about the virus.”
The US has now recorded 4,765,170 total cases with 156,668 deaths, making it by far the worst-hit country in the world.
Karnataka reports spike in COVID cases as national figures improves
India Coronavirus update ,August 5
Maharashtra registers new COVID cases but situation is well under control
Southern states winning the war against COVID pandemic with drop in active cases
Sri Lanka and Bangladesh COVID News update August 4
Published in the journal Frontiers in Microbiology, the "most extensive" study ever carried out on SARS-CoV-2 sequencing drew from the analysis of 48,635 coronavirus genomes
A total of 133 people were arrested during Saturday's protests, which included a huge "day of freedom" demo against coronavirus restrictions, police said
The Food and Drug Administration approval means the quick-acting nasal spray will be available to people with suicidal thoughts and a plan to put them into action
It began a gradual reopening in June but restrictions - including a ban on alcohol sales - were reintroduced last month as infection rates began to rise again. A state of emergency is also in force until 15 August.
India COVID News update August 4
More than 18 million people worldwide have been infected with COVID-19 since the disease first appeared in China late last year. Around 680,000 have died.
Since April 2020, eight States are using the eVIN application with 100% adherence rate to track State specific COVID-19 material supplies
Taiwan has reported 476 cases of the new coronavirus, including seven deaths.
Last week, Jair Bolsonaro's wife and one of his ministers tested positive for COVID-19.
The head of the Russian Direct Investment Fund, which finances the trials, said he expects official registration of the vaccine to be complete "within ten days."
A team of 7 lab diagnostics experts arrived in Tajikistan on 22 July to support the implementation and strengthening of the national COVID-19
Bringing hepatitis C testing and treatment to underserved communities in Madrid, Spain
US infectious disease expert Anthony Fauci said it was unlikely his country would use any vaccine developed in either country
Coronavirus: Norwegian cruise line cancels operations after dozens test positive
The committee "highlighted the anticipated lengthy duration of this COVID-19 pandemic", the WHO said in a statement
Coronavirus cases continue to surge in some parts of the country and the public health officials are trying to work with governors to tailor responses for each state.
The warning comes after the head of the German doctors' union said Germany was already contending with a second wave
Covid developments across the states for August 3rd
Testing capacities are increasing everyday, leading to high recovery rate
Serum Institute allowed to carry on final trials of the Oxford University vaccine
This is expected to provide the patients psychological support
National Covid-19 updates nationally
Plasma donors in Andhra Pradesh to get Rs 5,000
Spykke Innovations, an Indian technology startup has entered into a strategic partnership with tracesafe, to launch the wristband
This second round survey is being conducted in the different areas of the city in the next five days
Supply of 120 million doses to be provided in the first half of 2021, subject to regulatory approval
Recovery Rate has now improved to 64.54%
The COVID-19 positivity rate in Rajasthan is 3.5 per cent, Punjab 3.9 per cent, Madhya Pradesh 4 per cent, and Jammu and Kashmir 4.7 per cent
Just days after her husband said he had overcome the virus with a negative test following weeks in quarantine
AstraZeneca has already reached deals with countries to make more than 2 billion doses of its COVID-19 vaccine with Oxford Univeristy
Karnataka lifts lockdown on Sundays
The accusations are baseless and without evidence, and China does not need to and does not engage in technology theft
It said GSK was the only company to make a bid for the contract, which will consist of supporting "military locations and personnel throughout the continental US
India prepares for Vande Bharat phase 5 as Corona status in the country improves
COVID-19 India updates: More than 60 per cent of total cases in the country and over 50 per cent of total deaths have been recorded in July.
After Hyderabad, Pune opts for online Plasma donation portal
Madhya Pradesh minister Bhupendra Singh said that all legislators will respond to the request from Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan
The prevalence of coronavirus in young children raises concerns about their behavioural habits, and their proximity in schools and day care-centres as public health
World Breastfeeding Week 2020 will see WHO and UNICEF breastfeeding guidelines for the governments
When exposed to the virus, six out of six animals who got the vaccine candidate were completely protected from lung disease
Young people are not invincible," WHO chief Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus told a virtual news conference in Geneva
Buddy the seven-year-old German shepherd became sick in April, around the same time his owner Robert Mahoney was recovering from COVID-19
Of the 20 countries with the biggest outbreaks, the United States ranks sixth in deaths per capita, at 4.5 fatalities per 10,000 people.
The groundbreaking ceremony of the Ram Temple is expected to be held on August 5 in Ayodhya.
Louie Gohmert announced his diagnosis a day after attending a major hearing featuring testimony from Attorney General Bill Barr.
The UKRI and NHRI backed projects include over 2 million pounds for academics at University of Leicester
The decision-making will take place over the next few months and is certain to be controversial, experts said.
In an efforts to control the spread of Coronavirus, UAE government comes out with fresh measures
Recovery Rate in Delhi and Gujarat improves while MP opts for Sero Survey
The US recently ordered China to close its Consulate General in Houston over allegations of espionage. China retaliated by ordering the US to close its Consulate.
The country, which has been hit harder than any except the United States in the pandemic, reported 69,074 new cases and 1,595 new deaths in the past 24 hours.
California and Florida, two of the most populous states, reported a one-day record spike in deaths on Tuesday
The fact that the vaccine prevented the virus from replicating in the nose is seen as particularly crucial in preventing it from being transmitted onward to others.
Two injections of the vaccine protected against heavy exposure to the virus at two different levels of dosage, Moderna said in findings published Tuesday
The remarks came after Britain reimposed a 14-day quarantine on anyone arriving from Spain, and France and Germany warned against travel to certain parts
David T Hines was among millions of business owners who sought government help when the novel coronavirus upended the US economy.
The study by scientists from several Australian universities said the wildlife hit included 143 million mammals, 2.46 billion reptiles, 180 million birds
The Air Quality Life Index (AQLI) said that as the world races to find a vaccine to bring the COVID-19 pandemic under control
57% in slums tested for Covid antibodies making them asymptotic
Defence Institute of Advanced Technology develops medical bed isolation system named as "AASHRAY"
The government has fixed a ceiling rate of Rs 5700 per day for Covid patients in non ICU wards
People are still thinking about seasons. What we all need to get our heads around is this is a new virus and this one is behaving differently.
More than 5 lakh tests conducted for second consecutive day, 10 lakh in coming weeks
AIIMS is conducting a series of webinars to help the physicians across the country
According to UNICEF, in India, there are still around 20 million children under five years of age who are suffering from wasting.
Pritam Singh, 43, was designated Leader of the Opposition for the first time in Singapore's parliamentary history
The regulations will come into force next week, the health ministry tweeted, and tests will be free.
With new Coronavirus cases everyday Chhattisgarh extends lockdown
The campaign began with newspaper editorials and a social media blitz that included a video showing Johnson walking in slow-motion
Border closures and travel restrictions remain an important part of many countries' strategy to combat the novel coronavirus.
The researchers from Yale University in the US examined 113 patients admitted to the Yale New Haven Hospital
From Japan to Spain and the U.S., infections among millennials and Generation Z are driving new waves of cases which don't seem to be abating despite re-imposed rest
The vaccination marks a much-anticipated milestone: the official launch of the first in a series of large US clinical trials that will each test experimental vaccine
The Federation of French Cinemas said Monday the double whammy was crippling the industry as they demanded state aid to help them through the crisis.
Archana Soreng joins six other young climate leaders from around the world who have been named by UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres
Donald Trump appears to have pinned his hopes on the swift emergence of a successful vaccine to both contain the country's still raging epidemic
Moderna Inc and Pfizer Inc launched two 30,000-subject trials of COVID-19 vaccine
The Wall Street Journal, which first reported the news, said nearly all of the 200,000 Google employees and contractors worldwide
Bharat Biotech's Covaxin trial begins in Odisha
While the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on the Australian economy are still evolving, migration, which is a key driver of the economy
Boris Johnson, who has fought his own battles to control his weight, required intensive care treatment in April after catching the virus.
The dead include employees, contractors and suppliers to the plant, said Carlos Solorio, secretary general of the local branch of the national mining and metallurgic
COVID-19 China Updates: The bulk of 57 new domestic cases were found in the far northwestern Xinjiang region
Sanjibita Tariang narrated her experience of helping stranded British travellers get home during India's lockdown, according to a statment by British High commission
The U.S. billionaire's foundation gave $3.6 million in May to SK Bioscience to accelerate the development of Covid-19 vaccines.
An old-school, shoe-leather investigation showed the virus had jumped from a night-club visitor, to a student, to a taxi driver and then alarmingly to a warehouse
Cipla receives regulatory approval for launch of Ciplenza (Favipiravir 200 mg) in India to treat mild to moderate COVID-19
Official news agency KCNA described the case as "a person who is suspected to have been infected with the vicious virus returned on July 19 after illegally crossing
Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro tweeted the news of his recovery, along with a photo of him smiling and holding a packet of hydroxychloroquine
Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot directed plasma therapy in the treatment of corona and to organize plasma donation camps across the state.
Latest on Covid developments across the states as on July 26
Officials had planned for 7,500 people to arrive at the stadium from Friday, but were caught out when another 2,000 people who were not yet scheduled to travel
There have been no more new cases of Covid-19 reported in New Zealand today, for the third time this week.
Prime Minister Scott Morrison said the nation's leaders have given another "affirmation" of a COVID-19 suppression strategy.
The position shows the EU has only partly embraced a global approach in the race for COVID-19 vaccines
WHO Chief Scientist Dr. Soumya Swaminathan says, 24 vaccine candidates in human clinical trial stage, 150 vaccines in pre-clinical stages worldwide
Shivraj Singh Chouhan appealed to all colleagues and individuals "who has come in contact with me to get their coronavirus test done"
A total of 12 volunteers were called for a number of pre-tests that include blood and nasopharyngeal testing for COVID-19.
PM Modi, will launch 3 new high-throughput labs of the Indian Council of Medical Research in Noida, Kolkata, and Mumbai on 27th July.
Swedish company claims nasal spray ColdZyme could deactivate COVID-19 causing virus in mouth
White Paper: Lung Ultrasound in patients with Coronavirus
As several countries on the continent saw an uptick in reported cases of COVID-19, European countries moved to make mask-wearing mandatory in public spaces.
States with high caseload under radar, special measures to follow
In a social media live event organised by the World Health Organisation from Geneva on Friday, the scientist said that more waves of the infection
At present, there are 1,40,395 active cases in the state, where so far,17,37,716 people have been tested for the viral disease.
Recovery rate is improving everyday reported Health Ministry while sharing the Corona updates
New guidelines for citizens and hospitals to dispose the Coronavirus associated paraphernalia
"We continue to see intense transmission in a relatively small group of countries," WHO Chief told a virtual briefing in Geneva.
The number of tests for detection of COVID-19 also crossed the 15-million mark as the number of cases surged to 12,38,635 on Thursday.
Cipla and Brinton Pharmaceutical's cheap Favipiravir to hit the market soon
Hydroxychloroquine (HCQ) and chloroquine, two drugs, commonly used for the treatment of malaria, have been investigated for their potential to treat COVID-19
Phase 3 Trial demonstrates statistically significant faster time to clinical improvement with Favipiravir treatment in mild to moderate COVID 19 patients
The UN has said that given the evolving nature of the situation and the many remaining uncertainties regarding COVID-19
Officials seized $40 million worth of fake or substandard products in 77 countries, and arrested 407 people in the operation, carried out from December 2019 to June
Jharkhand has reported 6,485 coronavirus cases including 3,397 cases and 64 deaths.
Mike Ryan, head of WHO's emergencies programme said several vaccines were now in phase 3 trials and none had failed
Latest news update on COVID-19 from north-east states
As the pandemic took the world by storm, scientists first focused on antibodies -- proteins that stick to and disable foreign invaders
Research proves negative to mosquitoes being carrier of Coronavirus, a major relief to WHO
Pfizer and BioNTech, which are developing the drug together, said in statements that the American people would receive the future vaccine "for free"
India pandemic number continues to grow
Previously, ICMR had approved SD Biosensor, a Korean company for antigen test kits.
Lockdown update across India as on July 23
C Vijaybhaskar also mentioned that a committee was constituted to discuss the death count and it was recommended that 444 deaths be added to the COVID-19 deaths
President Bolsonaro is still in good condition, accompanied by the presidency's medical team,"a secretariat of the Communications Ministry said
Dr Harsh Vardhan says N95 masks with respirator valves do not prevent coronavirus; appeals everyone to use triple layer mask made of cloth
Bangladesh cases are on rise instead of strict lockdown
Serum Institute of India, the largest vaccine manufacturer in the world, has been chosen by Oxford and its partner AstraZeneca to manufacture the vaccine
Recovery rate is also up now it is at 62.72%
Kala Narayanasamy was among the five nurses given the award, the Ministry of Health announced on Tuesday.
A clip of doctors shaking a leg with recovering coronavirus patients at a Covid Care Centre in the national capital's Akshardham
The decision comes into effect this evening and will be reviewed after six days, officials said as the Valley recorded 502 fresh cases.
So far more than 28000 Indians have died due to coronavirus and 1.2 million have tested positive
A total of 191 bodies were recovered in the Cochabamba metropolitan area alone from July 15-20, with another 141 collected in La Paz
The latest findings raise concern that protection from reinfection may not last long in those with mild symptoms, which accounts for the majority of cases
7 days paid Institutional Quarantine followed by another 7 days home quarantine for international arrivals at Delhi airport
A phase 1/2 trial involving 1,077 healthy adults found that the vaccine induced strong antibody and T cell immune responses up to day 56
Pharmaceutical companies BioNTech/Pfizer and Valneva, which between them, are contracted to provide 90 million vaccination doses.
Nucleic acid tests must be completed within five days of embarkation, the Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC) said on its website.
The UK's Treasury Department, which the Indian-origin minister heads, said that nearly 900,000 workers will benefit across the country
For districts with high incidence of Coronavirus cases in Madhya Pradesh, there will be lockdown for two consecutive days every week,
The experimental vaccine, which has been licensed to AstraZeneca, produced an immune response in early-stage clinical trials.
Delhi Health Minister Satyendar Jain emphasises city's government hospitals are "world class". Shares his personal struggle with coronavirus, says was on oxygen
Goa starts Covaxin trial while AIIMS starts plasma donation centres
This is the second disturbing video in two days that shows patients lying in the wards of the hospital next to the unattended bodies of Covid victims.
According to AIIMS Director, Delhi may have passed the peak
The findings showed just two out of 100 infected people had caught the virus from non-household contacts, while one in 10 had contracted the disease
The vaccine did not prompt any serious side effects and elicited antibody and T-cell immune responses
Top executives at companies including aluminum giant United Co. Rusal, as well as billionaire tycoons and government officials
A third different type of vaccine from Pfizer Inc and German biotech BioNTech also showed promise in a small, early study released on Monday, adding to hopes
Railways are at the forefront in war against Coronavirus
Gujarat cases on rise, Surat is the worst affected city
Until now, the only antibody tests approved for use in the UK have involved blood samples sent to laboratories for analysis, which can take days
Four areas in Lucknow have been declared "large containment zones" for one week starting today as total coronavirus cases in the Uttar Pradesh capital rise to 2,509
Entire regions that were making progress on eradicating poverty and narrowing inequality have been set back years, in a matter of months
Hong Kong was one of the first places to be struck by the virus when it emerged from central China.
Bangladesh recovery rate improves but new infections are worry for the authorities
With no working vaccine against COVID-19 yet developed, Britain now has three different types of vaccine under order and a total of 230 million doses
Maharashtra still hotbed for Coronavirus
Another three months for remaining two phases of trial of Covaxin, as reported by AIIMS Director
Arunachal battling rising coronavirus cases goes back to lockdown
Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar has requested the health officers to improve the testing capability to 20,000 per day.
The global death toll also passed the 600,000 threshold, according to a tally kept by Johns Hopkins University.
Odisha decides to administer plasma therapy through 4 big hospitals as the cases count rises
Currently the daily deaths measure counts all people who have tested positive for coronavirus and since died , with no cut-off between time of testing and date
Iran President Hassan Rouhani said that estimates show 25 million Iranians have been infected with coronavirus till now.
Andrei Kelin said the allegations Thursday by Britain, the United States and Canada that a hacking group called APT29 was behind the online attacks
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Uttarakhand Government has decided to enforce a complete lockdown today and tomorrow in four districts of the state
Gavi vaccine alliance got advance market commitment from the vaccine manufacturers
New research grant will help to find best practices of tackling alcohol consumption in the Baltics
Johnson sketched out a timetable for easing the remaining lockdown measures in England, including lifting homeworking guidance and reopening sports stadiums and live
Uttar Pradesh announces lockdown, tests fresh samples to contain the pandemic
According to the Bihar government 1,742 new COVID-19 cases were detected on Friday but the health department has claimed this is the result of two days of testing
Plant based formulations with adjuvants from Medicago enters trial
Masdar City in Abu Dhabi stepped up to become a centre for high-volume testing, a first outside of China.
The drug did not improve survival among patients who were not using oxygen or mechanical ventilation.
Leaked contents of the cable sparked unproven speculation from senior U.S. officials beginning in April that the outbreak occurred as a result of an accident
According to the scientists, the findings have major implications for the clinical management of COVID-19 patients.
Britain is the worst-affected country in Europe by COVID-19 with a death count from confirmed cases of more than 45,000.
The World War Two veteran raised a record sum of 33 million pounds ($41 million) by walking 100 laps of his garden with the aid of a walking frame in April
Assam to test all the citizens for Coronavirus
Overall mortality of Covid-19 patients treated in ICUs had fallen to just under 42% at the end of May from almost 60% in March
Social media platforms including Facebook, which in April removed "pseudoscience" as an option for advertisers
SCB Medical College will house the first Plasma Bank of Odisha
Early-stage human trial data on a vaccine being developed by AstraZeneca and Oxford University will be published on July 20.
Their test, using 25 microlitres of plasma from blood samples, looks for agglutination, or a clustering of red blood cells, that the coronavirus causes
The Middle East's largest carrier, which operates a fleet of 270 wide-bodied aircraft, halted operations in late March as part of global shutdowns
"It's completely unacceptable for the Russian intelligence agencies to seek to get into the systems of those who are seeking to respond to this crisis.
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Maharashtra struggles to contain the pandemic
The human trial is a partnership between Sinopharm's China National Biotec Group (CNBG), Abu Dhabi-based artificial intelligence and cloud computing
"We have no information on who could have hacked pharmaceutical companies and research centres in Britain"
Coronavirus: More than 3.5 million people have tested positive with the coronavirus and 138,000 died in the US.
Countries worldwide have been scrambling to stock up on protective gear, from gloves to faces masks, since the pandemic began earlier this year.
Activity "has started to gradually strengthen... But we are not out of the woods yet," Kristalina Georgieva said in a message to G20 finance ministers
Jair Bolsonaro said he would remain in quarantine at his official residence in Brasilia from where he would continue to work by video conference
Phase 1 trials establishes the safety level of Moderna's vaccine candidate
Government reported that all together 22 States and UT meets the WHO guidelines on testing numbers
Cases have surged in Oklahoma, and local health officials have said that Trump's indoor rally and large public protests in June
Movie theatres in "low-risk" areas of the country can resume operations on July 20, but must screen patrons for fevers and enforce mask-wearing, the China Film Admin
Testing per million touches 8,994; low-cost kit launched
The potential vaccine is already in large-scale Phase III human trials to assess whether it can protect against COVID-19
As festive music played, Mickey, Pluto and other Disney characters greeted the first visitors -- all sporting face masks and some the trademark Mickey Mouse ears
Complete lockdown in Bihar , Jharkhand locks down two districts
National capital get third plasma bank at Guru Tegh Bahadur Hospital
You can hardly contain the outbreak because you have no idea where they will come out next," said Yang Gonghuan
Twenty percent of the Agra residents who took the tests gave wrong name and address , later they were identified and warned by police
Karnataka revisits lockdown due to surge in Covid cases
The COVID-19 pandemic, perhaps, represents so-far the biggest test of the robustness and resilience of our economic and financial system
Chhattisgarh goes for mass testing of samples for Coronavirus
The Phase 3 trial will recruit 30,000 participants in the US, with half to receive the vaccine at 100 microgram dose levels, and the other half to receive a placebo.
Samples taken from the packaging of Whiteleg shrimp at the port cities of Dalian and Xiamen tested positive for the virus, General Administration of Customs official
"There are many, many examples from around the world," said Tedros, that even if the COVID-19 outbreak is "very intense, it can still be brought back under control".
State police were patrolling the city and setting up checkpoints on major roads to stop people heading out to regional areas and spreading the virus
Supreme Court says private hospitals on public land must provide free treatment to poor patients
COVID-19: 103-year-old woman won the battle against COVID-19 but after being discharged from hospital, neighbours allegedly asked her to vacate the house
The approval was given after its clinical trials on COVID-19 patients in India was found satisfactory by the expert committee comprising pulmonologists
The ministry said 18 people had participated in the research and were discharged without "serious adverse events, health complaints, complications or side effects
The baby boy, born in March, suffered brain swelling and neurological symptoms linked to COVID-19 in adults, but has since recovered, they reported Tuesday
According to IIT officials, the base price of the the RT-PCR assay developed by IIT Delhi is Rs 399
The two WHO experts, specialists in animal health and epidemiology, will work with Chinese scientists to determine the scope and itinerary of the investigation
Balram Bhargava, the head of ICMR, said two India-made Covid-19 vaccines are now being trialled with 1,000 volunteers
In moving visuals, a young man can be seen sitting on a plastic chair placed on the back of a green cycle-cart as it ploughs through knee-length standing water
Addressing an online media briefing, Arvind Kejriwal said, "The COVID-19 situation in Delhi is under control but we do not have to be complacent
Countries around the world re-imposed lockdowns and curbs to contain new outbreaks, as global cases surged past 13.2 million with more than 576,000 deaths
Remdesivir has been at the forefront of the global battle against COVID-19 after the intravenously administered medicine helped shorten hospital recovery times
Doctors are becoming victims of Coronavirus, reports IMA Chief
UP reports fresh spike in COVID cases while Agra prepares for sero test
Apple's senior vice president of retail and people pressed employees working at stores that have closed again to begin working from home
Since authorities announced the outbreak on June 1, 48 cases have been confirmed in Congo's Equateur province
Pandemic News update from North East
The total number of cases in the US, the nation hardest-hit by the global pandemic, at more than 3.36 million
Pune the most affected district after Mumbai decides for a 10 day lockdown till July 23rd
AIIMS Patna along with 12 other institutes starts human trial of Bharat Biotech's covid vaccine
Economic slowdowns and climate-related shocks are pushing more people into hunger, while nutritious foods remain too expensive for many, the report found.
Coronavirus: More than 34 lakh Americans have tested positive for COVID-19 so far and over 1,37,000 have died due to the disease
During his weekly Facebook Live post last Thursday, President Bolsonaro said that after feeling unwell, he had started taking one hydroxychloroquine tablet every day
"Let me be blunt, too many countries are headed in the wrong direction, the virus remains public enemy number one," :WHO
As per CGTN media reports, Hua, at the daily press briefing, was quoted as saying that the two experts will cooperate with Chinese scientists
Emmanuel Macron in a televised interview said such a measure could come into force from August 1.
In the first study of its kind, a team led by researchers from King's College London examined the levels of antibodies in more than 90 confirmed virus paitents
Copper-coated handrails and latches, plasma air purification and titanium di-oxide coating and more for Covid-free passenger journey.
Recovery rate is improving among most of the states but Mumbai, Delhi, Chennai has 30% of the total cases
The airport is working with American Airlines to roll out a self-check-in for luggage, and all of its restrooms will be entirely touchless by the end of July
Latur district in Maharashtra will be under lockdown from July 15 to 30, said district guardian minister Amit Deshmukh
Countries seek innovative ways to mitigate the impact of disruptions and keep HIV medicine services going
Following favourable results in trials on primates, the next step is to manufacture doses for human trials, said Kiat Ruxrungtham.
The Sechenov First Moscow State Medical University began clinical trials of the vaccine produced by Russia's Gamalei Institute of Epidemiology and Microbiology.
Mexico on Sunday recorded 276 additional fatalities and 4,482 new infections to bring its coronavirus death count to 35,006, with 299,750 confirmed cases.
Recovery rate improves as Amit Shah says government is facing a challenge in handling the pandemic
Maharashtra, to curb the illegal sale of Covid medicines makes Aadhaar, Prescription and positive Covid report compulsory for medicines
Interestingly, Bihar reports highest spike and recovery on the same day
Russia completes phase 3 trials of Covid vaccine
If Florida were a country, it would rank fourth in the world for the most new cases in a day behind the United States, Brazil and India
Latest pandemic situation across the state, nationally
During Global Week 2020 address Prince Charles lauds the India model of handling the COVID crisis
Psoriasis injection okayed for limited use to treat Coronavirus patients by drug controller
Soon there will be special short term Corona policies available with all insurance companies
Fatality rate of India is lower than the developed countries
Dharavi slums beats the COVID virus with help from the administration
A new website -- coronaviruspreventionnetwork.org -- went live allowing people in the United States to register to take part
WB goes for another lockdown period in containment zone, confusion prevails!
CM Uddhav Thackeray assures Mumbaites that there is no dearth of beds and medicines though the ground report says otherwise
In its latest transmission guidance, the WHO acknowledged that some outbreak reports related to indoor crowded spaces
Jeanine Anez becomes the second South American president in a matter of days to contract the coronavirus after Jair Bolsonaro announced his positive result
Moderna and ROVI Announce Collaboration for OUS Fill-Finish Manufacturing of Moderna’s COVID-19 Vaccine Candidate
From beginning of the crisis, the far-right president has dismissed the seriousness of the epidemic and criticized containment measures ordered by governors
The president has always said that he sees hydroxychloroquine as a promising prophylactic but that every person should not take it unless they get a prescription
The European Federation of Nurses Associations (EFN) and GAMIAN-Europe have released a joint statement calling for the prioritisation of frontline workers
Serbian authorities on Thursday banned gatherings of more than 10 people in the capital
Professor Hadas Mamane of Tel Aviv University (TAU) and her team have been working for the past five years on recycling waste and transforming it into alcohol.
While there have been isolated cases of babies infected with the virus, the findings show the strongest link yet between mother and infant transmission.
Hong Kong's public high schools were closed in January amid the early stages of the virus outbreak, and were gradually re-opened from May
Recovery Rate improves while ICMR increases testing capacity
On Wednesday morning four coronavirus patients perished at the Guwahati Medical College.
GSK and Medicago announce collaboration to develop a novel adjuvanted COVID-19 candidate vaccine
Authorities did not repeat the drastic nationwide shutdown seen when the virus first spread from Wuhan earlier this year.
Windsor Castle, west of London, where the 94-year-old monarch has been staying since the start of the pandemic, will be open for pre-book visits
The coronavirus is surging in several southern hotspots including Texas, Florida, Louisiana, and Arizona
Presently 2605 active COVID cases are there in Kerala.
MCGM refutes allegation, speaks to Free Press Journal in details
Coming at a time when entire world is grappling with the COVID-19 pandemic, this success is encouraging and demonstrates the importance of joint efforts
Patna has a total of 1351 confirmed cases of the disease.
More policemen tests positive as the state gradually prepares for total unlockdown
Cipla had earlier said pricing would not exceed 5,000 rupees. On Tuesday, Sovereign Pharma, which is manufacturing and packaging the drug for Cipla
North East COVID News update for July 9
Under the security law, Hong Kong suspects can be sent for trial in Communist Party-controlled courts in mainland China
The big US airline said it does not expect everyone who receives the notice to be furloughed but emphasized that it must cut costs due to a severe drop in demand.
Delhi would now screen daily wagers, domestic help, auto drivers and high-risk groups
The first session of this exercise shall begin today at 4.30 pm. Ten hospitals are selected, including 9 from Mumbai and one from Goa
Five million residents were ordered back into a six-week lockdown beginning midnight Wednesday into Thursday
The 70th session of the WHO Regional Committee for Europe (RC70), the annual meeting of the governing bodies of the European Region
KVIC comes out with cheap masks available online
For herd immunity to work, at least 70 percent of a population needs to be immune to protect the uninfected people, experts say.
The number of recent cases was of concern in India.
Under Operation Warp Speed, the US is aiming to deliver millions of doses of safe and effective vaccines for COVID-19 in 2021.
Guwahati worst affected by Coronavirus in Assam while Manipur betters recovery rate
President John Magufuli rush to reopen came despite alarm from the World Health Organization over an almost total lack of information
MIT study puts India at the top by February 2021
Tech Mahindra closes down the office at Bhubaneswar as multiple COVID cases are reported
The World Health Organization said it would put out a new scientific brief within days after an international group of scientists concluded the virus could travel
The most common brain complication seen was a stroke.
A city in northern China has reported suspected cases of bubonic plague this Saturday. The disease killed about 12 million in India when it occurred in 1896.
Brazil is the second worst-hit country in the world by the pandemic after the United States.
"Brazil is a good testing ground because the virus is still very present there, and wide variety of epidemiological characteristics" throughout the country
Karnataka and Punjab makes quarantine compulsory for travelers
This phase of the lockdown will be in action for nine days.
The comments from Venki Ramakrishnan come as two new peer-reviewed studies showed how wearing face coverings may help significantly reduce the spread of viruses
Beijing's health commission said on Tuesday it detected only one asymptomatic case the previous day, which China does not include in its confirmed cases counts.
An aggregate of 1,269 patients was released from several hospitals in the last 24 hours.
Is Covaxin safe for human use, doctors point out the steps being omitted for a quick solution
State Premier Daniel Andrews said the lockdown would begin at midnight Wednesday and last at least six weeks, as he warned residents "we can't pretend" the COVID-19
"There will be ample access to hand sanitizer and all attendees will be provided a face mask that they are strongly encouraged to wear."
"COVID-19 has literally hit home. I have had NO symptoms and have tested positive," Bottoms tweeted.
Twenty-four out of those 73 nations have already reported critically low supplies of the vital antiretroviral drugs, the agency said.
West Bengal stops visitors from 6 cities
Punjab Government makes 14 days quarantine compulsory for visitors and returnees
Luong, a 22-year old Vietnamese worker, had just been fired from her job at a hotel in a hot springs town north of Tokyo.
Britain has one of the highest death tolls in the world from COVID-19, at more than 44,000, with around 20,000 dying in care homes
Have to volunteer in hospitals and police check posts if not following COVID-19 prevention guidelines at public places in Gwalior
Harvard University said it will bring about 40% of its undergraduates to its campus near Boston, most of them freshmen.
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India surpassed Russia to become the third worst-hit country by the Coronavirus.
Trivandrum goes for triple lockdown,makes masks compulsory for next 1 year
Coronavirus disease spreads primarily from person to person through small droplets from nose or mouth, which are expelled when a person with COVID-19 coughs, sneezes
The Bill, according to which Indians should not exceed 15 per cent of the population, is to be transferred to the respective committee
Finally WHO discontinues HCQ and Lopinavir/Ritonavir
Scientists in 2013 sent frozen samples to the Wuhan lab from a bat-infested former copper mine in southwest China after 6 men who worked there had got Pneumonia
Delhi opts for compulsory rapid antigen for everyone hospitalised or attending hospitals for various reasons while Noida goes for random testing
Saudi Arabia decided in June to limit the number of domestic pilgrims attending the haj to around 1,000 to prevent the spread of the coronavirus
Russia has confirmed 674,515 cases, the third largest total in the world, although the daily infection rate has been falling over the last month
WHO under pressure to change guidelines, from scientists
Price that an increasing number of people are paying after surviving a brush with the coronavirus, with some facing a seemingly long-term inability to smell
The newspaper said that Britain was considering taking an option to buy the vaccine should it work in human trials, which are due to begin in September.
Restrictions had been in place in both countries since mid-March and their gradual lifting has allowed commercial businesses and public venues to reopen.
The decision marks the first time the border with neighbouring New South Wales has been shut in 100 years
England's hospitality sector sprung back to life after a three-month coronavirus hiatus on what the media dubbed as either "Super Saturday" or "Independence Day".
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No vaccine has yet been approved for commercial use against COVID-19 in India
The Health Ministry on June 13 had allowed the use of remdesivir for restricted emergency use in moderate cases under "investigational therapies".
The Indian Council of Medical Research has elected 12 institutes across the country to perform clinical trials.
More than a quarter of the known global deaths have happened in the United States.
Recovery rate improves while the government issues new guidelines for clinical management of Coronavirus patients
After a brief hiatus during the lockdown, NGO vessels like Ocean Viking restarted operations in June and have already rescued hundreds of migrants
The UK Foreign Office Travel Advisory related to India remains unchanged as part of its wider advice for British nationals to avoid "all non-essential international
After his first test came as negative, the symptoms didn't subside and he took the test again on July 1. The result was no different
COVID-19 has killed over 500,000 people in the world and cases and deaths are increasing by the day
13 medical institutes takes part in human trial of Covaxin
NABL accreditation is going to be mandatory for all COVID testing laboratories
The UN health body has been accused by US President Donald Trump of failing to provide the information needed to stem the pandemic and of being complacent
The carrier wants to get rid of 6,560 positions of the 41,000 at Air France, and 1,020 positions of the 2,420 at Hop!
"I have now tested positive for Covid-19. By the grace of Allah, I feel strong and energetic. I will continue to carry on my duties from home.' Says the Minister.
UK considering whether to join EU's vaccine scheme as race is on to secure supply
Young advocates in the state of Tamil Nadu would receive a monthly stipend of 3,000.
Health Ministry issues revised guidelines for home isolation of very mild, pre-symptomatic, asymptomatic COVID-19 cases
Mr. Arvind Kejriwal said patients who were treated from COVID-19 and have completed 14 days post-treatment are eligible for donating plasma.
Saitama prefecture said on Thursday that 3,453 people in 15 elementary and middle schools in Yashio, a city of 92,000 just north of Tokyo
The order issued ahead of the July 4 holiday weekend, applies to counties with 20 or more confirmed COVID-19 cases, Abbott's office said in a statement
The United States reported more than 55,000 new COVID-19 cases on Thursday, the largest daily increase any country has ever reported
After being unlocked, people seem to be inattentive about the increase in crowds in the markets.
Pfizer and BioNTech announces positive human trial results for their COVID vaccine candidate
US scientists uses artificial enzymes to counter cytokine storm in Coronavirus patients
The state also reported five deaths, raising the death toll to 198.
Government launches Drug Discovery Hackathon 2020 (DDH2020), a first of its kind National Initiative for supporting drug discovery process
A dozen institutes have been selected for clinical trials of the indigenous COVID-19 vaccine (BBV152 COVID vaccine)
Ayush ministry has only given the approval to sell this specific formulation as an immunity booster and not as a medicinal remedy for COVID-19.
Outgoing minister David Clark was already under a cloud after breaking lockdown in April and Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern
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UP govt to launch a special campaign today for a door to door medical screening in all districts of Meerut Division
While the rest of Australia opened state borders and social distancing restrictions, Melbourne promised to fine those who are not following rules
Dr. Kluge underlined how the European Program of Work "Joined activity for better wellbeing" bolsters WHO's Thirteenth General Program of Work
For the first time in history, Lalbagcha Raja would not visit Mumbai due to the current COVID situation, a health camp will be organized instead
The outbreak in Beijing has raised concerns about China's vulnerability to a "second wave" of infections
Dhaka extends lockdown as the pandemic cases increase in the country
US books all Remdesivir produced by Gilead Sciences leaving nothing for others
Under the imposed Section 144, the gathering of any sort anywhere, including religious places is illegal
The study acknowledges that bacterial load from the mouth can emerge in bacterial superinfection.
The largest number of deaths have been in the most populous state, Sao Paulo, with 14,700, followed by Rio de Janeiro, with more than 10,000.
Global infections have hit their highest level in the past week, WHO data showed new cases topped "160,000 on every single day
Visitors arriving at the railway station in Yamato City were greeted with banners announcing the new prohibition
The vaccine race across the world has 12 contenders with Astra Zeneca and Moderna leading the pack
Now asymptotic individuals also could get themselves tested for COVID-19, states advised to ramp up facilities
Earlier Maharashtra CM Uddhav Thackeray also proposed PM Modi to start local trains in Mumbai for essential services staff.
The protests dragged on for months, affecting many small businesses -- and just as those were starting to recover, the coronavirus struck in mid-March.
Globally, coronavirus cases exceeded 10 million on Sunday, a major milestone in the spread of a disease that has killed more than half a million people
Recovery trial proves HIV drugs to be useless against COVID infection
Maharashtra set to launch a plasma therapy trial 'Project Platina' on COVID-19 patients for free
The country has suffered 127,322 deaths overall, according to the Baltimore-based institution
As a country moves towards Unlockdown 2.0 ground realities are still grim
PM lists four guiding principles that will form the foundation of this national effort
California, Texas and Arizona have emerged as new U.S. epicenters of the pandemic, reporting record increases in COVID-19 cases.
The tally of the state crossed the 8,000-mark and the death toll rose to 12.
The US-based pharma giant is working on the twin fronts of expanding existing manufacturing capacity and establishing new units.
Amazon, which delivers about 10 billion items a year, has been facing intense scrutiny from U.S. lawmakers over whether it is doing enough to protect staff
The WHO chief noted that six months after China first alerted the WHO to a novel respiratory infection
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The Prime Minister's Office took to the Twitter to announce it following the house Ministry's announcement of Unlock 2 guidelines
India recorded 18,522 new cases over the last 24 hours, taking the total to 5,66,840.
Gujarat sees new high of 626 COVID-19 cases, total tally crosses 32K mark.
Lockdown will still be implemented strictly within the Containment Zones till the 31st of July
The UN health agency has been pressing China since early May to invite in its experts to help investigate the animal origins of the novel coronavirus.
Sipos, who lived in Riverside, consulted his longtime general practitioner, who ordered blood tests that revealed an abnormally low iron level.
Gaganyaan launch on schedule for next year said, Dr Jitendra Singh
The mutation doesn't appear to make people sicker, but a growing number of scientists worry that it has made the virus more contagious
At his rallies over the past couple of weeks, US President Donald Trump several times called the novel coronavirus causing the COVID-19 lung disease "Kung Flu."
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It possesses "all the essential hallmarks of being highly adapted to infect humans," says scientists at Chinese universities and China's Center for Disease
Remdesivir is expected to be in high demand as one of the only treatments so far shown to alter the course of COVID-19.
Multisystem Inflammatory Syndrome in Children (MIS-C), shares symptoms with toxic shock and Kawasaki disease, including fever, rashes, swollen glands
Some masks designed for hot, dusty construction work - where the intent is to filter out dust before it hits the wearer's lungs - have "exhaust" valves
CM Gehlot decided to permit religious places in rural areas which magnetize less than 50 devotees each day to reopen from July 1
The Ad5-nCoV is one of the eight vaccine candidates being developed by Chinese companies and researchers approved to be moved into human trials
San Fele survives economically by pitching itself as a weekend tourism destination. Before the pandemic, on many summers Sundays
Opposition Congress termed it as the failure of the Assam health minister
Mumbai city alone has recorded 75,539 coronavirus cases and 4,371 deaths thus far
The WHO declared the COVID-19 outbreak a pandemic on March 11. To date, over 10 million people have been infected with the coronavirus worldwide
Bars in Los Angeles and six other Californian counties were ordered to close again on Sunday as parts of the country reimpose shutdown measures
A green wave swept over France on Sunday as the environmentalist party and its left-wing allies won control of a clutch of major cities
Maximum positive cases of 396 are from Patna followed by 351 from Bhagalpur and 347 in Begusarai.
The official death count for the disease now stands at 500,390 deaths from 10,099,576 cases recorded worldwide.
Tihar and Mandoli jails are facing COVID crisis among inmates
57 wood-based pyres and three CNG furnaces are being used to cremate coronavirus casualties reported North Delhi Municipal Corporation
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As global cases increases WHO calls for change in lifestyle for a permanent solution
Update on COVID-19 situation across India
The lockdown was eased on Tuesday for seven apartment blocks after residents tested negative for the virus, officials said at a Friday briefing.
Bangladesh locks down hotspots decreases R number
A new breakthrough involving the use of transparent conductors make UV light powerful enough to kill Coronavirus
Noida, Ghaziabad and Lucknow found to be the most infectious regions within the State
The relaxations are the latest taken by the Britain government to unwind emergency measures put in place to stop the spread of COVID-19
The recovery rate further improves as Delhi begins serological survey today
Less than a quarter of women in India are in the labor force - among the poorest standings in the world - and they earn 35% less on average than men
The use of dexamethasone, which is used to reduce inflammation in other diseases such as arthritis, has been cleared for patients in need of oxygen support
Delhi authorities are geared up to undertake a mammoth exercise to arrest the spread of the Coronavirus disease amid a rising number of cases
Moderna's COVID-19 vaccine candidate was also "not far behind" Astrazeneca's, among more than 200 candidates, 15 of which have entered clinical trial
The artist created the "World In Progress" fresco to remind present generations of their duty to the future and to nature.
Dhanvantri raths are rolled out aiming to take care of mild and moderate COVID-19 cases alongside early detection and medical assistance to comorbid patients
The funds requested should make it possible to deliver 500 million tests and 245 million courses of treatment to low and middle-income countries by mid-2021.
All samples being stored for a long-term be appropriately labeled indicating identifiers, date of collection and must be kept in -80 °C deep freezers.
Delhi is the new COVID hotspot of India
ICMR invites applications for validation of rapid antigen detection test for COVID-19 from manufacturers
Early stage study of 153 hospitalised patients provides a snapshot of brain complications in patients with COVID-19
Tope says the public will need to accept the Coronavirus till a vaccine is out there
"Stop it, it's ridiculous," Prime Minister Scott Morrison told his compatriots after the rush on stores, insisting the COVID-19 outbreak
Centre has dispensed Rs 6,600 crore to Tamil Nadu since April for procurement of medical gear to manage the COVID-19 pandemic
While treating her for abdominal pain, doctors at a Kolkata hospital found that she was suffering from testicular cancer.
Delhi’s test positivity rate (TPR) now appears to have flattened, and thus the positivity rate of recent cases appears to be sliding down
A new breakthrough for treatment of Coronavirus in women
Tony suffered near-fatal abuse from his birth parents when he was a baby that resulted in the amputation of his legs.
The NGO vessel Ocean Viking, operated by SOS Mediterranee, say 50 men and one pregnant woman were among those rescued.
The Saharan dust plume will hang over the region until the middle of next week, deteriorating the air quality in Texas, Florida
The WHO had already said there was no evidence that the virus could be transmitted by the blood-sucking insects, which spread dengue and other diseases
"We cannot go back to the way it was and simply recreate the systems that have aggravated the crisis," UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres
India documented close to 17,000 new coronavirus diseases, pushing the overall total to 4.73 lakh
Serological survey to determine spread of coronavirus in Delhi begins today covering 20,000 people
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Patanjali applied for Coronil as an immunity booster for cough and cold says Y S Rawat, Licensing officer
India accomplished a major milestone by testing more than 2 lakh samples for the COVID-19 disease.
The Institute for Clinical and Economic Review (ICER) said its recommendation change stemmed from recent clinical data, updated cost estimates & public comments
Neither has anyone applied to the state government nor has the state government given any permission in this regard, State Health minister Raghu Sharma said.
The US faces a deepening health crisis as a wave of infections hits young Americans and experts issue new acute warnings.
In the UK, the two-meter social distancing rule, in place since March, was also relaxed to one meter, subject to measures such as the use of face coverings
West Bengal taking into consideration the prevailing pandemic situation declares lockdown till July 31
Johnson & Johnson has faced thousands of lawsuits across the US alleging it failed to warn consumers of the risk of cancer from asbestos in its talc-based
The world faces a shortage of oxygen concentrators as the number of worldwide cases of coronavirus infection nears the 10 million-mark, the World Health Organization
This morning, India, the fourth worst-hit nation by the coronavirus, reported a total of 4.73 lakh infections and 14,894 deaths.
The World Health Organization has announced an end to the Ebola outbreak in eastern Congo that killed 2,280 people over nearly 2 years.
Authorities clearly failed in planning and ensuring safe, post-use disposal of those highly infectious items and it has triggered a parallel crisis
Kejriwal urges to the Centre to abort the new system requiring assessment of each COVID-19 patient at a publicly-run facility
Though the total count of COVID patients goes up, the doubling rate is slowing down
Collector also urges residents of Vijayawada to get essentials needed for an entire week before June 26
Additional Solicitor General Maninder Acharya and central government standing counsel told the court that ban on export of PPE
The emergence and subsequent spread of SARS-CoV-2 has caused a global pandemic
In Bangladesh, UNICEF said it found that some of the poorest families could not afford three meals a day, while in Sri Lanka its survey showed that 30 percent
Concerns about the second wave of infections saw thousands queue for COVID-19 tests and supermarkets impose new restrictions in Australia.
China is seeking to trial potential vaccines overseas because of a lack of new patients at home.
Delhi stands at the second position within the country behind Maharashtra in terms of total COVID-19 cases
Britain has the second-highest death count in the world on a per capita basis, according to calculations based on deaths following confirmed coronavirus test
The team, who delivered a small dose of the vaccine to the participant at the London facility, are monitoring the participant and report they are in good health
Developers obtained a certificate from the National Medical Products Administration to launch clinical trials
European Union countries eager to revive their economies are prepared to bar entry to Americans because the United States has failed to control the virus
The government has instructed that Muslims from India will not travel to Saudi Arabia for Haj 2020
The State has reported 1,050 positive cases for the new virus within the last four days
The efficacy of Patanjali’s Coronil medicine which cures Covid-19 has not been corroborated by any independent medical body as of yet.
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CM assumes community transmission in the State capital since those tested positive were people with either Influenza Like Illness or severe respiratory infection
Both men, of age 85 and 58, died in the State’s designated COVID-19 hospital
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Rath or chariot would need to be pulled by 500 people and all need to be tested for Coronavirus
Hetero launches Remdesivir generic named Covifor for Indian markets
COVID-19: Vulnerable groups in England can begin easing out of lockdown from July
The decision was taken in view of the rising cases of the Coronavirus within the region
Donald Trump believes China is responsible for spreading Coronavirus, resulting in death of 4.56 lakh people globally and 1.22 lakh in the US
Ayush ministry says claim of Patanjali not substantiated, advertisements of Coronil are illegal
Another drug in development for treatment of Coronavirus patients
According to WHO India has lowest infection rate per lakh of population
The decision marks the first time in Saudi Arabia's modern history that Muslims outside the kingdom are barred from performing the hajj
Beijing took samples from 2.95 million people between June 12 and June 22, a senior official said.
Many experts said the drug was not only expensive but it was still under trial in most countries and its efficacy was yet to be proven.
French drugmaker Sanofi SA is developing a potential COVID-19 vaccine with Britain's GlaxoSmithKline Plc and expects approval by the first half of next year
The Prime Minister recently announced a new “battle of the bulge” after COVID-19 linked with obesity
India COVID-19 news updates for Delhi and North East ; June 22
WHO/Europe and UNFPA collected data which established that there were systems for rapid detection of different viruses spread out across the country
Yoga can be an effective solution for the high level of stress that the pandemic has created in our lives: Vice President
Latest news update on coronavirus across the states
The COVID-19 deaths increased to 23 on Sunday after a 69-year old paralysis patient, who returned from India after treatment died
The Containment Strategy needs to revise demarcation of containment zones and strict monitoring and control of activities in such containment zones
New containment zone mapping in Delhi after serologic survey of the citizens
The phase-2 trial will determine the shot's dose and continue to evaluate whether the potential vaccine can safely trigger immune responses in healthy people.
This month, Ankara opened restaurants and cafes and lifted weekend stay-home orders and most intercity travel bans
The Ministry of Health reported 641 new deaths in the last 24 hours, taking the toll to 50,617, with 1,085,038 recorded infections.
British tourists will be able to enter Spain from June 21 without the need to quarantine, the Spanish government has announced.
The jump of 15,413 cases has taken India's total count to 4,10,461
Cipla launches generic version of Remdesivir, only drug approved by FDA for treatment of Coronavirus
Dr Jitendra Singh announced MDoNER to sanction Rs.190 crore for augmentation of healthcare facility in N-E States
2,50,087 Indian nationals stranded abroad have been repatriated since the beginning of Vande Bharat Mission last month.
After Glenmark, Cipla is ready with their version of cheaper Favipiravir
The biggest increase was from North and South America with over 116,000 new cases, according to a daily report
Drug addicts and peddlers are now doing odd-jobs at car washing centers, selling vegetables, and even making face masks
National Coronavirus news updates, June 21
Novartis has decided to stop and discontinue its sponsored HCQ clinical trial for COVID-19 due to acute enrolment challenges
Stronger laboratory capacity in Tajikistan will benefit many response core functions, including disease detection, contact tracing, and testing for COVID-19.
Lockdowns imposed to halt the spread of the disease have caused crippling economic damage, but the WHO said the pandemic still posed a major threat.
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