Coronavirus

Five-day-old embryos too can contract Covid-19, ICMR study suggests

According to a new study conducted by the ICMR-National Institute for Research in Reproductive Health (ICMR-NIRRH) using 45 donated human embryos after in-vitro fertilisation (IVF) procedures at fertility clinics, embryos as old... Read more »

Live updates on the Coronavirus in India: Delhi There were 66 new Covid-19 cases and two fatalities, with a 0.09 percent positivity rate

Coronavirus Third Wave in India, Coronavirus Statistics in India, Coronavirus News in India: Despite the fact that the worst of the second wave of coronavirus has passed, India has been reporting new... Read more »

The course of COVID-19 can be predicted by an early antiviral response in the nose, according to a study

Cells taken at the time of diagnosis from patients who later developed severe COVID-19 exhibit a suppressed antiviral response, according to a new study. The research was published in the scientific journal... Read more »

Delhi Hospital records rise in Post-Covid Neurological cases

On Saturday, a renowned private health facility in Delhi stated it had seen an increase in neurological problems among post-Covid patients, including emergency cases of brain haemorrhage. In the out-patient department (OPD), up to 60% of patients are coming with increased mental health difficulties such as anxiety, sadness, suicidal thoughts, and feelings of loneliness, with the majority of these instances being post-Covid, according to a statement from the Moolchand Hospital. The Moolchand Hospital... Read more »
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India’s COVID-19 Vaccination Coverage surpasses landmark milestone of 42 Cr

According to a recent provisional report by the government, the cumulative across the country has crossed the 42 crore landmark on Thursday, Day 188th of the Covid-19 vaccine drive. More than 48.86... Read more »
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New laboratory research links vaccine response to age

A new study done by the Oregon Health and Science University shows that elderly have fewer antibodies against the coronavirus. This study was published in the journal of the American medical Association.”Our... Read more »
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Unusual Large And Multiple Liver Abscesses in Patient Recovered From COVID-19

During the second wave of the COVID-19, in April-May 2021, a number of COVID-19 patients presented with some unusual manifestations. We saw for the first time in last two months unusually large... Read more »

Doctor infected with two Covid-19 strains simultaneously

A doctor in Assam was concurrently infected with two distinct Covid-19 strains, a scientist said. A completely vaccinated female doctor in Assam has been infected with Alpha and Delta forms of coronavirus,... Read more »

Whether future waves will affect children more or with increased severity are all speculations- Dr. Praveen Kumar

Second wave of the novel Coronavirus caused a huge upsurge of infection in younger adults, children, pregnant women and infants.  While the vaccines against COVID-19 brought new hope, there is renewed apprehension... Read more »
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Vaccines reduce mortality by 50% in Delta variant patients: CCMB study

A recent study by researchers from Hyderabad-based Centre for Cellular and Molecular Biology (CCMB) and AIG (Asian Institute of Gastroenterology) Hospitals found that the severity of the COVID-19 disease among people infected... Read more »