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Coronavirus

Studies estimate long COVID-19 has over two hundred Symptoms

By Karthik Kumar D K on 17th Jul 2021
According to a Lancet's journal EClinicalMedicine, In the Coronavirus (Covid-19) patients who are facing prolonged symptoms have reported more than 200 symptoms across 10 organ systems. They have analysed the responses of 3,762 peoples from 56 different countries with confirmed or suspected Covid-19. And the data were collected from September 6, 2020, to November 25, 20

Precautions while travelling during Coronavirus times

By Karthik Kumar D K on 25th Jun 2021
It is not completely safe to travel during the Coronavirus times. Although the mortality rate of the people affected with COVID appears to be quite low, there is always a chance with the data which we get in our country. I see one should avoid travelling as much as possible so that we reduce the chances of spreading the virus. Following are some of the things to be

Black Fungus - Detected in Coronavirus Patients

By Leela Vasundhara on 13th Jun 2021
Black fungus is an infection caused by a fungus named mucormycosis. This fungal infection is being reported in a few Corona-affected patients during or post-recovery. People catch mucormycosis when they come in contact with the fungal spores in the environment. It can also be contacted through skin contact through a cut, burn, or any other form of skin trauma.

COVID-19 Vaccination in India, Covishield and Covaxin

By Karthik Kumar D K on 10th Mar 2021
In January 2021 India started National Vaccination programme against the SARS-CoV-2 virus which has caused the COVID-19 pandemic. The drive prioritises healthcare and frontline workers, and then those over the age of 60, and then those over the age of 45 and suffering from certain comorbidities. In January 2021 Secretary-General of the United Nations Antonio Guterre

Coronavirus, Discovered in the 1960s, Serious Respiratory Tract Infections

By Karthik Kumar D K on 22nd Feb 2021
Coronaviruses are a group of viruses that cause diseases in mammals and birds that include diarrhea in cows and pigs, and upper respiratory disease in chickens. In humans, the virus causes respiratory infections, which are often mild, but in rare cases are potentially lethal. There are no vaccines or antiviral drugs that are approved for prevention or treatment.
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