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Rising COVID-19 Cases Will ‘Plateau’ After 10-15 Days; No Need To Panic: Delhi Health Minister

Rising COVID-19 Cases Will 'Plateau' After 10-15 Days; No Need To Panic: Delhi Health Minister
Coronavirus Outbreak Delhi News
According to Delhi Health Minister Satyendar Jain, aggressive testing is the main reason for the increase in the number of COVID-19 cases in the capital ...
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Presence Of Antibodies May Not Guarantee Protection From COVID-19, Say Scientists

Presence Of Antibodies May Not Guarantee Protection From COVID-19, Say Scientists
Coronavirus Outbreak News
According to scientists, simple presence of antibodies is a clear indication of previous exposure to SARS-CoV-2 but are not that useful to stop further spread of the virus disease without the presence of neutralising antibodies ...
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Complaints From States That People Becoming Lax In Taking COVID-19 Precautions: Health Ministry

Complaints From States That People Becoming Lax In Taking COVID-19 Precautions: Health Ministry
Coronavirus Outbreak News
NITI Aayog member V K Paul said that people should follow precautionary measures and must not hesitat in getiing themselves tested for COVID-19 ...
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COVID-19 Patients Suffer Long-Term Lung, Heart Damage But It Can Improve With Time: Study

COVID-19 Patients Suffer Long-Term Lung, Heart Damage But It Can Improve With Time: Study
Coronavirus Outbreak News
As per the latest study, COVID-19 patients can suffer long-term lung and heart damage but, for many, this tends to improve over time ...
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Uncertainty Over Long-Term Immune Response Has Implications For Vaccine Efficacy: Experts

Uncertainty Over Long-Term Immune Response Has Implications For Vaccine Efficacy: Experts
Coronavirus Outbreak Coronavirus Vaccine News
The real impact of vaccines on the coronavirus pandemic will become evident only once it has been widely in use for a few months in different populations, said experts ...
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Vaccination During Pandemic: Fear Of Contracting COVID-19 Prevents Parents From Taking Kids For Vaccination

Vaccination During Pandemic: Fear Of Contracting COVID-19 Prevents Parents From Taking Kids For Vaccination
Coronavirus Outbreak News
Vineet Kwatra, Head and Senior Consultant, Department of Pediatrics and Neonatology, Medeor Hospital said he has had patients coming to him in September for vaccination of their kids which were due in March since they were scared of stepping out ...
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Studies Indicate COVID-19 Immunity Stays From Five Months To A Year

Studies Indicate COVID-19 Immunity Stays From Five Months To A Year
Coronavirus Outbreak News
According to the Union Health Ministry, one out of every 6 people who get COVID-19 becomes seriously ill and develops difficulty in breathing ...
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Children Can Have COVID-19 Antibodies, Virus In Their System Simultaneously, States A Study

Children Can Have COVID-19 Antibodies, Virus In Their System Simultaneously, States A Study
Coronavirus Outbreak News
According to Dr Burak Bahar, lead author of the study on children and coronavirus, children have the potential to transmit the coronavirus even if antibodies are detected ...
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COVID-19 Antibodies Present In Patients Four Months After Recovery: Study

COVID-19 Antibodies Present In Patients Four Months After Recovery: Study
Coronavirus Outbreak News
The study, published in The New England Journal of Medicine, concludes that antibody levels against the novel coronavirus rose and then held steady for up to four months in more than 90 percent of recovered COVID-19 patients in Iceland ...
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Union Minister Kiren Rijiju Calls Upon Celebrities, Corporates, Athletes To Revolutionise Fit India Movement

Union Minister Kiren Rijiju Calls Upon Celebrities, Corporates, Athletes To Revolutionise Fit India Movement
Fit India News
According to Union Minister of Sports and Youth Affairs Kiren Rijiju various state governments, schools and colleges participated in a number of activities organised by the Fit India Movement in the country last year ...
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India’s COVID-19 Fatality Rate Slides To 1.76 Per Cent, One Of The Lowest Globally: Health Ministry

India's COVID-19 Fatality Rate Slides To 1.76 Per Cent, One Of The Lowest Globally: Health Ministry
Coronavirus Outbreak News
According to the Union Health Ministry, as part of the COVID-19 management and response policy, the Centre's focus has been not only on containing the coronavirus-related fatality but also to reduce deaths by providing quality clinical care to the critical and severe patients ...
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Need To Relook COVID-19 Testing Strategy, Experts Advise Centre

Need To Relook COVID-19 Testing Strategy, Experts Advise Centre
Coronavirus Outbreak News
According to Indian Public Health Association, the current benchmark for the adequacy of testing is 140 tests per million population per day, and sample positivity rate of less than five percent ...
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