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Larger Population Surveys Required For Deeper Understanding Of COVID-19, Its Antibody Response: Experts

Larger Population Surveys Required For Deeper Understanding Of COVID-19, Its Antibody Response: Experts
Coronavirus Outbreak News
The Union Health Ministry on Tuesday (July 20) informed that the fourth round of the National Sero-survey has been conducted and the overall seroprevalence in the country is at 67.6 per cent ...
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Third Covid Wave May Occur Either Due To Mutations In Virus Or Pool Of Susceptible Population: Government

Third Covid Wave May Occur Either Due To Mutations In Virus Or Pool Of Susceptible Population: Government
Coronavirus Outbreak News
According to the World Health Organization, the Delta variant of SARS-CoV-2 has shown higher transmissibility than other mutant variants of concern (VOCs) identified to date ...
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COVID-Positive Mothers Should Continue Breastfeeding, Maintain Physical Distancing With Baby Rest Of The Time

COVID-Positive Mothers Should Continue Breastfeeding, Maintain Physical Distancing With Baby Rest Of The Time
Breastfeeding Coronavirus Outbreak News
According to Dr Manju Puri, Head of the Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Lady Hardinge Medical College, New Delhi, pregnant women must take all possible precautions to prevent the infection as COVID-19 can affect her and her child in many other ways ...
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Effects Of Future Waves Of COVID-19 On Children Are Speculations: Doctor

Effects Of Future Waves Of COVID-19 On Children Are Speculations: Doctor
Coronavirus Outbreak News
Children may express psychological distress (sadness) by acting out in a different way like some may become silent while others may express anger and hyperactivity, said Dr Praveen Kumar, Director, Department of Paediatrics, Lady Hardinge Medical College ...
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Odisha’s Sustainable Development Goals’ Performance Raises By 10 Points

Odisha's Sustainable Development Goals’ Performance Raises By 10 Points
News Odisha Swasth India
Sustainable Development Goals: Odisha ranked number one in Goal-14 relating to conservation and sustainability of the use of ocean, sea and marine resources ...
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COVID-19 Led Disruption To Regular Immunisation Programme Has Caused 66% Increase In Unvaccinated Children In India: UNICEF

COVID-19 Led Disruption To Regular Immunisation Programme Has Caused 66% Increase In Unvaccinated Children In India: UNICEF
News Swasth India
According to a data compiled by UNICEF on immunisation of children against vaccine-preventable diseases, 1.7 crore children worldwide have not received even a single vaccine during 2020 because of COVID-19 led disruptions of health services ...
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Genome Sequencing Is Important To Track, Identify Variants And Control COVID-19 Pandemic: Epidemiologist Aditi Hazra

Genome Sequencing Is Important To Track, Identify Variants And Control COVID-19 Pandemic: Epidemiologist Aditi Hazra
Coronavirus Outbreak News Swasth India
According to Dr Aditi Hazra, Associate Epidemiologist, Brigham and Women's Hospital, Assistant Professor of Medicine, Harvard Medical School, genome sequencing by countries help in keeping up with new variants ...
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How Has COVID-19 Impacted Children? Experts Discuss At The Townhall

Schools and Colleges are not only about education, but it’s also about character building: Dr Randeep Guleria
Coronavirus Outbreak India’s Coronavirus Warriors Swasth India
Experts like Dr Randeep Guleria from AIIMS, Nobel Laureate Kailash Sathyarthi and Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist Dr Amit Sen joined Banega Swasth India’s 'Saluting The COVID Heroes' Townhall and discussed how COVID has affected India's children ...
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What Have We Learnt From The Second Wave Of COVID-19 To Help Us Mitigate The Third Wave?

It is the duty of each and every individual to follow COVID appropriate behaviour for their community and nation: Experts
Coronavirus Outbreak India’s Coronavirus Warriors
At the Saluting The COVID Heroes Townhall, Dr Randeep Guleria, Dr VK Paul and Dr Sangita Reddy discussed the lessons learnt from the second wave of COVID-19 to avoid a third wave ...
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Opinion: The Nurse Practitioner – An Idea Whose Time Has Come

Opinion: The Nurse Practitioner - An Idea Whose Time Has Come
Blogs Swasth India
The World Health Organisation (WHO) guidelines say there should be three nurses per 1,000 people; in India, that number is 1.7 ...
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India Administers Over 35 Crore Doses In 170 Days, Second Highest Globally, Says Union Health Ministry

India Administers Over 35 Crore Doses In 170 Days, Second Highest Globally, Says Union Health Ministry
Coronavirus Outbreak Coronavirus Vaccine News
According to the Union Health Ministry, the pace of vaccination has picked up after the new Covid vaccination policy came into effect on June 21 under which Centre is supplying 75 per cent of the doses free-of-cost to States, UTs to inoculate everyone who is above 18 years of age for free ...
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How To Ensure Mental Wellbeing Of Children During The COVID-19 Crisis

How To Ensure Mental Wellbeing Of Children During The COVID-19 Crisis
Coronavirus Outbreak Mental Health News Swasth India
Dr Amit Sen, Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist explains about the symptoms that parents should look out for to know if their children are going through stress and recommends ways to help them cope with the uncertainties brought upon people by the pandemic ...
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