Category: Covid-19

  • Celebrities Pay Tribute to Lata Mangeshkar

    On Sunday, February 6 at 8:12 a.m legend singer Lata Mangeshkar passed away. She was hospitalized at Mumbai’s Breach Candy Hospital due to symptoms of COVID-19, the reason for her death because of multi-organ failure. She was the ‘nightingale of India’ and a great inspiration to all music seekers. Various celebrities pay tribute by sharing their memories […]

  • Covid infections shield fading in double jabbed

    The real-world study comprises data on positive Covid Infections PCR test results between May and July 2021 amongst more than a million people who had got two doses of the Pfizer or AstraZeneca vaccine. Protection after two shots of Pfizer reduced from 88% at one month to 74% at five to six months. For AstraZeneca, […]

  • Aishwarya Rajnikanth tests positive for Covid.

    On Tuesday, Rajnikanth elder daughter Aishwarya Rajnikanth informed their fans on Instagram handle about her diagnosis. She has been admitted to the hospital. She posted a picture of herself on Instagram from the hospital and wrote in the caption” Covid-19 Tested positive even after all precautions…Got admitted… Please mask up get vaccinated and be safe… […]

  • Coronavirus : Youth caution of long Covid amid jab drive

    A new NHS video publicizes the experiences of three previously healthy people as part of a drive to inspire vaccine for Coronavirus uptake. Quincy Dwamena, 31, mentioned that he delayed his jab and “ended up being hospitalized and thought I was going to die”. It arrives as the government says it has met its objective of […]

  • Covid Treatment-antibody therapy sanctioned in the UK

    The regulator mentioned that the drug Ronapreve had been shown to avert infection and diminish the need for hospital for Covid Treatment. It was notably used as part of the suite of experimental medicines given to US President Donald Trump last year. Nonetheless, it is costly and likely to be earmarked for those at the […]

  • Two doses of Covid vaccines are pretty effective against the Delta variant

    Although earlier less effective, the Oxford-AstraZeneca jab provides the same high protection as the Pfizer-BioNTech after four to five months, the principal study of its kind denotes. However, the jabs are not more effective than against the Alpha variant, responsible for most UK infections last winter. The data is insufficient for Moderna. However, researchers believe it “almost […]

  • New Zealand opts for nationwide lockdown with one Covid case

    The case was found in Auckland. New Zealand, which will be in lockdown for a week, and remaining country will be in lockdown for three days. Authorities state that they are working on the premise that the new case was the Delta variant. Coromandel, a coastal town where the person had gone, will also be […]

  • Covid Restriction: Self-isolation finishes for double-jabbed and under-18s

    Rather than quarantining for ten days, They are now advised to Covid Restriction take a PCR test – however, this is not compulsory. Another advice is to wear a face-covering in enclosed spaces and limit contact with others, especially the clinically vulnerable. The guidance is related to under-18s too. The alterations to self-isolation rules have […]

  • UK: Surge in the economy with ease in restrictions

    Data from the Office for National Statistics reflected that retail, restaurants, and hotels propelled the gross domestic product (GDP) enlargement. Another factor for the boost has been as schools reopened in the second quarter. Nonetheless, the figure was slightly lower than 5%, as the Bank of England expected. The UK economy is now 4.4% lesser […]

  • Australian capital Canberra enters into snap lockdown

    The lockdown will come into force at 17:00 local time on Thursday (07:00 GMT). It was proposed for the whole of the Australian Capital Territory – home to around 400,000 people – since authorities do not know how the infected person caught the virus. Inhabitants will only be able to leave home for indispensable reasons. With […]