There has been a lot of talks recently about the new coronavirus variant. The fast spread of the new variant of coronavirus has been blamed for the strict tier four mixing rules for millions of people, harder restrictions on mixing ...

The first case of the COVID-19 pandemic in India was reported on 30 January 2020. Since then, the outbreak has spread across the nation, with more than 85,000 cases and over 2,700 deaths. India has just surpassed the number of cases of novel coronavirus ...

As strange it may sound to your ears but this may prove out to be one of the most bizarre findings regarding the COVID-19. Multiple studies hint that smokers may be at lower risk of becoming seriously ill with COVID-19 ...

The novel coronavirus outbreak is still spreading across the world with varying intensity in different countries. Many countries are preparing themselves to ease the lockdown and returning to normalcy. The economic impact form the lockdown has been unprecedented in the ...

In a surprising move, Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee led West Bengal government announced on Monday that people testing positive for novel coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2) in the state will be allowed to go home and self-quarantine. Addressing a press in a virtual ...

While the COVID-19 pandemic has been impacting the elderly and individuals with co-morbid conditions, children have mostly been spared from the severe symptoms of coronavirus. However, a new development where British GPs have warned of youngsters being hit by a ...

During the times of the pandemic, for many people who have witnessed the tremendous growth of medical science and healthcare, in general, it is very difficult to understand why developing a vaccine for COVID-19 is taking so long. Also, given ...

Everyone is feeling the effect of lockdown in India, which has been in force since March 24 and was extended again on April 14. Celebrities are no exception to these unmatched experiences and effects of the lockdown. Add to this, ...

In a new development WHO warned that Governments should not issue so-called ‘Immunity Passports’ or ‘Risk-Free Certificates’ for those who have recovered from COVID-19, as a way of easing lockdowns. It further said there was “no evidence” that people who ...