Why international locations must silent terminate the utilize of anti-malarial treatment for COVID-19

Why international locations must silent terminate the utilize of anti-malarial treatment for COVID-19

At least 55 countries have ordered large supplies of the anti-malarial drugs Hydroxychloroquine (HCQ) and Chloroquine (CQ) from India, manufacturer of 70 percent of the world’s HCQs, to treat COVID-19 patients. These countries, including the US, Thailand, Indonesia, Malaysia, and the Philippines, are spending their COVID-19 response budget to import the drugs almost without scientific evidence. Decision taken by the US Food and Drug Administration to issue…

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Ahead of grand WHO meet, 100+ countries assist calls for probe into Covid-19 starting achieve

Ahead of grand WHO meet, 100+ countries assist calls for probe into Covid-19 starting achieve

Home / India News / Ahead of big WHO meet, 100+ countries back calls for probe into Covid-19 origin The European Union-drafted resolution to seek a probe into the origin of the coronavirus disease that has killed over 300,000 people and the WHO’s response has gained the support of over 100 countries including India, according…

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As Worldwide locations Resort To Spraying Disinfectants In The Open, WHO Warns It May possibly well well no longer Slay Coronavirus

As Worldwide locations Resort To Spraying Disinfectants In The Open, WHO Warns It May possibly well well no longer Slay Coronavirus

Many countries are making it a habit to spray disinfectants out on the streets. But WHO has made it crystal clear that doing so does not eliminate the coronavirus and even poses a health risk. In a document on cleaning and disinfecting surfaces, WHO says spr…

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Covid-19: 10 international locations with very top collection of cases and fatalities

Covid-19: 10 international locations with very top collection of cases and fatalities

Home / World News / Covid-19: 10 countries with highest number of cases and fatalities Global deaths linked to the novel coronavirus passed 300,000 on Thursday, while reported cases of the virus are approaching 4.5 million.About half of the fatalities have been reported by the United States, the United Kingdom and Italy.The first death linked…

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As countries emerge from most modern round of coronavirus lockdowns, this is the means forward for the COVID-19 pandemic

As countries emerge from most modern round of coronavirus lockdowns, this is the means forward for the COVID-19 pandemic

Covid-19 isn’t going away soon. Two recent studies mapped out the possible shapes of its trajectory.Circles at Gare du Nord train station in Paris marked safe social distances on Wednesday.Credit…Ian Langsdon/EPA, via ShutterstockBy now we know — contrary to false predictions — that the novel coronavirus will be with us for a rather long time.“Exactly…

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As worldwide locations emerge from most restful round of coronavirus lockdowns, right here is the future of the COVID-19 pandemic

As worldwide locations emerge from most restful round of coronavirus lockdowns, right here is the future of the COVID-19 pandemic

By now we know that the novel coronavirus will be with us for a rather long time. “Exactly how long remains to be seen,” said Marc Lipsitch, an infectious disease epidemiologist at Harvard’s TH Chan School of Public Health. “It’s going to be a matter of managing it over months to a couple of years.…

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International locations must return to public health surveillance in COVID-19 fight: WHO’s Ryan

International locations must return to public health surveillance in COVID-19 fight: WHO’s Ryan

ZURICH (Reuters) – Countries must return to “basic principles” of public health surveillance if they are to bring the coronavirus outbreak under control, the World Health Organization’s (WHO) top emergency health expert said on Friday. The WHO, which said it is facing a $1.3 billion funding deficit for its effort to tackle COVID-19, issued the…

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Why worldwide locations preserve bowing to Apple and Google’s contact tracing app requirements

Why worldwide locations preserve bowing to Apple and Google’s contact tracing app requirements

Last month, after Apple and Google announced some changes to their forthcoming attempt to track the spread of COVID-19, I noted the surprising degree to which tech giants are setting the terms of the pandemic response. They own the hardware, they own the software, and national governments who would use it to find new cases…

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How the worst-hit nations are making ready for next section of lockdown

How the worst-hit nations are making ready for next section of lockdown

Written by Sonakshi Awasthi | New Delhi | Updated: May 8, 2020 6:02:50 pm Women wearing face mask protection to prevent the spread of the coronavirus talk seated on a bench in a public park, in Pamplona, northern Spain, Thursday, May 7, 2020. (AP Photo/Alvaro Barrientos)As some European countries and parts of the United States…

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13 countries, 64 flights, 3 Navy warships: How govt plans to bring aid over 14,000 stranded Indians in p

13 countries, 64 flights, 3 Navy warships: How govt plans to bring aid over 14,000 stranded Indians in p

NEW DELHI: India has embarked on a massive operation involving naval ships and aircraft in a phased manner to bring back some of the hundreds of thousands of nationals stuck abroad due to coronavirus restrictions, the government said. India banned all incoming international flights in late March as it imposed one of the world’s strictest…

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