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Fresh COVID-19 cases remain below 45k in India; total caseload inch closer to 80 lakh-mark

The country's COVID-19 caseload mounted to 79,90,322 with 43,893 fresh cases being reported in a day, while the death toll climbed to 1,20,010 with 508 new fatalities, the ministry data updated at 8 a

Unlock 6.0 guidelines: MHA announces re-opening rules, here’s what is allowed, what is not

Unlock 6.0 guidelines: The central government has asked the states and UTs to take a call one reopening of state and private universities for research scholars, schools and coaching institutes, and ga

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Hyderabad Airport becomes India’s first airport to start e-boarding facilities for international flights; Check process

The International E-boarding service will help reduce queue waiting time for flyers at the Hyderabad Airport

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Some evidence shows children could be COVID spreaders: ICMR

There is some evidence which shows that children who were earlier thought to be protected against coronavirus infection can be "spreaders, rather than super-spreaders", ICMR Director General Balram Bh

State govts urged to take national approach towards deciding criteria for COVID vaccine: Centre

Dr V K Paul, NITI Aayog member (Health), who also heads the National Task Force on COVID-19, at a press briefing said that resources will not be an issue in ensuring access to vaccines as and when it

Long-term exposure to air pollution can contribute to mortality in COVID-19 cases: ICMR DG

It is well-proven that pollution is related to mortality, ICMR Director General Balram Bhargava said, and asserted that the most inexpensive prevention for COVID-19 and pollution is rapid and widespre

Piyush Goyal calls upon global community to ensure timely, equitable availability of vaccines for COVID-19

Speaking at a virtual informal meeting of WTO members, he said India and South Africa have proposed relaxing certain provisions in the IP agreement of the WTO to address the challenges that countries

India, US vow to deepen cooperation in jointly combating COVID-19

At the third edition of the 2+2 talks held between External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar and Defence Minister Rajnath Singh, and US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and Defence Secretary Mark T Esper,

Covid-19 vaccine update: Covaxin in 3rd phase of human trials, says ICMR director

While the Covaxin has been approved to undergo the final phase of the human trials, the vaccine developed by Zydus Cadila and AstraZeneca are in the second phase of human trials, he said.

. Dr Bhargava said that it has well been established that pollution is contributing to Covid-19 mortality.

COVID-19 vaccine shows ‘strong immune response’ in all adult groups: Oxford University

The ChAdOx1 nCov-2019 vaccine, called AZD1222 by AstraZeneca, is currently undergoing worldwide trials with some reports raising hopes for a rollout within months.

CM Arvind Kejriwal to launch ‘Green Delhi’ app to redress complaints of air pollution-causing activities

A 10-member team has been deployed under senior scientists Mohan George and B L Chawla to monitor the levels of primary pollutants, measures taken to curb pollution and status of complaints received t

No. of COVID-19 cases rose in 5 states, UTs during festival season: Health ministry

Addressing a press conference, Health Secretary Rajesh Bhushan cautioned people to follow COVID-appropriate behaviour during festivals.

Around 85% symptomatic negative cases of rapid-antigen tests underwent retest in October: Delhi govt data

In September, only 10 to 15 per cent of such cases were being followed up with an RT-PCR test, the data showed.

Kerala records 5,457 fresh COVID-19 cases, 7,015 recoveries

Kerala on Tuesday reported 5,457 new COVID-19 cases and 24 more deaths, taking the infection count in the state to 3,89,735 and toll to 1,376.

Farm fires contributed 23% in Delhi’s PM2.5 pollution on Tuesday, max so far: SAFAR

The share of stubble burning in Delhi's PM2.5 pollution rose to 23 per cent on Tuesday, the maximum so far this season, according to a central government air quality monitoring agency.

Declining trend of COVID-19 pandemic in India, except for 2 to 3 states: Govt

The COVID-19 pandemic in India is showing a declining trend, except for two to three states, the government said on Tuesday, noting that it is "particularly noteworthy" vis-a-vis some countries in the

The government said the message - 'Wear mask, follow physical distancing, and maintain hand hygiene to combat COVID-19' - should also be displayed in communications being sent by them to various authorities and organisations.

Noida: One more dies of COVID-19, caseload over 17,000

Uttar Pradesh's Gautam Buddh Nagar recorded one more fatality linked to COVID-19 on Tuesday that pushed the district's death toll to 67, official data showed.

Intensive irrigation in India enhances deadly ‘moist heat stress’, study finds

Intensive irrigation in India is increasing atmospheric moisture levels and enhancing potentially deadly extreme 'heat stress' conditions where people's bodies do not cool down easily, a new study say

UP’s COVID-19 case tally climbs to over 4.74 lakh; death toll rises to 6,940

"The number of active cases in the state is 26,267, while 4,40,847 patients have been treated and discharged. The death toll due to the disease has reached 6,940," a health bulletin issued here said.

A total of 1,38,155 COVID-19 tests were conducted on Monday, taking the total number of samples tested so far in the state to 1,42,76,788, the bulletin said.

SpiceJet offering Covid-19 test for flyers at homes; Check process, cost

SpiceJet flyers need to visit the official website of SpiceJet -- www.spicejet.com -- to book the RT-PCR Covid-19 test.

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Why is there a need of Global Health Revolution

Good and affordable health services should be a human right and available within reasonable reach given the exponential innovation in the field of medicine to those who require them whenever necessary

The environment directly affects our health and plays a major role in our quality of life, longevity, and health disparities.

Readers connected with ‘One day life will change’ as the story had positive vibes: Saranya Umakanthan

Saranya Umakanthan opens up to The Financial Express Online’s Swapna Raghu Sanand in an exclusive interaction .

Historical significance of the Dutch-built Patna Collectorate

Goods from as far as Sindh were stocked at the Patna port before being finally sent to the Kolkata port and eventually to different European nations.

Dubai airport prepares for possible ‘slow’ coronavirus recovery

Dubai reopened for tourists in July, even as neighboring Abu Dhabi still requires even UAE residents to have just-received virus test results to come into the emirate.

In God’s Own Country, 100-million-old fish unravels past!

Apart from "Aenigmachanna Gollum", a sister species called "Aenigmachanna mahabali" has been discovered.

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India’s COVID-19 active cases stand at 6.25 lakh, lowest after 11 weeks

India's COVID-19 caseload mounted to 79,46,429, with 36,470 new infections being reported in a day, while the death toll climbed to 1,19,502 with 488 new fatalities, the data updated at 8 am showed.

Air pollution linked with 15 per cent COVID-19 deaths worldwide: Study

Professor Thomas Munzel from the Johannes Gutenberg University in Germany noted that when people inhale polluted air, the very small polluting particles, the PM2.5, migrate from the lungs to the blood

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