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How education and social media regulation can combat science denial

Queensland: Some form of international regulation is urgently required to prevent constant barrage of misinformation and harm pervading online world

BY / Tuesday, 16 April, 2024

India reports highest single day rise in COVID-19 cases sine 21 May

New Delhi: Kerala Health Minister says all under control, more cases expected

BY / Saturday, 23 December, 2023

Union Health Minister reiterates COVID is not over yet, urges states to increase surveillance and counter fake news

New Delhi: Rise in daily positivity rate observed in few states like Kerala, Maharashtra, Jharkhand and Karnataka

BY / Wednesday, 20 December, 2023

Centre advises constant vigil over surge in COVID-19 cases

New Delhi: States/UTs asked to increase number of RT-PCR tests and send positive samples for genome sequencing to INSACOG labs

BY / Monday, 18 December, 2023

Case of JN.1 subvariant of COVID19 detected in Kerala: Health Ministry

New Delhi: Ministry says patient had mild symptoms of Influenza Like Illness and has recovered from Covid-19

BY / Saturday, 16 December, 2023

Centre holds high-level meeting on COVID-19, asks states to ramp up genome sequencing

New Delhi: EG.5 (Eris) reported from over 50 countries, BA.2.86 (Pirola) is in four countries

BY / Monday, 21 August, 2023

Needle-free Omicron-specific mRNA-based Booster vaccine launched in India

New Delhi: GEMCOVAC® -OM is a thermostable vaccine and does not require ultra-cold chain infrastructure

BY / Saturday, 24 June, 2023

COVID is officially no longer a global health emergency – here’s what that means (and what we’ve learned along the way)

The COVID pandemic has taught us how adaptive behaviour can be, in particular how much people were willing to change their behaviour to keep themselves and others safe

BY / Tuesday, 16 May, 2023

India home to 2.7 million zero-dose children, perception of vaccines held firm or improved after Covid: UNICEF

New Delhi: The report warned that 67 million children across the globe missed out on vaccinations between 2019 and 2021 with the coverage levels declining in 112 countries

BY / Thursday, 20 April, 2023

No need for panic, Nagaland is well prepared if COVID-19 cases rise: Health Department assures

Kohima: the department also appealed to the people to maintain the behavioural change and the discipline.

BY / Thursday, 20 April, 2023

COVID-19: One new case detected in Nagaland, 10,542 across India

Kohima: Nagaland’s COVID-19 tally now stands at 35995 with 33693 recoveries, 777 deaths and 1517 migrated cases

BY / Wednesday, 19 April, 2023

MP: Man declared ‘dead’ due to COVID-19 returns home after 2 years

Dhar: After the hospital handed over the "body" to them, the family members performed his last rites

BY / Sunday, 16 April, 2023
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