WHO to vaccinate 40% population of every nation soon

The World Health Organization (WHO) announced an initiative to vaccinate 40 per cent of the population of every country against Covid-19 by the end of 2021 and 70 per cent by mid-2022, by prioritising vaccine delivery to low-income countries, particularly those in Africa. Continue Reading

Covid: Long-lasting symptoms rarer in kids

When Covid-19 arrived, it quickly became clear that older age was the biggest risk factor for developing severe disease. Indeed, there are few diseases for which age is so clearly the most important risk factor. Continue Reading

The other side of capping prices of Covid essentials

The Tamilnadu government recently announced the fixing of MRP of 15 Covid essential medical products including hand sanitisers, PPE kits, N95 masks and surgical gowns. Continue Reading

AIIMS confirms efficacy of Phytorelief to combat Covid

AIIMS Patna has confirmed the efficacy of AlchemLife’s Phytorelief in the management of mild and moderate cases of Covid-19 by acting as a natural anti-viral agent which helps in limiting Covid-19 spread in initial stages of the disease. Continue Reading

‘Car prices may be fairly stable in short term’

Prices of cars are likely to remain fairly stable in the short term as the second Covid-19 wave has more or less balanced the demand-supply situation in the past two months, according to a senior official at Volkswagen Passenger Cars India. Continue Reading