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“Pandemic Is Not Over”: WHO Says Covid Cases Rising In 110 Countries

Geneva:  The World Health Organisation (WHO) on Wednesday said that the COVID-19 pandemic is changing but it is not over…

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US Medical Experts Call For Omicron-Specific Covid Boosters

Washington:  A panel of US medical experts on Tuesday called for Omicron-specific boosters this fall, as anticipation mounts that Covid…

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Beijing Extends Covid Curbs As Lockdown Anger In Shanghai Grows

Beijing:  China’s capital Beijing closed more gyms, malls, cinemas and apartment blocks on Friday, with authorities ramping up contact tracing…

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South Africa Warns Of Covid 5th Wave As Cases Rise

Johannesburg:  South Africa may be entering a fifth COVID-19 infection wave earlier than expected, after a sustained rise in infections…

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Covid-19 may cause changes in the brain, new study finds

Covid-19 may cause greater loss of grey matter and tissue damage in the brain than naturally occurs in people who have…

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Covid-19: Advisory for safe home isolation amid Omicron wave

Keeping in mind the rise in Omicron cases, doctors advise that we all follow government guidelines and safety measures thoroughly. It has…

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Coronavirus Omicron India LIVE updates: India reports over 2.8 lakh daily cases; active caseload crosses 18 lakh

Coronavirus Omicron India LIVE News: India recorded 2,82,970 new Covid-19 cases and 441 related deaths in the last 24 hours ending 8 am Wednesday,…

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Can common cold provide protection against Covid-19? Here’s what a study says

High levels of T-cells from a common cold could provide some protection against the Covid-19 virus, a recent study has…

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The best cycling routes near every metropolitan city for nature lovers

With lockdowns, curfews, and partial closedowns across the country owing to a surge in Covid cases, the beginning of 2022…

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Milan Fashion Week curtailed by virus, opens with 16 shows

Milan fashion houses were charting a path out of the pandemic that included a menswear calendar this month packed with…

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