India also registered a massive jump in COVID-19 death toll — over 400 fatalities were recorded in the last 24 hours.The World Health Organization on Sunday reported the largest single-day increase in coronavirus cases
On Sunday, Bengaluru registered it’s highest number of positive cases yet – 196. The ‘Today’s positives’ column for Bengaluru, in the Karnataka Department of Health and Family Welfare daily bulletin, has been showing a steady increase, with most days recording the highest yet.
Brazil passed 1 million coronavirus cases on Friday and approached 50,000 deaths, a new nadir for the world’s second worst-hit country as it struggles with a tense political climate and worsening economic outlook.
Verified An estimated 600 million people, about 21% of India’s total population have other health problems — which places them at higher risk of catching coronavirus infection than others, says The Lancet Global Health Portal which collected data from 188 countries. Globally, one in every five people is at an “increased risk of severe COVID-19” infection — that’s a whopping 1.7 billion in absolute numbers.
BOSTON - As coronavirus cases tick upward in various states across the country, while plans to reopen continue amid protests and presidential campaign rallies — the U.S. has found itself in a state of confusion as it relates to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Glenmark Pharma gains 15% on launch of Favipiravir, a potential Covid drug on Business Standard. The company launched antiviral drug Favipiravir, under the brand name FabiFlu, for the treatment of patients with mild to moderate Covid-19 at a price of about Rs 103 per tablet.
The National Institutes of Health announced Saturday that it has halted a clinical trial evaluating the safety and effectiveness of drug hydroxychloroquine as a treatment for adults hospitalized with Covid-19.
Verified Economic activity, which came to a near standstill in April, saw a rebound in May as restrictions on movement started to list. The pick-up, however, has turned patchy in June as some indicators continue to show improvement while others have flattened out.
US President Donald Trump has once again blamed China for the global spread of the deadly coronavirus which has killed over 450,000 people and infected more than 8.5 million others, terming the disease as “Kung flu”.
Parents and students seem to have crossed the mental barrier about online learning The lockdown might have brought the world to a grinding halt, but it didn’t put a dent in Tanisha Vasa’s academic goa.