Coronavirus

  1. COVID-19 And Black Live Matter Movement: How Is America Dealing With Dual Crises?

    COVID-19 And Black Live Matter Movement: How Is America Dealing With Dual Crises?

    Amidst the COVID 19 updates, a video of George Floyd's death at the hands of a cop in Minneapolis, United States of America went viral on 25th May 2020 and triggered protests across the globe. These protests across the United States of America brought renewed attention to the killing of black Americans during the past decade and the ongoing concern about racism in America. In some cities of the United States of America, the police response to the incident has further fueled protesters, prompting calls to defund the police. In Washington D.C., President Trump’s use of the military and federal police to seize control of parts of the city — including dispersing peaceful protesters in Lafayette Square near the White House — has drawn heavy criticism from the people and top military figures.

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  2. How To Choose The Right Face Mask For Protection Against Coronavirus?

    How To Choose The Right Face Mask For Protection Against Coronavirus?

    One study analyzed the impact of masks on coronaviruses and found that masks are useful at lessening how much virus a sick person spreads. Experts say that masks might help keep people with COVID 19 from unknowingly passing along the virus. COVID 19 America’s death toll is higher than anywhere else in the world—and is continuing to rise. Most Americans expect a COVID 19 vaccine within a year but until then we need to protect ourselves and take the necessary precautions and wearing a mask in one of them.

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  3. BE FULLY PREPARED WHILE VISITING HOSPITALS DURING COVID 19!

    BE FULLY PREPARED WHILE VISITING HOSPITALS DURING COVID 19!

    Hospitals are considered to be the hotbed for infection and they are still busy treating coronavirus infection cases. In the past few months, several scheduled and non-critical operations and surgeries were delayed or put on hold fearing the spread of the virus and this hold has put a lot of lives in jeopardy. A lot of people, especially those dealing with chronic disorders and the ones who need timely treatment found themselves scouting for help, despite the fact that telemedicine was introduced by the authorities. 

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  4. New Cases Of COVID 19 In China And America

    New Cases Of COVID 19 In China And America

    Many countries were looking to China for how the new normal would work, however, this most recent flare-up is interfering with progress once again. This time around the government in China is progressively prepared to take care of the recent outbreak with certain manufacturing and business outlets continuing to work. The COVID 19 situation is still at its peak in both the countries, in fact, coronavirus will be with us for at least another year or maybe more. Without the benefit of history as a guide, only time can tell when we will be able to return to normal. Therefore, this time really is different and we have tough times ahead of us!

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  5. THE CDC HAS NEW SOCIAL GUIDELINES FOR YOU THIS SUMMER!

    THE CDC HAS NEW SOCIAL GUIDELINES FOR YOU THIS SUMMER!

    The Centre for Disease Control and Prevention has finally issued guidelines for you, for the post lockdown period to help the public minimize risk while venturing out into public spaces. These guidelines prescribe the precautions, so that you can save yourself from the coronavirus pandemic, you are supposed to take in the public places. Stay at home if you have any of the COVID-19 symptoms and avoid any close contact with your family members. Keep washing your hands or use alcohol-based hand sanitizers. Stay home, stay safe!

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  6. Coronavirus Breakthrough: Dexamethasone comes out as the life-saving drug

    Coronavirus Breakthrough: Dexamethasone comes out as the life-saving drug

    Small doses of generic steroid dexamethasone to patients hospitalized with COVID-19 lowered death rates by about a third among those who have the most severe case of infection, as shown in the trial data on Tuesday. The findings, presented as the "major breakthrough" by researchers leading the UK-led clinical study known as RECOVERY, recommend that the drug should right away become standard treatment in patients treated in a hospital with a pandemic COVID-19, the scientists said.

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  7. Depression During Lockdown- Here Are Some Tips To The Rescue

    Depression During Lockdown- Here Are Some Tips To The Rescue

    Coronavirus pandemic (the global outbreak of coronavirus disease) is definitely stressful for people. Anxiety and fear about a disease can be overwhelming and cause strong emotions in adults and children. Take care of your own emotional health as well. Caring for a loved one can take an emotional toll, especially during an outbreak like coronavirus. Stay at home if you are sick. Do not visit family or friends who are at greater risk for severe illness from coronavirus. Use virtual communication to keep in touch and to support your loved ones and keep them safe. 

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  8. America Protests Amid COVID 19- How To Ensure Safety?

    America Protests Amid COVID 19- How To Ensure Safety?

    People have taken to the streets of London, Berlin, Paris and several other cities around the world to demonstrate in support of “Black Lives Matter” protests in America and to vent anger over President Donald Trump’s response to the killing of George Floyd by a member of the Minneapolis Police department, named Derek Chauvin. As protesters take to the streets in dozens of cities in the United States and several other countries, to mourn the killing of George Floyd by one of the policemen belonging to the Minneapolis Police Department, to support the Minneapolis protests or riots in the United States and demand justice, many are wondering whether it’s possible to participate safely with the coronavirus pandemic still spreading and taking lives. 

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  9. ARE DIABETIC PATIENTS AT HIGHER RISK OF CONTRACTING COVID-19?

    ARE DIABETIC PATIENTS AT HIGHER RISK OF CONTRACTING COVID-19?

    Every individual needs to be careful to avoid the virus that causes COVID-19. Taking precautions is necessary for all, and if you are suffering from any other illness, then you are supposed to take extra care. Even if you have someone at home who is already sick from any other disease, such lungs or heart disease, you are required to take proper care and be cautious, because the virus is contagious. You have to be extra careful if you have diabetes or live with anyone who has diabetes. If you have type 1 diabetes or type 2 diabetes, you should be even more cautious than a normal individual.

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  10. COVID 19- Pregnant Women’s Care Guide

    COVID 19- Pregnant Women’s Care Guide

    The Coronavirus is a large family of viruses that causes diseases ranging from common cold to Middle East Respiratory Syndrome, or MERS-CoV, and Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome also called SARS-CoV, and yes, the virus is contagious. This type of virus is a new chain of virus as the global experts stated. The World Health Organization is working tirelessly with governments and other health organisations to provide proper assistance to the countries regarding the preventive measures that are supposed to be taken and the most important measure being, maintaining social distancing.

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