“Although infections have increased in the UK in the last few days because of easing of restrictions, hospitalisations have not significantly risen.”
According to Health Minister Nguyen Thanh Long, the new hybrid strain is more transmissible than previous known variants and strains of COVID-19 and spreads rapidly in the air.
Amid the chaos and panic around the world, there is indeed some hope and good news. And this video will speak about the five positive stories, not the kind of ‘positive’ that we all would expect in the context of Covid-19, these are really uplifting stories. Stories that give us hope and courage.
Scientists in Germany claim they identified the cause for the rare cases of blood clots observed in the recipients of AstraZeneca and Johnson & Johnson vaccines. The hypothesis, by Rolf Marschalek, a professor at Goethe University, Frankfurt, says the issue lies in how the vaccines deliver the genetic material that prompts the immune response needed to protect against Covid.
Researchers conducted the study on nearly 2,000 people. The study group included non-tasters -- or people who are unable to to detect bitter flavours -- supertasters and normal tasters.
Researchers from Sweden have now claimed that a clinical study conducted for a potential vaccine for Type 1 diabetes has shown promising results.
The fighting between Israel and Hamas has killed more than 200 people from both sides. The US President Joe Biden also welcomed the ceasefire.
All you need to know about Palestine’s largest militant Islamist group.
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The country received the most number of tourists from India post the COVID-19 lockdown relaxations.