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Health and Wellness News Headlines Today

India's top medical exam 'NExT' to be conducted in first half of 2023NPPA asks importers and manufacturers of five medical devices to submit data every quarterNeed to create vigilance and awareness ...

Article about 15 hours ago

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Bhutan fully vaccinates 90% of eligible adults within a weekNew York Pushes Vaccines With Mandates and $100 Incentives3rd Covid vaccine dose strongly boosts protection against Delta variant: ...

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World Hepatitis Day: Alcohol-related liver disease is a silent killer, shows signs only in advanced stageCOVID-19 Infection To Affect Male Fertility: Research By Crysta IVFIndia Can Be The World's ...

Article about 3 days ago

Government Issues New SOP, Introduced from Today

The Assam Government has issued a new set of Standard Operating Procedures (SOP) for both rural and urban areas in Assam, which has already come in force from 5 AM of July 28 until further order.As ...

Article about 3 days ago

Assam Crossed 1 Crore Vaccinations: Chief Minister

Assam Chief Minister Dr Himanta Biswa Sarma said that the State has reached one crore vaccination coverage and termed it as"good news".The Chief Minister took on to twitter last night and stated, ...

Article about 3 days ago

Maintaining a Positive Mental Health during Pandemic

The ongoing pandemic is a global challenge which has brought us to a point where we are going through tremendous emotional turmoil. In the current scenario, the COVID-19 pandemic has brought about a ...

Article about 4 days ago

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Covid third wave prep underway: AIIMS-Raipur sets up PSA oxygen plantWorld Bank, COVAX unveil plan to speed vaccine supplies to developing countriesChemotherapy can induce mutations that lead to ...

Article about 5 days ago

Health and Wellness News Headlines Today

Experts say COVID-19 vaccines don't necessarily protect people against infection. Rather, they protect against serious illness from the disease.Unvaccinated people account for 96% of new Covid-19 ...

Article about 7 days ago

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Indian govt's expert group in talks with Pfizer over COVID vaccine: Health MinisterDouble dose of AstraZeneca, Pfizer vaccines effective against Delta variant, says studyPotentially fatal and ...

Article about 8 days ago

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Pfizer, BioNTech Join Halting Effort to Produce Covid-19 Vaccines in AfricaU.S. Life Expectancy Fell by 1.5 Years in 2020, the Biggest Decline in GenerationsDelta Variant Accounts for 83% of Known ...

Article about 9 days ago

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Japan, UNDP join efforts to boost oxygen supply in India's north-eastern regionGovt of India allows employees with medical qualification to undertake practice, offer teleconsultationPrivate hospitals ...

Article about 10 days ago

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India may become the first country to have a DNA-based jab: Union Health Minister Mansukh MandaviyaOver 2.11 crore Covid-19 vaccine doses available with states, UTs and private hospitals: ...

Article about 11 days ago

Faith Hospital Introduces Accident and Trauma Centre

Faith Hospital is now the first hospital in Nagaland to have a dedicated accident and trauma centre. The accident and trauma centre inaugurated recently is well-equipped with high-tech instruments ...

Article about 11 days ago

New SOP in force in Assam from 20 July

The Assam Government has issues new SOP for both urban and rural areas which will remain in force from 5 AM of 20 July 2021 until further order. 24 hours curfew has been imposed in Golaghat, Jorhat, ...

Article about 11 days ago

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Revolutionary CRISPR treatment could be much-awaited 'miracle cure' for COVID-19Most fully vaccinated people infected by COVID-19 Delta variant remain asymptomatic, says WHO'Neuroprosthesis' ...

Article about 12 days ago

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Explained: In lockdown, fewer asthma attacks in kidsMore California Counties Recommend Face Masks AgainCovishield Gets Nod From France For Travel; Serum Institute CEO Says 'Indeed Great News'UK hits ...

Article about 13 days ago

Assam Budget Lays Priority on Health amid Pandemic

Affected by two waves of COVID-19 and with serious concerns about a possible third wave amid the mutations, it was evident that the Assam Budget 2021-22 would have a "healthier" allocation for ...

Article about 14 days ago

'No Mask No Sale' Rule Implemented in Guwahati

Assam currently records a total of 20284 active cases and 4888 people have lost their lives till date. Despite all the rules and regulations, it is still seen that some people are still not following ...

Article about 16 days ago

Kitchen Ayurveda

Ayurveda has been one of the most trusted way of treatment since the ancient ages. It is equally important as allopathy, neuropathy, Unani and the other genres. It is seen that even in the age of ...

Article about 16 days ago

Impact of Covid on Children in Assam

With a majority of the adult population in Assam brought under the ambit of vaccination, with at least the first dose of the Covid-19 vaccine administered among them, the most vulnerable population, ...

Article about 17 days ago

Arunachal Targets 100 per cent Vaccination: Libang

Expressing concern over rising cases of Covid-19 in Arunachal Pradesh, Health & Family Welfare Minister Alo Libang said that his department has adopted innovative methods for Covid management to check ...

Article about 18 days ago

Strict Enforcement of Covid Protocol in Assam

Nine districts in Assam recently reported a high Covid positivity rate. These districts include Biswanath, Dibrugarh, Golaghat, Jorhat, Kamrup(Metro), Lakhimpur, Nagaon, Sonitpur and Sivasagar.Taking ...

Article about 19 days ago

Covid-19 Widows Support Scheme Launched in Assam

Covid has left many of us devastated, especially those who lost an earning member during the pandemic. To support and provide social and financial security to 883 widows who lost their husbands to ...

Article about 20 days ago

Revised SOP in Assam

A new set of SOP has been issued by the Assam State Disaster Management Authority on July 6. According to the SOP, districts or sub divisions showing improvement in case load will have curfew time ...

Article about 24 days ago

No Delta case in Arunachal: Dr Jampa

The Delta variant infection has not been reported from Arunachal Pradesh so far which could be attributed to the people adhering to prescribed COVID-19 protocol, said State Surveillance Officer and ...

Article about 25 days ago

Preventing another Surge of Covid-19

The last one and half year of Covid flares followed by troughs and repeated flares has given us a lot of knowledge and experience if we wish to learn from. Every lockdown which has actually imposed ...

Article about 26 days ago

Covid-19 Vaccination for Pregnant Women

A guideline has been prepared by the Union Health Ministry to help frontline workers and vaccinators to help pregnant women in counseling and encouraging them to get vaccinated to keep Covid-19 at ...

Article about 29 days ago

Unlock 1 Begins in Nagaland

Nagaland has started the first phase of unlock from the 1st of July 2021 after more than one and a half months of full lockdown. Some restrictions have been eased in the existing restriction ...

Article about 29 days ago

Here are some superfoods to keep hypertension at bay

Hypertension, known as silent killer, is one of India's most common lifestyle diseases. The condition exhibits no symptoms even if blood pressure reaches a dangerously high level, making a person ...

Article about 1 month ago

Assam govt issues fresh SOP on Covid-19 restrictions

The Assam Government on Monday issued a fresh SOP (Standard Operating Procedure) with certain modifications.The Assam State Disaster Management Authority (ASDMA) in a notification said districts with ...

Article about 1 month ago

New Covid updates from Assam

Assam chief minister Dr Himanta Biswa Sarma today attended the 5th Cabinet Meeting at Janata Bhawan. The meeting started at 11 AM and ended by 1 PM. Five critical decisions were taken in the ...

Article about 1 month ago

New Covid 19 vaccine Covavax soon to arrive in India

The US-based technology company Novavax has tied up with Serum Institute of India to manufacture its Covid 19 vaccine named COVAVAX.The CEO of Novavax, Stanley Erck, said that this vaccine has 90% ...

Article about 1 month ago

Can Covid affect your brain?: Read here

Till now, we all have realized the fact that Covid 19 is extremely dangerous and affects the functioning of various body parts. Recent research shows that Coronavirus has the capacity to create severe ...

Article about 1 month ago

Assam Government issues new guidelines

A new SOP has been introduced in Assam to tackle the Covid situation for the state.The Health Minister of Assam, Keshav Mahanta, issued the new set of SOP from Haflong today.The new SOP will come into ...

Article about 1 month ago

How do Covid effects our hearing capacity?

There are many complications that one might go through during and after Covid. It can be hair falls, respiratory distress or even difficulty in hearing in some situation.According to researchers, ...

Article about 2 months ago

Tax cut on Covid essentials bring relief to people

The Finance Minister of India, Nirmala Sitharaman, has informed that The Goods and Services Tax Council has lowered the slab on vaccination and other essential items related to Covid-19.This historic ...

Article about 2 months ago

Have you heard of the golden word 'immunity'?

Our immune system is essential for our survival. Without an immune system, our bodies would be open to attack from bacteria, viruses, parasites and more. It is our immune system that keeps us healthy ...

Article about 2 months ago

Senior pathologist speaks about Rapid Antigen Test

The actual Covid journey of a patient might start soon after they exhibit symptoms like sneezing, coughing, lack of smell/taste, fatigue, stomach upset and many others. In some cases, the patient may ...

Article about 2 months ago

Some easy ways to deal with Covid positive patients

It was in the year 2019 when the first case of Covid 19 was detected in China. Since then, it has changed the meanings of human lives. Scientist all around the globe is putting their full efforts to ...

Article about 2 months ago

Assam Government issues new SOP

The Assam Government has issued a new SOP regarding Covid-19. As informed by the Government of Assam on June 13, the number of Covid cases has declined in many districts of Assam. Those districts ...

Article about 2 months ago

Attack on senior doctor in Majuligarh Tea Estate

Amid the Covid pandemic, another news of the attack on the doctor has arrived. This time, the victim is an 81-year-old medical officer, Dr Basanta Kumar Goswami of the Majuligarh tea garden, who was ...

Article about 2 months ago

Assam gets a new Covid Care Hospital

The Assam Chief Minister, Dr Himanta Biswa Sarma, in the presence of other dignitaries, today inaugurated a Covid Care Hospital at Surusajai.This hospital is built in association with DRDO, Government ...

Article about 2 months ago

In-home isolation? These are the rules for you

We all have been hearing about Covid since it has emerged, but we personally feel the alarm ringing when any of us suffer. After realizing that one has tested positive, the first question is to go to ...

Article about 2 months ago

Know the most potent tool to defeat the pandemic

Covid 19 has somewhere cause disturbances in all our lives. Even though we all know and realize what is to be done, we nevertheless, at times, miss out on some things. That is because more than our ...

Article about 2 months ago

Assam Police registers fresh case of assault on a doctor.

Within less than a week of the barbaric attack on Dr Seuj Kumar Senapati, another such news arrives.This time it is from the SK Roy Civil Hospital at Hailakandi, which on May 20, 2020, was transformed ...

Article about 2 months ago

How does the Sputnik V works?

Dr Reddy's laboratory in Hyderabad, India, has sought the approval from Drug Controller General to use Sputnik V in India for emergency use.The Russian Direct Investment Fund partnered with Dr ...

Article about 2 months ago

How to manage pregnancy and breastfeeding during Covid?

Covid has bought an unprecedented time in our livelihood. It has affected people of every age groups, including pregnant women. In India, it has seized more than 18 lakh people, out of which 5% of ...

Article about 2 months ago

AIIMS starts Covaxin trials on children

As per a report by Prasar Bharati, the clinical trial of Covaxin has started at the All India Institute of Medical Sciences in Patna.Bharat Biotech International Limited has developed the vaccine in ...

Article about 2 months ago

KITCHEN GARDEN: ORGANIC LIVING AND HEALTH

Gardening has a tremendous impact on both economic life and healthy living. Many people often depend on the vegetables available in the market, unaware of the adverse effect it inflicts on our health. ...

Article about 2 months ago

Hair loss after Covid: There is nothing to worry

Hairfall is a somewhat common problem which almost all of us face in our day to day lives.Some of the significant causes of hair loss are mainly physical and emotional stress. Doctors say that a ...

Article about 2 months ago

Relief Riders: a unique initiative

To protect the environment and establish cycling as a mode of recreation, The Guwahati Cycling Community was formed a couple of years ago.On 17th May this year, this particular community ...

Article about 2 months ago

The importance of post-vaccination care

The rapid increase of Covid-19 cases in India has been a principal cause of concern for everyone. People from every sector, coupled with the government, are putting their complete efforts into getting ...

Article about 2 months ago

Health and Hygiene: Covid englightenment

As we count our losses due to the Covid-19 pandemic from different ends we have also seen at large the proactive initiation of every individual from across the globe. We have understood the worth of ...

Article about 2 months ago

Here are some tips for dealing with Covid ennui

Are you an idle person? Or is it the capricious lockdowns caused by the rampant covid-19 virus that made you an idle person? Amidst the everyday battle to break through the Covid-19 pandemic, many ...

Article about 2 months ago

ICMR simplifies Covid testing rules: Know-how

The Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) has issued an advisory for Covid-19 home testing using the Rapid Antigen Test (RAT) kit. The name of the kit is CoviSelfTM (Patho Catch) Covid-19 OTC ...

Article about 2 months ago

Tripura sets up Covid war room to fight the pandemic

Tripura Government has decided to set up COVID War Rooms in every district of the state, which is manned only by the teachers to maintain the database of COVID patients, their treatment follow-ups ...

Article about 2 months ago

Covid-19 catastrophe: Tripura records good recovery rate

While the Tripura government has laid emphasis on vaccination of a maximum number of people at the shortest possible time, the entry of Double Mutant (Indian variant), UK and South African strains ...

Article about 2 months ago

Assam CM seeks funds to fight Covid-19 crisis

Assam chief minister Dr. Himanta Biswa Sarma has expressed his serious concern over the Covid 19 situation in Assam, which has turned grim during the last few days. Chief Minister Sarma has said the ...

Article about 2 months ago

Covid-19 and Cancer Care: Here's what you should know

The second wave of the Covid-19 pandemic has about to collapse the healthcare system of the country. Mortality due to the infection is mostly due to severe injury to the lungs causing respiratory ...

Article about 2 months ago

The perfect way to a precise reading

Since 2019 with the onset of Covid-19 in the world, we all have been habituated with some things like the oximeter, sanitisers and masks. In order to make our readers a little more aware of the proper ...

Article about 3 months ago

Impact of Covid-19 on high blood pressure

The second wave of Covid-19 pandemic has put more lives in danger than before, including those of youngsters. People with diabetes, hypertension, heart conditions and other co-morbidities fall ...

Article about 3 months ago

Covid-19: WHO adds Moderna vaccine to emergency use list

The World Health Organization (WHO) on Friday listed the Moderna Covid-19 vaccine for emergency use, making it the fifth vaccine to receive emergency validation from the WHO. In December 2020, the US ...

Article about 3 months ago

COVID-19 surge in Arunachal due to complacency

The BJP government at the Centre took the killer virus for granted and allowed Kumbha Mela and engaged in massive campaigns assembly election-bound states.While 9.1 million pilgrims had taken a holy ...

Article about 3 months ago

Know your Vaccination! It's Covishield vs Covaxin

Going through this pandemic was taxing but, we never forgot that "after a storm comes a calm". The announcement of the Covid-19 vaccination was a relief to our anxiety. Now we not only can get ...

Article about 3 months ago

Matchmaking on video calls rises to 50% in India: Study

Virtual ways to find a life partner is now a reality, or better yet, the new normal, suggests a new survey.With the second wave of Covid-19, Jeevansathi.com, a matrimony platform, rolled out a survey ...

Article about 4 months ago

To do this or to do that?: here comes a solution

It was in March of 2020 when the first case of Covid -19 was detected in India. Since then, it has always been a year. Since the starting of covid 19, various initiatives have been issued by the ...

Article about 4 months ago

How to beat the second wave of Covid-19?

The second wave of Covid-19, if left uncontrolled, could surpass the peak of the first wave, as the experience of other countries shows.The fact that it is raging at a time when new variants of the ...

Article about 4 months ago

No reason to fear for COVID-19 vaccines

In India, nearly 447 adverse reactions were reported out of the 2.1 lakh people vaccinated so far. Less than five have been reported to be serious as reported on January 26.Covaxin and Covishield were ...

Article about 5 months ago

Despite the Covid pandemic, record placement at SMIT

Sikkim Manipal Institute of Technology (SMIT), one of India's premier private engineering colleges, located at East Sikkim, has been able to provide multiple career opportunities to its engineering ...

Article about 6 months ago

Vaccine wise? Better safe than skeptical

India is currently executing the world's largest COVID 19 vaccination campaign with an approximate estimation of more than 300 million beneficiaries. The first batches of vaccines are being ...

Article about 6 months ago

Crosscheck covid information on the net

During the COVID 19 outbreak, the internet has been a reliable and for some of us the only way to connect with others and stay informed. However, it is also been the way through which most ...

Article about 7 months ago

Arunachal Pradesh ready for COVID 19 vaccination

The health and education sector of Arunachal Pradesh have been accorded top focus by the present state government. Consequently the state was awarded/recognised as 'the leading small state in terms ...

Article about 7 months ago

Now students are getting back to offline classes

The ongoing COVID 19 pandemic has made a lot of things uncertain, complex and fragile and the education sector is perhaps the sector that has had the hardest time while coming to terms with the new ...

Article about 7 months ago

Quarantine versus isolation in COVID 19

Knowing when and how to isolate or quarantine can help stop the spread of COVID 19. However, isolation and quarantine are not the same thing. In fact, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention ...

Article about 8 months ago

Breathe easy and insulate yourself from COVID 19 too

The process that moves air in and out of our lungs is called breathing or pulmonary ventilation. Breathing exercises and ventilatory training are the fundamental interventions for the prevention of ...

Article about 8 months ago

So is it safe to have it?

Let's address the question that is being least pronounced yet present in every one's conscious and sub conscious mind, while we are in the throes of the ongoing pandemic: Is it safe to have sex? Can ...

Article about 8 months ago

We get you thinking on health yet again

Ever wondered where all the medical waste goes to? Is there a proper disposable system that facilitates biodegradation? Concerns related to medical waste have magnified in this COVID era. With this ...

Article about 9 months ago

Self sufficiency can pay rich dividends indeed

When India's rubber capital Kerala witnessed a 10 to 20% fall in terms of rubber prices due to the COVID19 pandemic, the second largest rubber growing state, Tripura hardly experienced any negative ...

Article about 9 months ago

Will the Durga Puja mayhem cost Tripura dearly?

Despite the government and apex court issuing stringent protocols for the observance of Durga Puja (amidst COVID-19) in Tripura this year, the situation became unimaginably chaotic. People had ...

Article about 9 months ago

Meghalaya is ready for the first vaccine shots

The Union Health Ministry has asked all states to submit a list of the people who shall be accorded priority while administering the COVID-19 vaccine (when it is ready) by October end. This was stated ...

Article about 9 months ago

We turn onto another page of wellness... again

The week that passed by had a clear high for Fit NorthEast  as our readership grew almost geometrically. We had some exclusive articles: one that explored the multiple dynamics in the domain of ...

Article about 9 months ago

It can be north east calling now... tourism wise

Tourism has always been a booming industry for both developing and developed countries. It showcases the vast culture and traditions of a county, its unique identity and legacies.Almost every nation ...

Article about 9 months ago

Healthcare reporting is now a sacred responsibility

The world is now at the cusp of a monumental change, owing to the pandemic. Everything about human life and all that is revolving around it shall be directly or indirectly connected to health. The way ...

Article about 10 months ago

Virus tests in Meghalaya are now getting expensive

Nothing is free in Meghalaya. At a time when states like Karnataka, Haryana, Orissa and Gujarat (beside others) have slashed rates for RTPCR testing; the Meghalaya Government has put a cap of Rs 3,200 ...

Article about 10 months ago

Improvisation and cooperation works

After the onset of the pandemic in early 2020, the economic and social ecosystem of nations across the globe came to a grinding halt. The people of Nagaland, along with the rest of the Indian ...

Article about 10 months ago

A case of infrastructure improvement

A division bench of the Tripura High Court, comprising Chief Justice Akil Kureshi and Justice Subhashish Talapatra on Tuesday observed: 'The people of the state should not get a false idea that there ...

Article about 10 months ago

Are you planning a pregnancy but scared?

Rita Deka and her husband had decided late last summer that it was time to go the family way. They felt prepared for the road ahead, which included IVF treatments along with working full time. Rita ...

Article about 10 months ago

Recovered from COVID? How near can you get to people?

When is it safe again to be near someone who has had COVID-19? This is a question that is on everyone's mind today. Like other infectious diseases, recovery time can vary from person to person. ...

Article about 10 months ago

Editor's Note

Last week had a diverse array of articles that directly and indirectly raised concerns and questions on the existing state of affairs within healthcare. From Tripura's High Court inquiry into the ...

Article about 10 months ago

How far will Meghalaya go with testing alone?

Many have compared the COVID-19 pandemic to the invasion of an invisible army that must be fought with the entire arsenal available in the world. However, it is a stark reality that this arsenal is ...

Article about 10 months ago

Lost your sense of smell? Is it COVID or a mere flu?

A group of researchers in London have shown how smell loss associated with the COVID-19 infection differs from what you might typically experience with a bad cold or flu.Well if despite your loss of ...

Article about 10 months ago

The forgotten diseases and lives

The spread of COVID-19 remains a public health emergency of international concern. Therefore the centre-stage attention that has been accorded to it by hospitals and medical practitioners world over ...

Article about 10 months ago

What ails Tripura more than COVID?

There is a steep climb in the number of COVID-19 patients in Tripura. As of today, atleast another 644 people have tested positive for the virus which pushes the state's overall tally to 20,699. This ...

Article about 11 months ago

From Yoga to telemedicine

'Health is Wealth' is an age old adage very frequently used by one and all. Even in the olden days, people used to practice healthy lifestyles. Moreover, saints used to practice yoga, a pre-vedic ...

Article about 11 months ago

Care and give ....Will COVID 19 teach us how to?

The Spanish Flu had lasted for about two years (1918-1920). Given the advancements in the scale and sophistication of medical research, our generation can hope for a much speedier eradication of the ...

Article about 11 months ago

COVID really needs to be flushed out ...but alas!

A recent study on COVID 19 by Chinese researchers has found that the virus spreads fastest among people who use common toilets. According to the findings, particles of COVID 19 can rise upto two feet ...

Article about 11 months ago

Covid versus festivals...to be or not to be?

Needless to say, the pandemic has unleashed an unprecedented situation across the globe concerning all aspects of human life. Never in the history of civilization did the human race come across a ...

Article about 11 months ago

COVID 19 cases in North East today

Today at the time of filling this report, Assam has reported 82,201 infections, 58,294 recoveries and 203 deaths. Tripura follows Assam with a significant gap. The state has reported 7,408 infections, ...

Article about 12 months ago

Who gets the first vaccine shots?

With three vaccine candidates in the advanced trail stages, India is hoping that the ongoing pandemic will meet its end soon. However, people have also been speculating about the affordability and ...

Article about 12 months ago

An Independence Day breather for Assam

Independence Day brought a respite to the ongoing practice of weekend lockdowns in Assam. Today, movement of individuals had been allowed from 6am to 5pm subject to the mandatory adherence of COVID ...

Article about 12 months ago

Ahead of the virus

One would expect a recovered COVID 19 patient to be a tad bitter and maybe grousing about the hospitalization and quarantine processes. Understandably so as the treatment and aftercare phase is ...

Article about 12 months ago

When the virus attacks the warrior

When did you start experiencing symptoms of the infection and decide to go in for a test? Your family members too were affected. Tell us about your recovery process? My journey of being a COVID-19 ...

Article about 12 months ago

Government opens COVID Counselling Centres in Guwahati

Amidst the sharp spike in COVID-19 cases in Guwahati, the Assam Government had launched 31 COVID Counseling Centers (CCC) in every ward of Guwahati in June. These counseling centers were essentially ...

Article about 12 months ago

A home environment for asymptomatic patients

In the first half of July, the State Government allowed asymptomatic COVID-19 patients to recuperate through home quarantine subject to certain conditions. Announcing this decision, the State Health ...

Article about 12 months ago

Here's the latest on Covaxin's human trials

According to official updates from ICMR, the human clinical trials of the indigenously developed Covaxin have commenced at Jeevan Rekha Hospital in Karnataka's Belgavi, earlier this month. The ...

Article about 12 months ago

Assam Government tweaks staff quarantine rules

The first half of July saw the Assam Health Department undertaking a slew of revisions in its official guidelines concerning the containment and management of the pandemic. One such revision was the ...

Article about 12 months ago

Plasma donation gathers momentum in Assam

COVID-19 cases in Assam have surged past the 58, 000 mark. While the exact number of infections detected stand at 58, 837 the number of discharged cases have crossed the 42,325 mark and active cases ...

Article about 12 months ago