An article in the peer-reviewed European Heart Journal said Krishna's teaching to Arjuna in Bhagavad Gita held lessons for the world tackling Covid today.
Delhi has sealed borders until 8 June over caseload and infrastructure concerns. Some doctors say the move will reduce burden, others call it denial of justice.
Mumbai is planning to add over 8,000 beds in ‘jumbo’ field hospitals, and boost public infrastructure to ensure almost 6,500 Covid beds for critical care.
From an AI app that can help predict disease severity in patients to how fear of the pandemic is keeping heart patients away from hospitals, ThePrint brings you the latest on Covid-19.
Sun Pharma said human safety study of AQCH already completed, clinical trials will be conducted across 12 centres on 210 patients. The treatment duration will be 10 days.
Gates is focusing on the most promising vaccine candidates, committing funds to help ensure production capacity is ready even before any have proven to work.
Vishnu Chavan died within 7 days of his mother at the same hospital, with both exhibiting Covid-like symptoms. But their family was never screened or tested.
Three of the four authors of the study apologised to The Lancet's editors and readership for any embarrassment or inconvenience their published findings may have caused.
The govt needs to prepare in detail for all eventualities, and not seek refuge in ‘uncertainty’. It should trust and seek active public support.
Gilead Sciences says it will ‘work closely with the health authorities in India to provide guidance on anticipated drug supply based on local incidence and severity of disease’.