If we find an approved drug that even slows down the coronavirus’s progression, doctors should be able to start getting it to patients quickly and save lives.
The online test developed by Apollo chain of hospitals is based on WHO guidelines and gives recommendations based on symptoms and medical history.
Anti-HIV drugs Lopinavir and Ritonavir were administered to treat two Italian tourists in India who had tested positive for the coronavirus infection.
RSS has asked around 70,000 of its daily units and over three dozen affiliates to prioritise the fight against coronavirus.
A WHO official has been quoted as saying that ‘there is only one drug right now that we think may have real efficacy against COVID-19, and that’s remdesivir’.
At all-party meeting, leaders ask CM Mamata Banerjee to step up testing for the coronavirus. She says 90 kits sanctioned by ICMR haven’t arrived.
The Army, Navy and Air Force are putting in place separate measures after the Indian military’s first case of COVID-19 was detected in Leh.
Govt has quarantined all 5 Rajasthan doctors who treated patients immediately after returning from abroad. 4 of them have tested negative for COVID-19, result of fifth awaited.
Punjab imposes state-wide curfew, other states crack down on people violating lockdown. Essential services personnel being allowed after ID checks.
From potential vaccines to chat bot help, ThePrint brings you the top developments on the coronavirus pandemic from across the world.