The meal at a restaurant in China's Guangzhou in January has become the touchstone in a global debate about how Covid can spread in poorly ventilated spaces.
From a study on why children are less vulnerable to loneliness possibly increasing a person's chances of catching the virus, ThePrint brings you the latest on Covid-19.
The comet is visible right before sunrise for the next couple of days, and post sunset afterwards.
Even after a particular Covid vaccine is found to be effective & safe, there won't be enough for all. Rich nations will try to outbid poor ones in securing supplies.
After disappointing results from some repurposed drugs like the cheap generic HCQ, investors may be looking at therapeutic antibodies.
From an anaemia medication to research on how 'silent transmissions' could be more widespread, ThePrint brings you some recent findings on the Covid-19 front.
The UN report listed 10 steps countries could immediately take to lower the risk of increased outbreaks, including regulating food systems.
A vaccine to protect against Covid-19 won’t work like the measles vaccine, which lasts throughout a person’s lifetime, Fauci said.A vaccine to protect against Covid-19 won’t work like the measles vaccine, which lasts throughout a person’s lifetime, Fauci said.
The study by Germany’s Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology shows the gene was present in a Neanderthal who lived in Croatia 50,000 years ago.
At least 129 Covid-19 vaccines are in the preclinical stage, while 18 are currently being tested on human volunteers.