The new coronavirus strain, first discovered in the central city of Wuhan, has caused alarm because of its connection to Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS), which killed nearly 650 people across mainland China and Hong Kong in 2002-2003. More
The Social Psychology Observatory at the University of Buenos Aires, Argentina, had found that quarantine measures have increased anxiety, uncertainty and feelings of extreme weariness. For some introverts, the quarantine has meant welcome solitude
The decline in coronavirus cases in the Netherlands has prompted health officials to allow sex workers in Amsterdam to resume meeting clients much earlier than expected.
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Afghanistan has struggled with shortages of medical oxygen. The country gets oxygen cylinders from abroad. Until recently, imports were halted due to sealed borders.
European countries have agreed to start lift restriction from July 1. The list will be updated every 14 days.
Since the COVID-19 outbreak, the disruption in the lives of people worldwide has been nothing short of an unpleasant shock and the scars will take time to heal.
On June 29 Centre issued guidelines for the second phase of Unlock, extending the phased re-opening of activities across the country. The Home Ministry said that the new guidelines will be in force till July 31.
Amid the increasing number of coronavirus cases in India, the country’s first indigenous COVID-19 vaccine Covaxin has received DCGI nod to hold Phase I and II clinical human trials
Moroccans welcomed the end of lockdown like a religious holiday. Morocco has recorded nearly 12,000 coronavirus cases so far.
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Hospitals around the world are facing severe shortages of oxygen cylinders as the coronavirus outbreak has led to sudden surge in their demand
Nature advanced to occupy spaces in place of humans in Barcelona's Liceu opera amid the ongoing COVID-19 outbreak.
The Supreme Court has directed the Odisha government to maintain a record of persons allowed in Rath Yatra with details of medical conditions.
COVID-19 has forced millions of people around the world to adapt to remote work. Let’s take a look at some surveys to find out how people and organisations actually feel about working from home
The data from Worldometer lists the countries most affected by the coronavirus, in terms of the number of registered cases and deaths as of 19:46 pm on July 6, 2020.
US magazine Town & Country has recognised her efforts for leading the Reliance Foundation in its efforts to help fight the coronavirus pandemic.
From carrying a patient, living in a multi-story building with no elevators to sometimes waiting up to five hours outside the hospitals to find a bed for patient, they are tirelessly working to ensure the country is able to fight the COVID-19 outbreak.
Here are 10 worst-hit COVID-19 hotspots in India.
Many countries have begun lifting the lockdown imposed due to the coronavirus pandemic as the economies struggle. However, the surge in COVID-19 cases in underdeveloped regions with no proper health systems could undermine efforts to halt the pandemic
World Day against Child Labour is observed on June 12 to spread awareness on the harmful mental and physiological effects of child labour. This year the theme is aimed at exploring the impact of COVID-19 on child labour
The coronavirus pandemic has turned our lives upside down and has forced us to adhere to social distancing norms to keep it at bay. Here we look at some of the gestures people are using as we get accustomed to the 'new normal'.
US billionaires saw their fortunes soar by $434 billion between mid-March and mid-May, according to a new report. Their net worth grew 15 percent during the two-month period.
New Zealand emerged from the pandemic while big economies like Brazil, India, and United States are still struggling with the virus.