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Dear Colleagues, as some of you may recall, when I was a professor of pathology at the University of California San Diego, I was one of the first molecular virologists in the world to work on coronaviruses (the 1970s). I was the first to demonstrate the number of genes the virus contained. Since then, I have kept up with the coronavirus field and its multiple clinical transfers into the human population (e.g., SARS, MERS), from different animal sources.   The current projections for its...
During major pandemic outbreaks like the very prominent COVID-19, there is a sudden need for unusual collaboration between state and citizens, governments and the governed. But the method through which a government governs its people has tremendous effects or impact in handling a pandemic outbreak. In the light of recent happenings surrounding COVID-19 outbreak which originated from Wuhan, China, late 2019, we can see the strengths and weaknesses of one of the world’s most glorified...
With the hit of the pandemic, there's a lot of talk about physical and mental health. In this tough time, when everything is under lockdown, it isn't easy to stay indoors physically and mentally healthy. Managing mental health is as much as necessary to maintain physical fitness. Many people advise to keep social distance, use sanitizer and masks which are essential to save ourselves from Coronavirus. Likewise, when there is no engagement and social interaction, maintaining mental stress...
Coronavirus disease or COVID-19 is an infectious disease caused by the novel coronavirus strain discovered in 2019. As of August 31, 2020, 213 countries have been affected by the disease, with an estimated 25 million recorded cases. World leaders have implemented various quarantine measures to help curb the spread of the dreaded disease. Personal sanitation practices, the wearing of personal protective equipment, physical distancing, limited social gathering, and travel restrictions are among...
While other continents are overwhelmed by the number of COVID-19 deaths and increasing new cases, Africa seems to have a better experience. However, in the continent, the struggle against COVID-19 has not been a smooth one, and for many reasons. According to Africa’s CDC, there has been a 10% fall in the number of reported new cases in the continent. But there is more to do and John Nkemasong of the CDC warns that Africa is yet to get over the first wave of the disease. The question...
Disturbed routine life due to epidemic:- Almost six months ago, the sudden outbreak of coronavirus changed every aspect of life, including the schools lives of pupils. Pupils were happy seeking a sybaritic summer after the completion of schooling, and some were aiming for the job while others were waiting to get admission in the next class for further studies. But the coronavirus vanished all the plans and put a break on the regularity of life. Now all the students are sitting at home, waiting...
The world that her father credits Ms. Coates with creating is reflected in a television ad for bet365 that ran before the Stoke-Watford game. It featured the actor turned pitchman Ray Winstone, who sat in the back of a luxury sedan, dressed up in a dark suit, idling in traffic and exuding ease and control. ?At bet365 we?re always innovating and creating,? he said in a Cockney accent, staring at the camera. Cellphone at hand, apparently prepared to place some wagers, he ticked through a set of...
The world that her father credits Ms. Coates with creating is reflected in a television ad for bet365 that ran prior to the Stoke-Watford game. It featured the actor turned pitchman Ray Winstone, who sat in the back of a luxury sedan, dressed up in a dark suit, idling in traffic and exuding ease and control. ?At bet365 we?re always innovating and creating,? he said in a Cockney accent, staring at the camera. Cellphone in hand, apparently ready to place some wagers, he ticked through a set of...
International education providers support not only the academics but also the personal well-being of their students, and dealing with the recent scare of the novel coronavirus is no different. While classes proceed as usual while institutions show flexibility during this difficult time, universities and colleges around the world continue to work with government agencies to implement preventive measures and manage the risks brought by coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19).  Universities...
With the world shaken by the recent COVID-19 pandemic, there are international travel bans, community curfews, and even total lockdowns around the globe. Amid this crisis, it is almost impossible to take the risk of traveling or taking a vacation. However, one can hope that one day this crisis too will be over, and people will be able to experience the world first-hand. However, traveling in a post-pandemic world will not be the same. People will not forget about the lessons learned from this...
There has been a meteoric rise in mobile apps focused on healthcare. But, due to the pandemic, their importance today is in a much sharper focus. A change was already being established through these apps, but it has increased manifold within a span of just a few days.The global damage due to the COVID-19 has been unprecedented in terms of sheer magnitude. Countries like Italy and Spain almost surrendered to this global catastrophe. While these two countries were very late in taking consolidated...
The news of late has been utterly devastating for most parts of the global economy. In fact, such has been the rapid pace of bad economic news, combined with reporting on Covid-19’s spread; there hasn’t much time to reflect on individual industries decimated by the impact of the virus. You can get more information on all of that as it breaks on this site. However, we would like to take a moment to reflect on how some industries are adapting and working together to fight the impact...
The world is living in fear for a couple of months as Coronavirus has put their life to a standstill. There is fear everywhere, from poor to rich people, from bosses to employees, from industrialists to daily wage workers. Getting Coronavirus only occupies a little space in the cloud of fear, being bankrupt, feeling lonely, and depression are the greatest ones killing humanity from inside. Most of the suspected cases have been put on quarantine, and others are in self-isolation for containing...
The ayurvedic clinic in Durgapur has been in existence for a long time. The fact that it is still in demand is a proof of its outstanding results. The recent outbreak of the Corona Virus has left the world paralysed. Since ayurvedic treatment has been efficient in curing deadly diseases, it also promises to prevent this virus from affecting you. However, complete guarantee cannot be given but yes prevention is always better than cure. Here you will get to know about the wonders of ayurvedic...
  The Chinese leader hopes to rally national pride as his People’s Congress begins. Mexican officials will investigate why the official death toll is far smaller than the figures compiled in the capital.To get more China news, you can visit shine news official website. RIGHT NOWNigeria’s largest medical union called a strike in the city of Lagos to protest the harassment of doctors by police officers enforcing a curfew. President Xi Jinping of China has seized on the...


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