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COVID-19 infections in China have risen to 37 million in a single day.
According to one report, the coronavirus infected up to 248 million people in China during the first 20 days of December.
According to government estimates, hundreds of millions of Chinese people were likely infected with COVID-19 in the first nearly three weeks of this month.
There is a shortage of kanpa despite the fact that its efficacy is questionable in light of the current COVID epidemic.
Traditional Chinese kanp medication, which is occasionally prescribed by doctors, has been in short supply as Japan faces yet another wave of COVID-19 infections prior to the New Year's vacation season.
A recent Japanese study on the effects of kanp on COVID-19 symptoms may further ...
Serious respiratory infections in youngsters are on the rise
Coughing, sniffing people fill doctor's clinics across Germany, and they don't just look awful; they undoubtedly feel it as well.
According to the country's public health organization, the Robert Koch Institute, more than 7 million individuals have been diagnosed with variou...
Before the cold sets in, mask laws are again in the spotlight.
Hospitals are reaching capacity as the number of COVID-19 infections continues to rise. German politicians are demanding tougher preventative measures as winter approaches, despite claims to the contrary from several countries.
Fall has arrived in Germany, and bright autumn leaves swirl...
Fears of a future pandemic in the United States are prompted by a rise in the number of coronavirus infections in Europe
There has been an uptick in coronavirus infections in some European countries, fueling fears of a repeat outbreak in the United States.
Fifteen of the region's states have reported an increase in instances. According to a report from the European Center for Disease Prevention and Co...
US Healthcare Suffering from the Omicron
Despite Covid-19 hospitalizations reducing in the United States, 80 percent of the hospitals are under high stress.
A group of doctors working on overnight shifts across the country was recently polled and every one of them said that if they could go back, they would opt for a different...
The Netherlands imposes partial lockdown in the country
According to experts of EU, 10 countries in the bloc were at the risk of Covid-19 outbreak. The Netherlands has opted for the first partial lockdown of the winter.
• Dutch government impleme...
Three workers at kids clothing company found to be Covid-19 positive
The Chinese government is taking extreme precautions for Covid-19. Now they are suspecting that the virus could be transmitted through parcels that are sent in mail.
- Three workers at a children's clothing company tested positive for...
Hundreds of US citizens fall sick due to raw onion-linked Salmonella outbreak
A mass Salmonella outbreak has affected hundreds of people across 37 states. 652 people have been reported sick and 129 citizens have been hospitalized.
- Salmonella outbreak has affected hundreds of people in the US
- 652 people have...
Australia is buying 300,000 courses of Merck & Co's Covid-19 pill
- Australia to buy 300,000 courses of Merck & Co's antiviral pill
- Currently Philippines is running trials on the pill
Scott Morrison announced that Australia will be buying 300,000 courses of Merck & Co's exp...
46 soldiers at the border of South Korea diagnosed with Coronavirus: Ministry
- 46 soldiers have tested positive for Covid-19
- The Army has restricted movement of the troops from the base
The defense ministry on Saturday informed that forty-six soldiers at an Army unit have been tested positive for Cov...
WHO aiming to eliminate Meningitis by 2030, with major focus on preventing infections
- WHO aims to eliminate meningitis by 2030
- Viral and bacterial infections lead to meningitis
The World Health Organization is aiming to eliminate the deadliest form of meningitis by 2030.
This will be done through i...
China maintains temporary shutdowns as new cases emerge in the city
• Spas, cinemas and mahjong salons shut in the city of Harbin
• China reported 72 new coronavirus cases
The Chinese city of Harbin, ordered all s...
HEALTH BENEFITS OF ROSE APPLE YOU DIDN’T KNOW EXISTED
- Heath benefits of rose apple you didn’t know existed.
- The rose apples have a similar resemblance to guavas.
- The fruit’s texture, flavor, and taste are however different than guavas.
- Rose apples cont...
TOKYO OLYMPIC’S GPS TRACKING FOR VISITORS WILL NOT BE REAL TIME
- Tokyo Olympics’ GPS tracking for visitors will not be real time.
- The GPS would be used to trace and confirm their movements retroactively if a problem arises.
- Everyone entering Japan from abroad for the games will b...
JAPAN PM’S RECEPTION FOR TOKYO OYLMPIC OVERSEAS DIGNATARIES STANDS CANCELLED
- Japan PM’s reception for Tokyo Olympic overseas dignitaries stands cancelled.
- The reception was to be held on the day of the Tokyo Olympic closing ceremony, on Aug. 8.
- The reception at a Tokyo hotel was also expecte...
GUANGZHOU CITY ASKED TO SHUT DOWN FOR A DAY, FOR COVID-19 TESTINGS
- Guangzhou city asked to shut down for a day, for COVID-19 testing.
- Guangzhou has reported 20 new infections over the past week.
- Saturday's order to stay home applied to residents of five streets in Liwan District in t...
TAIWAN PRESIDENT AIMS TO PROVIDE DOMESTICALLY DEVELOPED COVID-19 VACCINE
- Taiwan President aims to provide domestically developed COVID-19 vaccine.
- In the past week Taiwan reported more than 1,000 coronavirus cases.
- Taiwan’s vaccine development is said to be in its final stages of clinica...
JAPAN PLANNING TO INOCULATE CHILDREN BETWEEN 12 & 15 AGAINST COVID-19
- Japan planning to inoculate children between 12 & 15 against COVID-19.
- Japan has so far authorized vaccine developed by Pfizer Inc. and BioNTech SE.
- The details of the plan if the children can receive free shots with ...
3 JAPANESE PREFECTURES DECIDE TO TAKE STRICTER VIRUS MEASURES
- 3 Japanese prefectures decide to take stricter virus measures.
- Osaka, Hyogo and Miyagi prefecture have seen resurgence in new COVID-19 infections.
- The new measures will be implemented from April 5 to May 5.