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7 Apr, 2021
It is likely that Mumbai indeed is the Gateway of India for viruses of foreign origin to enter.
7 Apr, 2021
Unscientific or Practical: Several States are Imposing Night Curfews, but Do They Curb Covid-19 Spread?
Many feel night curfews are futile given the fact that crowded public places like markets and malls are already closed by 10 pm.
18 Oct, 2020
Even though India has about 19% of the world’s COVID-19 cases, it has 10% of the deaths, data show. A younger population, experience and the benefit of global knowledge on COVID-19 helped India keep deaths low, said K. Srinath Reddy, president of the Public Health Foundation of India (PHFI).
17 Oct, 2020
There is an urgent need to reach young people both for reproductive health education and services as well as to cultivate gender equity norms. This could reduce the effect of population momentum and accelerate progress towards reaching a more normal sex-ratio at birth. India’s population future depends on it.
5 Oct, 2020
Both contestants in the US Presidential race have been tested for Covid-19 very recently. One has been hospitalised after a positive test result, despite his being protected by regular testing for himself and anyone who he meets at home, work or a rally.
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