- Posted: April 28, 2021Read more »
The United States is considered the worst affected nation by COVID-19 worldwide by confirming 9.7 million confirmed cases with a death rate of more than 230,000. The latest Trump administration official, the White House Chief of Staff, Mark Meadows, was also tested COVID-positive.
- Posted: March 22, 2021Read more »
As COVID-19 is an entirely new disease, there will be many questions/doubts regarding it. Like many people, ask about what happens before, during, and after your appointment to get vaccinated. Before understanding how the COVID-19 vaccine works, let’s get an idea about how our body fights the disease.
- Posted: December 04, 2020Read more »
On average, almost 5-20% of the United States population gets the flu. This means it is similar to the symptoms of COVID-19 affecting, increasing the risk of getting infected by the coronavirus. This occurs every year, especially during the winters but was not that observable. Now, because of the highly spread coronavirus, we humans now also have to be alert because, during these winters, we not only have to resist COVID-19 but also the flu. Anything that puts you at the risk of COVID-19 needs to be controlled.
- Posted: October 29, 2020Read more »
According to Oxford’s Leverhulme Center for Demographic Science, clothes covering face, even homemade masks that are made of the correct material, prevents the COVID-19 from spreading. It not only helps the wearer but the people around them as well. Do homemade masks are effective in spreading the virus? This has become one of the controversial topics in today’s feeds. Certain claims say wearing masks does not protect people against coronavirus, and this is explicitly mentioned in the packaging of the masks.
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Severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS) is a type of contagious respiratory disease that can be fatal. It occurs by a type of coronavirus known as severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus(SARS-Cov). SARS-Cov is an airborne respiratory virus that can spread through small saliva droplets, just like cold and influenza. This is the first severe and readily transmissible disease that emerged in the 21st century, capable enough to spread along the routes of international air travel.
- Posted: September 23, 2020Read more »
The global pandemic has changed the entire way of living. Remember, the good old days when we can head towards the grocery store anytime on a whim or craving? We used to enjoy shopping for groceries and other household items before, but now it has become a stressful task. You may have several questions on your mind, such as: Should I wear gloves? Can I use reusable bags? Do I need to disinfect all the purchased items? How can I stay safe while touching products in the store?