China confirms human-to-human transmission for coronavirus
WHO to convene emergency meeting on January 22, 2020
WHO gears up amid new coronavirus cases in Japan, Thailand after China
About 41 people in Wuhan were infected with the virus that was traced to a seafood market
क्या हवा में नाइट्रोजन डाइऑक्साइड की अधिकता से बढ़ सकती हैं कोरोनावायरस से होने वाली मौतें?
एनओ2 लंबे समय से मनुष्यों में कई प्रकार के श्वसन और हृदय रोगों के लिए जिम्मेदार माना जाता है
कोविड-19 से निपटने में सहायक हो सकता है जेनेटिक सिक्वेंस
स्वास्थ्य मंत्री ने वैज्ञानिक तथा औद्योगिक अनुसंधान परिषद (सीएसआईआर) द्वारा कोविड-19 के संदर्भ में किए जा रहे प्रयासों की समीक्षा की
COVID-19: Scientists race to find treatment
Test which would check for the presence of antibodies against SARS-CoV-2 were okayed by the Indian government on April 4, 2020
Deconstructing SARS-CoV-2 virus that caused COVID-19 pandemic
Mutation increased SARS-CoV-2’s ability to target human cells, which partly explains its faster spread, according to a research
Are you in danger of catching the coronavirus? 5 questions answered
What you should know about the novel Coronavirus
वैज्ञानिकों को चमगादड़ों में मिले 6 नई तरह के कोरोनावायरस
शोधकर्ताओं को चमगादड़ों में 6 नई तरह के कोरोनावायरसों का पता चला है। म्यांमार में खोजे गए यह वायरस इंसान के लिए खतरनाक हैं ...
Deadly virus triggers fears of SARS-like epidemic
WHO has not declared whether deadly virus, which has caused the death of a Saudi national, is a public health threat
Novel strain of coronavirus can pass from person to person: WHO
18 people infected with the virus died
COVID-19: Extensive research underway; how much will it help?
As many as 42 vaccines were in preclinical stage and two vaccines in Phase I clinical trials as of March 20, according to WHO
Understanding zoonotic diseases: ‘How we interact with environment drives spillovers’
The scope and scale of deforestation and opening of new interfaces with forests and wildlife increases the chances of spillovers, says …
COVID-19: 'Need to address the unknown'
WHO spokesperson Christian Lindmeier's on why the UN health body doesn't consider novel coronavirus to be a pandemic
COVID-19: Can we flatten the un-sustainability curve?
The Earth needs to resurrect and heal. It is the right time to define collective growth and prosperity, not in terms of rising income but rising …
Understanding zoonotic diseases: ‘Humans are changing disease ecosystem’
Burden of neglected zoonotic diseases is vastly under-reported, says Bethan Purse, ecologist, UK Centre for Ecology and Hydrology
Fast COVID-19 vaccine timelines are unrealistic, put integrity of scientists at risk
No vaccine against a coronavirus has successfully navigated the rigours of clinical testing, despite having up to 17 years to do so
Fatal bacterial infections may stem from COVID-19 therapies, AMR a concern: Study
Researchers have found that SARS-CoV-2 and bacteria in lungs may affect each other’s ability to cause damage and worsen the outcome in a …
Understanding zoonotic diseases: Is COVID-19 Disease X that WHO warned of in 2018?
Disease X predictions: mortality rate higher than seasonal flu; spread as easily as the flu; shake financial markets even before turning pandemic
Lung infections to panic attacks: Those who ‘beat’ COVID-19, but did not recover
Amid studies hinting at long-term impacts of COVID-19 infection, the world, including India, has started monitoring people who recovered from the …
COVID-19: Climate-related disasters impact labour more than wars
The ongoing pandemic will add to already-reduced labour productivity caused by natural disasters whose frequency has doubled since 2000
COVID-19 airborne transmission possible in some indoor settings: WHO
Asymptomatic patients can pass on virus, extent unknown
COVID-19: Possible link between virus, intensive pig farming, says study
SARS-CoV-2 may have transmitted from infected pigs to a farm worker, from pig meat to the human food chain or from pig faeces into the environment,…
Should we worry about the long-term impact of the novel coronavirus?
Pathogens differ in their ability to affect multiple organs but they all invariably cause long-term effects
COVID-19: How safe are Indian wet markets?
India is a huge market for meats. Apart from usual poultry, bovine and fish, a few protected species are also illegally traded for food in wet markets