The research further adds: "Vaccine studies should anticipate that sustained protective immunity may be uncertain for coronaviruses. Hence, repeated annual or bi-annual vaccinations might be necessary to avoid reinfection." Moneycontrol could not independently verify the report. … [Read more...] about Coronavirus immunity may last only six months, study finds
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For many, Mehta’s long-term is already a reality. Mishra’s team, for instance, has provided many artisans with the raw material required to continue working during the lockdown. “The Khatwa women in Jharkhand have the fabrics and designs, and the weavers in West Bengal have yarn on their loom. A long-continued lockdown would throw up a supply chain challenge. However, we are in the process of evaluating options such as the cargo services of the Indian Railways, when things begin opening up in the next 30 days.” His team is also working on blueprints and designs to share with their weavers and artisans. … [Read more...] about Coronavirus lockdown | India’s 7-million strong artisans’ community faces supply disruptions, cancelled orders & financial hardships