Another three-month-old died on the same day at another centre in Kabirdham distict’s Bandhatola village. Officials said the child’s family had returned from Nagpur on May 11. "The child was severely malnourished and had been admitted to the local hospital before she died due to asphyxiation while being fed milk," sources said. … [Read more...] about Coronavirus pandemic: 3 babies die in 48 hours in Chhattisgath quarantine centres; Health Minister says system ‘overburdened’
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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Sharma’s relatives informed that he had called them after boarding the Shramik Special train and asked them to receive him in Gorakhpur the next day, i.e., May 24. However, his mobile phone was switched off when the relative tried to contact him the next day. … [Read more...] about Coronavirus lockdown: Migrant labourer’s body found In Shramik train toilet
Israel, on the other hand, is gearing up for large scale serology tests in order to gauge the proportion of population which has developed antibodies against the novel coronavirus. Israel, whose aggressive response to the coronavirus has held its fatality rate to a fraction of those of the United States and other hard-hit nations, is readying a nationwide serological test of 100,000 citizens. Moshe Bar-Siman-Tov, director-general of Israel’s Health Ministry, said that if antibody tests show a sizable portion of the population has developed antibodies, that could mean Israel is on its way to “herd immunity” and would be well equipped to withstand further outbreaks. Meanwhile, studies have estimated the percentage of Israelis with antibodies range widely, from less than 1% to upward of 10%. … [Read more...] about In-Depth: Is Herd Immunity our best bet in the fight against coronavirus?