Archives - March 16, 2020

Spain on Sunday reported about 2,000 new coronavirus cases and more than 100 deaths over the last 24 hours

Bars, restaurants and shops selling non-essential items are shut for 15 days as the country enters a state of emergency. Schools are shut, keeping ...
Mar 16

Japanese PM Abe insists Tokyo 2020 Olympics to go ahead as planned

Japan has had more than 1,400 cases of coronavirus, with 28 reported deaths, but has avoided the spikes seen in other countries....
Mar 16

Spain PM, Sanchez's Wife Tests Positive For Coronavirus

Spain had 193 coronavirus deaths and 6,250 cases so far, public broadcaster TVE said, well up from 120 deaths reported last Friday....
Mar 16

Over 6000 dead globally due to Coronavirus, Italy is the worst affected country after China

The Chinese foreign minister said China has decided to urgently provide a batch of medical supplies based on the needs of Spain and open commercial ...
Mar 16

Electrolux Provides Update on Developments Related to the Coronavirus

Electrolux communicated that an extended period of supply chain disruptions in China related to the spread of the coronavirus could potentially have a material financial ...
Mar 16

More Than 36000 Patients of Wuhan had Recovered from Coronavirus

To assist the fight in Hubei, a total of 42,000 medical personnel from across the country were dispatched to the province. Around 65,000 ...
Mar 16

WHO’s malaria vaccine study represents a “serious breach of international ethical standards”

Experts are troubled by the apparent lack of informed consent in a pilot study of the vaccine...
Mar 16

Cycling to work linked to higher risk of injury-related hospitalisation among UK commuters

In a linked editorial, Anne Lusk from the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health says that safer cycling infrastructure benefits people and the ...
Mar 16

Fish oil supplements linked to lower risk of heart disease and death

Further studies should explore what dose is needed to achieve a clinically meaningful effect...
Mar 16

Moderate egg intake not associated with cardiovascular disease risk

In a linked editorial, Professor Andrew Odegaard at the University of California, Irvine says that the results of the study are convincing, but “we should ...
Mar 16

After China, Iran is Worst affected by the COVID-19

Next to China, it seems Iran is affected most by this novel virus. Officials have requested people stay back at home as much as possible ...
Mar 16

Australian researchers close to the cure but need more funds: COVID

Brisbane researchers say they are within reach of finding a cure for COVID-19 but need funds to fasten the procedure....
Mar 16

Ireland bans methanol cigarettes and rolling tobacco from 20th May

It's all part of the four years phasing-out period of the EU Tobacco Product Directive which entered into force in May 2014 and ...
Mar 16

Italy pollution dropped down significantly: COVID

Italy's pollution has dropped down majorly after the COVID lockdown. Satellite images show a major difference when compared with a month old image....
Mar 16

Germany closes borders : COVID

Germany seals its borders as 100m Europeans on lockdown. Restrictions on travel and commerce across the continent as countries scramble to contain the threat...
Mar 16

Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip to move out of the Palace: COVID

Queen Elizabeth and her husband Prince Philip are likely to be quarantined in Norfolk (File)...
Mar 16

Loose water weight for a healthy life   

Being puffed, swollen and bloated has been known effects of water retention. Let us know more about how to reduce it....
Mar 16

European Award Programme offers funding to influence the cancer research

A European partnership between Cancer Research UK, Fondazione AIRC and Asociación Española Contra el Cáncer (AECC) is offering funding to successful applicants ...
Mar 16

COVID research is not for sale says Germany

Berlin is trying to stop Washington from persuading a German company seeking a coronavirus vaccine to move its research to the United States, prompting German ...
Mar 16

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