COVID-19

Type 2 Diabetes and COVID-19

Type 2 diabetes is a chronic health condition that affects the way the body processes blood sugar. The disease is characterized by high blood sugar levels and can lead to a number of serious health complications. Recent research has found ..

Tags: 

Month: 

Category: 

Government Trends Report

The world has seen a significant change in the way governments deliver solutions to the common citizen in a post-COVID world. The Deloitte Center for Government Insights’ report titled ‘Government Trends’ highlights the nine trends that are reshaping this landscape. ..

Tags: 

Month: 

Category: 

XBB1.16

A total of 76 samples of COVID-19’s XBB.1.16 variant have been found in India, which might be the reason behind the recent surge in cases in the country, according to data from the Indian SARS-CoV-2 Genomics Consortium (INSACOG). The variant ..

Tags: 

Month: 

Category: 

Rwanda’s First mRNA Vaccine Production Facility: Important Facts

Rwanda has taken a significant step forward in its fight against infectious diseases by becoming the first African country to house a facility for manufacturing messenger RNA (mRNA) vaccines. The facility, spanning across 800 square meters of space, is capable ..

Tags: 

Month: 

Category: 

iNCOVACC: First Intranasal COVID-19 Vaccine

There are different methods of vaccine administration. Oral, Intradermal, subcutaneous, and intramuscular. But the Bharat Biotech recently launched an intranasal vaccine to treat COVID-19. It is called iNCOVACC. Intra-nasal means the vaccine is administered through nose. India has approved the ..

Tags: 

Month: 

Category: 

What is Immune Imprinting?

Immune imprinting is a phenomenon occurring in the human body. Scientists recently found that this phenomenon may make the COVID boosters less effective. Bivalent, Mono Valent, boosters, and variant-specific boosters are to go powerless due to the immune imprinting phenomenon. ..

Tags: 

Month: 

Category: