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Pfizer COVID Pill

Pfizer COVID Pill, The world’s leading pharmaceutical company Pfizer has released an innovative; anti-viral drug which seems to be promising according to the latest WHO reports. The World Health Organization is considering it as the ‘superior choice’ of medication and treatment; especially for the unvaccinated, immunocompromised and elderly people with Covid-19. Experts said that Paxlovid pills are more prone to prevent hospitalizations than the other alternatives. As an even milder form of Covid 19 can be serious and lethal for the people; who are still unvaccinated, or immunocompromised or are elderly. This new anti-viral drug has strongly been recommended by WHO. As of now, the organization is considering Paxlovid more effective than Ramdesivir, Merck’s Molnupiravir pill and monoclo...
Importance of wearing mask and social distancing
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Importance of wearing mask and social distancing

Importance of wearing mask and social distancing. The Centre did the right thing by urging states to relax the restrictions imposed in response to the pandemic's third wave. With only 30,000 instances reported in the last three days, a significant drop from the peak of 3.4 lakh cases on January 23, it's reasonable to assume that the worst of the Omicron-driven wave has passed. However, due to the virus's well-known propensity for surprising people, caution must be maintained. Although numerous nations have dropped their mask restrictions, experts have correctly pointed out that it is not yet appropriate to abandon the virus's most essential defense. For a densely populated country like India, caution is especially useful. "We have to wear masks in the same manner we wear shoes when we ven...
Central Health budget
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Central Health budget

The Covid pandemic has amply illustrated the health sector's direct and indirect intersectoral repercussions, as well as its disruptive force. As a result, its presence in the Economic Survey was unsurprising. Given the pandemic's lessons, it was logical to anticipate a "health-focused" budget. That was not going to happen. The main focus of the budget is on raising capital spending for the PM Gati Shakti scheme, which aims to improve economic infrastructure. TV debates centered on the GDP as if a 7.7% or 8.2% recovery means anything to the millions of people who have been impoverished by pandemic-related income losses, hunger, sickness, and trauma. The gap between rich and poor has grown. People have spent an estimated Rs 70,000 crore out of pocket for medical services that the gov...
Should work from home become permanent in India?
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Should work from home become permanent in India?

On the opposite side, the grass is always greener. Nothing sounds better than a warm day inside with your favorite blanket after a long day at work. You remember making jokes with your co-workers and wondering if the coffee machine made excellent coffee that day when you're at home. There are a lot of pros of working from home, in my opinion, like more work flexibility. Working from home allows you to make more independent decisions and work at your own pace. As a solution, employee satisfaction and morale are higher. There are chances of improved focus among employees. Working from home means you have an entire room to yourself unless you live in a noisy and packed dorm. One can concentrate better on your work and complete tasks much faster without workplace distractions and int...
The number of everyday covid cases in India has risen to 1.79 lakh, the highest since May.
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The number of everyday covid cases in India has risen to 1.79 lakh, the highest since May.

Covid cases in India, There were 1,79,723 new coronavirus cases recorded in India in a single day, bringing the total to 3.57 crore, with 4,033 instances of the Omicron variety recorded across 27 states/union territories. The virus has been related to 146 fatalities in the nation. Active case now constitute for 2.03 % of all infections. And the healing rate has plummeted to 96.62 % across the nation. As per data released this morning by the Health Ministry, the active COVID-19 caseload increased by 1,33,008 cases in 24 hours. Every day, the number of instances of covid surpasses the previous day's total. Will the government take any action in this regard? Now there's a debate about vaccinations, with more than 90% of people receiving both doses and more than half receiving the first do...