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Saudi Arabia Reports Three New MERS Cases, Highlighting Risks and Differences from COVID-19

The Saudi health ministry has notified the World Health Organization (WHO) of three new Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS) coronavirus cases in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. Sadly, one of these cases resulted in death. All three individuals were male, aged between 56 and 60, with pre-existing health conditions. None of them were healthcare workers. This brings …

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The Economic Wisdom of an Annual COVID-19 Vaccine: A Comprehensive Study

The COVID-19 pandemic has reshaped our lives in profound ways, influencing everything from our daily routines to global economies. As vaccination rates wane and governments reconsider their policies, questions arise regarding the necessity and benefits of an annual COVID-19 vaccine. A recent study published in The Journal of Infectious Diseases sheds light on this issue, …

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Zell Education Launches Global Career Championship, Offering Financial Education Scholarships

Zell Education has unveiled the Global Career Championship, a scholarship program designed to empower students and professionals seeking to enhance their skills in finance and accounts. The initiative aims to provide a platform for individuals globally to upskill, fostering career growth in the competitive field of financial education. In a recent press release, Zell Education …

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Chinese Health Authorities Warn of Potential COVID-19 Rebound in January

Chinese health authorities have issued a warning of a possible rebound in COVID-19 infections in January, despite a recent decline in patients at fever clinics since New Year’s Day. The National Health Commission spokesperson, Mi Feng, stated at a press briefing that while respiratory diseases, mainly influenza, are still prevalent, the COVID-19 infection rate remains …

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Budget 2024: Pharma Industry Urges More Tax Breaks for R&D, Innovation, and Increased Healthcare Spending

Amidst the anticipation surrounding the upcoming Union Budget on February 1, the healthcare and pharmaceutical industry has outlined a comprehensive wishlist for Budget 2024, aiming for policies that foster innovation, research and development (R&D), and increased healthcare spending. Sudarshan Jain, Secretary General of the Indian Pharmaceutical Alliance, emphasized the need for conducive policies that offer …

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Delhi Reports First Case of JN.1 COVID Variant: Live Updates and Emerging Trends in India’s Pandemic Landscape

Delhi has reported its first case of the JN.1 COVID variant, as per live updates on the pandemic. The All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) in Delhi has promptly issued guidelines in response to this new case. As of December 26, India has recorded a total of 109 JN.1 COVID variant cases, according to …

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COVID-19 Update: Rising Cases, Advisory in Himachal, JN.1 Variant Spreads

Amid a surge in COVID-19 cases, several Indian states are urging citizens to adhere to coronavirus protocols. As of December 25, Kerala leads with 3,096 active cases, followed by Karnataka (436), Maharashtra (168), Gujarat (56), and Tamil Nadu (139). The Union Health Ministry reported 69 cases of the JN.1 COVID subvariant in the country. In …

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Health Ministry Issues Alert on Covid-19 Subvariant JN.1: Guidelines and Concerns Amid Rising Cases

The Indian government has issued an alert to states regarding the emergence of the new Covid-19 subvariant, JN.1, as cases continue to rise in Kerala and 15 cases have been detected in samples from Goa. The Health Ministry emphasized that it is not yet clear whether an infection caused by JN.1 produces different symptoms or …

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Apple employees are no longer compelled to wear masks at work

According to reports, Apple has informed its staff that wearing masks to work is no longer mandatory. However, if they feel safe doing so, they are free to wear masks. The employees are free to choose in accordance with their level of comfort, the particular circumstances and conditions in their respective locations, and the health …

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64% of Indians are confident after receiving two doses of the COVID-19 vaccine, not interested in precautionary dose: Survey

Mumbai: YouGov’s latest survey illustrates the attitudes of urban Indians on the COVID-19 booster dose amid new emerging variants and the fear of a potential fourth wave of the virus. Although 85% of urban Indians have received the COVID-19 vaccine, 11% are still waiting for their second dosage, and 5% have not received the vaccine and …

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