As coronavirus cases in Africa surpass 1 million, experts are worried that the numbers don’t reflect the true picture. They have argued that Africa lacks comprehensive testing for the virus. South Africa, with more than half of the cases in the continent, has been commended for carrying out widespread testing.
The lockdown implemented in India will continue until August 31 in the country’s containment zones. The Union Home Ministry and the state government announced the rules on July 29 to implement the Unlock-3 process in the country and in Maharashtra in August. In this Unlock-3, the restrictions on the movement of people during the night curfew have been removed.
At least 62 people have been infected with coronavirus in three districts in the Kathmandu Valley. According to spokesperson Dr. Jageshwor Gautam, spokesperson at the Ministry of Health and Population, 56 infected people have been found in Kathmandu, three in Lalitpur, and three in Bhaktapur.
The Punjab Chief Minister, Capt. Amarinder Singh, in his weekly program, “Ask Captain,” appealed to the people to have courage in the difficult situation caused by the coronavirus and fight the disease with determination. He announced a week-long trial proposing a unique punishment for those caught not wearing masks.
According to the Ministry of Health and Population, coronavirus infection has been confirmed in 378 more people in different districts of Nepal, and three people have died. With this increase, the total number of people confirmed to be COVID-19 positive has reached 22,592.
The Serum Institute of India in Pune will manufacture 100 million doses of a possible vaccine against COVID-19 by the beginning of 2021, said Adar Punawala, head of the institute. These doses of coronavirus vaccine will be sent to low-income countries, including India. The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation will be involved.
Uzbekistan intends to gradually abolish quarantine measures. Rumors of the spread of coronavirus and pneumonia in the country have not stopped. In Uzbekistan, 690 cases have been registered within 24 hours, and the total number of coronavirus cases is close to 29,000.
The COVID-19 Handling Task Force revealed the latest data on the transmission of respiratory infectious diseases, which showed that up to Friday at 12:00, there were an additional 2,473 new cases of Covid-19 in the last 24 hours throughout Indonesia. That brings the total to 121,226 cases.
Another 933 people have died in India in the last 24 hours. As a result, the total number of deaths in the country is 42,517. At this time, 61,538 people have been newly infected. The number of victims is now 206,611 people. Besides, 46,900 patients have recovered from Coronavirus in the last 24 hours.
In-vitro diagnostic (IVD) devices refer to medical instruments that are used to perform tests using biological samples, such as blood, urine or tissue, taken from the human body. They are available in a wide variety, ranging from simple tests to sophisticated DNA analyzers, including calibrators, kits, software, reagents, control materials and other related instruments.
Expanding improvement of medications is relied upon to drive development of the U.S. biochip items and administrations advertise over the conjecture time frame. As indicated by Pharmaceutical Research and Manufacturers of America, more than 750 vagrant medications were endorsed in the U.S. in 2018, contrasted with more than 600 of 2017.
The Coronavirus continues to be on the forefront of the news around the world. Currently, there are over 19.5 million infected and over 724,000 deaths around the globe. The numbers continue to climb, with no cure in sight. Many labs are working tirelessly to create a vaccine and better utilize existing drugs to treat patients.
Vietnam’s health ministry said that there were 34 new cases of COVID-19 on Thursday, 32 of which were related to Da Nang. Two cases were isolated immediately upon entry, one case in in Ho Chi Minh City and one case in Ba Ria-Vung Tau. Vietnam has 784 cases total and 10 deaths.
India announced yesterday that more than two million people have tested positive for the new coronavirus. It was the third country, after the United States and Brazil, to exceed two million cases, according to Johns Hopkins University. India announced that 62,170 people have been confirmed infected in the last 24 hours.
CO2 sensors are used in closed areas for maintaining the air quality, reducing CO2 levels and cutting down energy costs. Given these benefits, institutions like research laboratories, government facilities and schools are increasingly making significant use of advanced CO2 sensors.
Location analytics offers a vast range of potential applications to the users, not limiting itself to a single department or an organization. Several businesses are using geographical information for visualizing, analyzing, and understanding the location-based information in making decisions allied to the organization.
The marketplace for eye care supplements is predicted to growth at an exponential rate due to an increasing prevalence of eye diseases and chronic diseases like diabetes, which are risk factors for disease . Furthermore, demand for eye care solutions is increasing across the world.
Mozambique is set to go for another 30 day state of emergency, beginning Friday due to the novel coronavirus. President Filipe Nyusi made the announcement on Wednesday as he revealed a plan to ease restrictions in the coming days. He added that the actions are critical in containment of the virus.
Nepal’s Ministry of Health and Population said on Wednesday afternoon that COVID-19 has been confirmed in 381 people in different places of Nepal, and two people have died. At the same time, the official death toll from COVID-19 has risen to 60. Among those infected, 150 are from Parsa district and 50 from Kathmandu Valley.
After three elections, Israel was not able to reach a majority coalition of 61 mandates. Under the pressure of Coronavirus, it was able to reach a compromise between the two largest parties: Blue and White and Likud. Benny Gantz broke off from Blue and White to join in with Likud.
France announced that 1,695 new cases of new coronavirus have been confirmed in the last 24 hours. It became the highest daily total of infections in two months. In all, COVID-19 has killed more than 30,000 people in France, making it the third-largest in Europe, after Britain and Italy.
In Kyrgyzstan, another 37 health workers became infected with the coronavirus in one day. According to Ainura Akmatova, head of the Public Health Department of the Ministry of Health, 13 infected doctors were registered in Osh, 13 in Jalal-Abad, two in Osh, six in Batken, two in Issyk-Kul, and one in Naryn.
Facebook and Twitter removed posts by US President Donald Trump and his campaign Wednesday in which they declared that children were “almost immune” to the coronavirus. Facebook removed the post containing a video clip from an interview Mr. Trump gave to Fox News.
The emergence of COVID-19 has brought the world to a standstill. We understand that this health crisis has brought an unprecedented impact on businesses across industries. However, this too shall pass. Rising support from governments and several companies can help in the fight against this highly contagious disease.
The global personal service robotics market is expected to reach $35 Billion by the end of 2022 with 38% CAGR during forecast period 2016-2022. The demand for personal service robots is also boosted by high disposable income and the need for convenience in developed countries.
German biotechnology company BioNTech and China’s Fosun Pharma announced on Wednesday that they have jointly developed human clinical trials of a potential new coronavirus vaccine in China. This potential vaccine named BNT162b1 is one of four potential vaccines developed based on BioNTech’s mRNA technology.
On Monday, 18 government officers working for the Ministry of Devolution in Kenya were asked to leave the office and isolate alone for two weeks as the country was heavily hit by the coronavirus epidemic. The test was conducted on July 23 with 128 samples and 18 samples were positive.
The Australian state of Victoria declared a state of disaster on August 2, due to the rapid spread of the coronavirus pandemic, and announced the most drastic movement-limiting decisions taken since the beginning of the health emergency. A whopping 671 new infections and seven deaths were recorded in the last 24 hours.
The numbers on deaths and confirmed cases of the new coronavirus in Brazil were released by the Ministry of Health on Sunday evening. Brazil recorded 541 deaths from coronavirus in the last 24 hours, and reached a total of 94,104 deaths. The country also recorded 2,733,677 confirmed cases.
South Africa has recorded more than 500,000 cases of the coronavirus. The death toll in the country stands at 8,153. The country leads in Africa, a continent that is fast approaching the 1 million mark in terms of cases of the virus, and is the hardest hit, since it accounts for half of Africa’s cases.
Another 286 people were found to be infected with COVID-19 in Azerbaijan, the Operational Headquarters under the Cabinet of Ministers said on Sunday. So far, the total number of people infected with the virus has reached 32,443, of whom 27,113 have recovered and 462 have died.
Recent data revealed that the number of people infected with the Coronavirus rose to about 18 million, while deaths rose to about 686,000 cases. Meanwhile, as of Saturday evening, local time, the United States counted more than 62,000 new infections with the new Coronavirus.
Several thousand people protested on Saturday in Berlin to register their opposition to the coronavirus prevention measures imposed by the authorities. The demonstrators opine that the measures are limiting their individual liberties. The march was called by the Stuttgart group Querdenken 711.
South Africa’s Ministry of Health announced today that the number of new coronavirus cases in the country has exceeded 500,000. Health Minister Zewelini Emkize explained that 10,107 new infections were confirmed every day, bringing the total to 503,290. So far, 8153 people have died.
Kenyan Health Minister Mutahi Kagwe has expressed fears over an increase in the number of people dying from COVID-19 as Kenya registered 23 deaths within 24 hours. The death toll is the highest daily total ever reported in the country since the outbreak was first reported in Kenya on March 13.
German police dispersed thousands of demonstrators against Coronavirus restrictions in Berlin, after calling for them to respect the rules of the pandemic in vain. Demonstrators belonging to various groups did not adhere to the rules of wearing musks and social distancing.
Kenyan Transport Minister James Macharia has denied any diplomatic dispute with Tanzania. He was responding to a statement from the African Union that Tanzania will not allow Kenya Airways flights to travel from Nairobi to Dar es Salaam, Kilimanjaro, and Zanzibar from August 1.
New cases of coronavirus infection in India have set a new record once again. For the first time in the country, 57,117 new cases of coronavirus were reported on Saturday. According to the data, this is the third consecutive day when more than 50,000 COVID-19 cases have been reported.
The Kenyan government has denied allegations that Chinese nationals are fleeing the country due to an increase in cases of coronavirus infection in the country. Instead, Health Minister Mutahi Kagwe on Friday said Chinese nationals who had left the country had made plans to travel using approved procedures.
Hours before the start of international flights, the Kenyan government announced a new guideline on the move. Speaking in Nairobi while briefing on the transmission of the COVID-19 epidemic in Kenya, Transport Minister James Macharia said Kenyan airspace would not be open to everyone.
There were 1,153 new cases of coronavirus infection reported in Gujarat today, while 23 people died. According to the statistics released by the state health department, the highest number of 11 infected people died in Surat district. This was followed by four in Ahmedabad, three in Vadodara, two in Rajkot, and 1-1 in Junagadh, Kheda, and Mehsana districts.
Bangladesh’s health department says 26 people have died of coronavirus in the country in the past 24 hours. As a result, the total number of deaths due to coronavirus in Bangladesh has risen to 3,111. During this time, the coronavirus has been detected in 2,700 new cases.
Vietnam and the Fiji Islands have recorded their first deaths from COVID-19. Both victims are men over the age of 66, as reported by the local media. In the case of Vietnam, the first victim was “a 70-year-old man who lived in Hoi Na [in the center of the country] and who tested positive earlier in the week.”
The German Statistical Office announced that the economic performance fell sharply in the second quarter of this year due to the Coronavirus pandemic. The number of unemployed in the country increased during the month of July, to 2.91 million people, in which is normally a low employment time of the year.
Navigation, inclination on accurate positioning, and timing solutions for commercial, government, industrial, and military applications are estimated to be the significant factors in expanding the market at a global level. Besides, the increasing demand for navigation devices and indoor positioning for customer privacy are affecting the global navigation satellite system market.
How Long Will Pandemic Medicine Be Necessary?
The question at hand across the globe has been when and how will this worldwide pandemic come to an end? The consensus has weighed in that the belief is that the way to an end is by way of herd immunity. When enough people in the communities across the Earth are protected from the pathogen that it can no longer take hold and dies out may be the only way this will end, but this will only happen by way of immunization or herd immunity. Herd immunity occurs when the mass majority of the world’s population contracts COVID-19 and either dies or develops immunity to the pathogen.
The World Food Program (WFP) today asked for aid of an additional $250 million for an “emergency operation” to combat hunger in Zimbabwe, which will likely affect 60% of the population by the end of this year. WFP says that the Coronavirus pandemic has aggravated an already serious hunger crisis in Zimbabwe.
District Administrator Kyaw Kyaw Ohn said that some pagodas in Bagan, Myanmar had been closed since the morning of July 29 due to a sudden increase in the number of Coronavirus infections in the area, and said they did not comply with the Coronavirus control directives.
Kazakh President Kassym-Jomart Tokayev held a meeting on problematic issues of the epidemiological situation in the country. Prime Minister Askar Mamin reported to the President that after the introduction of strict quarantine measures from July 5 this year, there has been a decrease in registered cases by 29%.