National Institute of Naturopathy (NIN), Ministry of AYUSH recommends Dr Biswaroop Roy Chowdhury’s N.I.C.E protocol for mild to severe Covid-19 patients

Highlights of the recommendations are as follows: 1) With N.I.C.E protocol, mild to severe patients, can be cured in 7 days. 2) No medications is involved in N.I.C.E protocol, Only coconut water and citrus fruit juice is the major ingredient of the treatment, besides prone ventilation for severe patients with breathing difficulties. 3) No mortality, adverse event […]

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Fears of a third wave of COVID-19 have prompted the government to issue an updated treatment protocol for children

Union Health Ministry is likely to issue an updated treatment protocol to deal with the multi-inflammatory syndrome (MIS-C) which is reported among children within 2-6 weeks of recovery from COVID-19. The move comes amid fears of a surge in COVID-19 among children in the potential third wave. The Health Ministry officials have been asserting that […]

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The Serum Institute of India has applied to the DCGI for permission to manufacture the Covid vaccine Sputnik V

The Serum Institute of India (SII) has applied to the Drug Controller General of India (DCGI) seeking permission to manufacture COVID-19 vaccine Sputnik V in the country, sources said on Thursday. The Pune-based firm has also sought approval for test analysis and examination. Russia’s Sputnik V vaccine is currently being manufactured in India by Dr Reddy’s Laboratories. […]

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From June 1, the Covid-19 curbs will be loosened in 55 UP districts, but the weekend curfew will remain the same as before

The Uttar Pradesh government on Sunday announced some relaxation in coronavirus disease (Covid-19) curbs in the state from June 1. An order by the state government said that economic activities will be allowed in zones (or districts) with less than 600 active cases from Tuesday. The markets in these 55 districts can open from 7am […]

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Just 36,000 Covaxin doses are sent to Maharashtra, Mumbai Sees 67% Dip In Vaccination Turnout

The Centre supplied just 36,000 doses of Covaxin to Maharashtra on Sunday despite the state health department urging the Modi government that around 5.5 lakh people are awaiting their second dose.Maharashtra also received 7.03 lakh doses of Covishield that could help the state carry on with its vaccination drive for just three more days, The Times […]

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