Emerging evidence unerlines the need for more stringent measures in closed spaces, Bengaluru health experts say
As fears rise about community spread of COVID-19 in the city, healthcare professionals, police and civic agency authorities appeal to Bengalureans to help contain the virus for as long as possible
Pharmabiz story on “Indians have better immunity towards COVID-19” with inputs from Dr. Swati Rajagopal appeared today
Indians may have a better chance of surviving the coronavirus disease (COVID-19). India’s herd-based immunity is due to extensive microbial load. General exposure to a variety of pathogens makes them immunologically strong and they are not susceptible to infection as much as other populations, said Dr Swati Rajagopal, consultant, infectious disease & travel medicine, Aster CMI Hospital.
State records majority of positive cases among those aged below 60; largest chunk is in 20-40 age group
Dr C N Manjunath, Director of Jayadeva Institute Of Cardiovascular Sciences and Research added
Previous studies have shown a shorter hospital stay ans lower mortality in patients treated with convalescent plasma therapy than those who were not treated with the same.
Recently, a prominent private hospital in Mumbai was declared a coronavirus containment zone after 26 nurses and three doctors tested positive.
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