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SARS-Cov-2

Pact to Monitor Zoonotic Diseases Globally

Pact to Monitor Zoonotic Disea...

NAIROBI — More than half a billion people are estimated to have been infected during the Covid-19 pandemic, which also claimed millions of lives and...

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Omicron Breakthrough Infection Prevents Serious Illness From JN.1 — Study

Omicron Breakthrough Infection...

SEOUL — The human immune system that encountered breakthrough infection by the Omicron variant acquires enhanced immunity against future versions of the Omicron, including the...

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Long Covid patients at risk for digestive diseases up to 1 year: Study

Long Covid patients at risk fo...

BEIJING — Long Covid patients are at a higher risk for digestive diseases, for up to one year, according to a study. The study, published...

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Pre-existing Alzheimer’s Can Raise Risk of Severe Covid Infection — Study

Pre-existing Alzheimer’s...

LONDON — The impact of Covid-19 infection on individuals with pre-existing conditions such as Alzheimer’s disease (AD) could be severe, according to a study. Published...

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Study Shows Body’s Immune Cells Can Tackle BA.2.86 Covid Variant

Study Shows Body’s Immune Ce...

NEW YORK — T cells — the body’s first line of defence — are well able to tackle the new highly mutated BA.2.86 or “Pirola”...

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Long Covid Most Prevalent in Patients With Severe SARS-CoV-2 Infection

Long Covid Most Prevalent in P...

LONDON — Long Covid affected majorly people who had a severe Covid-19 infection, finds a study. The study, published in The Lancet Regional Health –...

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Cecoded: Why Young Kids Don’t Get Severe Covid-19

Cecoded: Why Young Kids Don’...

NEW YORK — The virus that causes Covid-19 infections may be getting nipped in the bud in the nasal tracts, finds a study that explains...

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Green, black tea & matcha can inactivate Omicron subvariant: Study

Green, black tea & matcha ...

TOKYO — Green tea, matcha and black tea can effectively inactivate the highly transmissible and contagious sub-variants of Omicron, claimed a study. Studies have previously...

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Study Explains Why Covid Virus Affects Smell and Taste

Study Explains Why Covid Virus...

NEW YORK — SARS-CoV-2, the virus causing Covid-19, can infect sensory neurons explaining why many people reported losing their senses of smell and taste, finds...

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This is how coronaviruses jump from species to species

This is how coronaviruses jump...

Coronavirus transmit through a protein called ACE2 found on human cells. NEW DELHI — Throughout the pandemic, there has been much discussion of how Covid-19...

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