Israel sees moderate increase in Covid hospitalisations

Middle East | September 13, 2023 7:43:44 AM IST

Tel Aviv [Israel], September 13 (ANI/TPS): Israel’s Ministry of Health said that it is constantly monitoring the trends in morbidity and variants of the coronavirus. It reported that a moderate increa

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Israeli study finds long-term COVID affects ethnic groups differently

Asia | July 6, 2023 10:11:51 PM IST

Tel Aviv [Israel], July 6 (ANI/TPS): Israeli researchers have uncovered a significant discrepancy in the effect of long-term COVID on the country's different ethnic groups. The findings carry implicat

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Israel struggling to match pre-COVID tourism levels

Asia | July 5, 2023 8:41:20 PM IST

Tel Aviv [Israel], July 5 (ANI/TPS): Israel is struggling to return to pre-COVID tourism levels, according to figures released by the Israeli Tourism Ministry on Wednesday.

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Studies show even low levels of air pollution made Covid patients worse

London |Thursday, 2023 11:50:59 AM IST

Exposure to air pollution, even at low levels, meant an average of around four extra days in hospital for Covid-19 patients, further increasing the burden on health care systems, according to two stud

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ED raids multiple locations in Mumbai in Rs 12,000 cr BMC Covid scam case

New Delhi |Thursday, 2023 11:50:58 AM IST

The Enforcement Directorate (ED) on Wednesday was conducting raids at more than 15 locations in Mumbai in connection with a Prevention of Money Laundering case related to a Rs 12,000 crore Brihanmumba

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Int'l tourists to Cambodia expected to surpass pre-Covid level in 2025

Phnom Penh |Thursday, 2023 11:51:12 AM IST

The number of international tourists to Cambodia is predicted to surpass the pre-Covid pandemic level in 2025, Tourism Minister Thong Khon said on Wednesday.

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Apple-shaped body may raise risk of death from Covid-19: Study

Tokyo |Thursday, 2023 11:51:20 AM IST

People with an apple-shaped body, meaning an increase in abdominal obesity, are more likely to be at a higher risk of death from Covid-19, according to a study.

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1st in-ear wearable device to help decode long Covid-related brain fog

New York |Thursday, 2023 11:51:23 AM IST

An American digital health company has developed a 24/7 in-ear wearable device that measures blood flow to the head and helps understand the mechanisms behind long Covid-related brain fog.

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WHO should not have dismissed Covid lab leak theory: Top virologist

London |Thursday, 2023 11:51:24 AM IST

A top virologist on the UN health body's panel, Professor Marion Koopmans, has said that the World Health Organization (WHO) should never have dismissed the lab leak theory about the origin of the Cov

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ICMR to make public its study findings on sudden deaths & Covid vaccines soon

New Delhi |Thursday, 2023 11:50:57 AM IST

The Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) said that the results of its study into heart attacks in young individuals and a possible link between heart attacks and Covid-19 vaccines and its results

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Israel to stop providing free nationwide Covid tests

Jerusalem |Wednesday, 2023 11:21:02 AM IST

Israel's Health Ministry announced the cancellation of an array of Covid-19 antigen tests, which has been provided for free across the country for over three years.

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