Getting children to wear facemasks in schools to keep them protected from COVID was seen as an exaggerated measure at first. Parents protested, but in vain. Medical experts see facemasks as necessary, and we’re not here to blame them. According ...

Unless you’re a pure misanthrope who enjoys seeing the world suffer, surely you’re eager to see the COVID pandemic disappear like the rest of us. Dr. Anthony Fauci is finally bringing some good news about the coronavirus, and no, he’s ...

The world’s most common type, stealth Omicron, isn’t as benign as one would believe, at least among unvaccinated youngsters, according to a new research. All of Hong Kong’s 0-11-year-old children who were admitted to hospital with COVID between Feb. 5 ...

Upwards of 98 percent of indoor airborne microorganisms were reduced in less than 5 minutes using a new form of safe UV light. When the lights were on, the concentration of germs in the room didn’t rise much. Passive technologies ...

When it comes to COVID-19, a novel subvariant of the virus known as BA.2 is swiftly becoming the most common source of infection. When it comes to this strain, immunologists Prakash and Mitzi Nagarkatti of the University of South Carolina ...

As Coronavirus makes a comeback in China, the nation’s president has suggested that his priority this time is to limit the indirect harm to the country’s massive economy. As per President Xi Jinping, China must aim for maximal preventive measures and management ...

While COVID-19 instances are decreasing throughout the country, UW Health experts are urging the public to be cautious of people who are immunocompromised and might get severely sick as a result of the virus. Even though those who have been ...

Experts claim there is no turning back to what was previously deemed normal before the virus arose, two years after the World Health Organization (WHO) initially declared COVID-19 a worldwide pandemic on March 11, 2020. Infectious disease specialist Dr. Isaac ...

According to Moderna CEO Stephane Bancel, it’s logical to believe that the pandemic is nearing its end. He stated on Wednesday that an 80% possibility exists that when omicron or the SarsCov-2 virus evolves, we will see fewer and fewer ...

The findings raise the potential that Covid may induce microscopic damage that is undetectable by standard testing. Abnormalities in the lungs of long-term Covid sufferers have been discovered recently, which might explain why some individuals feel dyspnea long after their ...