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Dengue, malaria a new threat for Covid patients

New Delhi, Sept. 6 -- Doctors in at least two Delhi hospitals have reported patients with twin infections of Covid-19 and dengue or malaria, a trend that could become worrying since the double disease... Read More


ICMR paves the way for walk-in tests

New Delhi, Sept. 6 -- A doctor's prescription will no longer be required for people to get a Covid-19 test, the Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) said in its revised testing advisory to states... Read More


Now malaria, dengue threat in Covid outbreak

New Delhi, Sept. 6 -- Doctors in at least two Delhi hospitals have reported patients with twin infections of Covid-19 and dengue or malaria, a trend that could become worrying since the double disease... Read More


ICMR paves the way for walk-in coronavirus tests

New Delhi, Sept. 6 -- A doctor's prescription will no longer be required for people to get a Covid-19 test, the Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) said in its revised testing advisory to states... Read More


ICMR paves the way for walk-in Covid-19 tests

India, Sept. 6 -- A doctor's prescription will no longer be required for people to get a Covid-19 test, the Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) said in its revised testing advisory to states on ... Read More


Dengue, malaria a new threat for Covid patients

India, Sept. 6 -- Doctors in at least two Delhi hospitals have reported patients with twin infections of Covid-19 and dengue or malaria, a trend that could become worrying since the double disease may... Read More


India allows testing on demand for Covid-19

India, Sept. 5 -- The Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) has allowed testing on-demand for Covid-19 even as it has allowed states to adapt to the recommendation as per their requirements. "ICMR... Read More


Home ministry steps in again as cases, deaths rise in Delhi

India, Sept. 4 -- The increasing number of coronavirus disease (Covid-19) cases and related deaths in the national capital has led the Union Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) to start an "active engageme... Read More


Only 2,717 coronavirus patients on ventilator support: health ministry

India, Sept. 4 -- Close to 3.5% of the active cases or those still recovering from coronavirus disease (Covid-19) in the country are on oxygen support. Fewer still _ 2.03% of the active cases _ are i... Read More


Covid-19: Positivity rate double among health care workers in Delhi, Telangana and Maharashtra

India, Sept. 4 -- The positivity rate for coronavirus among health care workers in three states _ Telangana, Maharashtra, and Delhi _ is double or more than the rate in general population, according t... Read More