• Coronavirus: UK authorises anti-viral drug remdesivir

    Added On : 27th May 2020

    A drug treatment called remdesivir that appears to shorten recovery time for people with coronavirus is being made available on the NHS.

    Read More
  • Coronavirus: Immune clue sparks treatment hope

    Added On : 26th May 2020

    UK scientists are to begin testing a treatment that it is hoped could counter the effects of Covid-19 in the most seriously ill patients.

    Read More
  • Coronavirus: Children and older adults to take part in vaccine trial

    Added On : 25th May 2020

    Children and older adults are to be included in the second phase of vaccine trials to protect against coronavirus.

    Read More
  • Coronavirus: Hydroxychloroquine trial begins in the UK

    Added On : 24th May 2020

    A trial to see whether two anti-malarial drugs could prevent Covid-19 has begun in Brighton and Oxford.

    Read More
  • Coronavirus: Spain tightens mask rules for all older than five

    Added On : 21st May 2020

    Wearing masks is being made compulsory in Spain both indoors and out in public if social distancing is not possible.

    Read More
  • Coronavirus: All 50 US states move toward reopening

    Added On : 20th May 2020

    As the country's death toll surpasses 92,000, all 50 US states have partially reopened after a two-month shutdown.

    Read More
  • Mumbai: India hospital delivers 100 babies from Covid-19 mums

    Added On : 19th May 2020

    More than 100 healthy babies have been born to mothers infected with the novel coronavirus in one hospital in India's western city of Mumbai.

    Read More
  • Coronavirus: A third of hospital patients develop dangerous blood clots

    Added On : 18th May 2020

    Up to 30% of patients who are seriously ill with coronavirus are developing dangerous blood clots, according to medical experts.

    Read More
  • Coronavirus: Children affected by rare Kawasaki-like disease

    Added On : 17th May 2020

    Scores of UK and US children have been affected by a rare inflammatory disease linked to coronavirus.

    Read More
  • Coronavirus may "never go away," WHO official says

    Added On : 14th May 2020

    The new coronavirus may never go away and may just join the mix of viruses that kill people around the world every year, Dr. Mike Ryan, executive director of the World Health Organization health emergencies program, said Wednesday.

    Read More