“Three likely scenarios”

Dr Daya Prasad Kulkarni is a public health specialist and development consultant. He founded Arogya Seva Foundation in Bangalore, a platform to provide free healthcare services to the underprivileged. He teaches at Syracuse University, New York. He is currently advising the Karnataka government on measures to detect, contain and treat the Coronavirus disease. Nissim Jacob asked […]

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Restaurants and pubs in the city suffer losses due to Coronavirus

Coronavirus fear amid Bengalureans is affecting the business of pubs and restaurants in the city. By Ambalika Banerjee Bengaluru:Restaurant and pub owners in the city say that their businesses have gone down in due to the novel coronavirus outbreak. Restaurants like Eat Fit, Bheema’s, and pubs like Amoeba are among the ones affected. Ankita. N […]

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Three more confirmed Covid-19 cases in city

Karnataka hot on the trail of its neighbouring state, Kerala, in terms of number of confirmed cases of Covid-19 infections. The neighbouring state has 12 cases. By Labani Mahanandy Bengaluru: Three more cases of Covid-19 have been confirmed in Karnataka, taking the toll to four. All of them hail from Bengaluru. Indian Council of Medical […]

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As virus fear spreads, masks and sanitizers fly off pharma shelves

Stores unsure when supplies will come back Aarthi N Bengaluru, March 05, 2020¬† Bengaluru has a shortage of face masks and hand sanitizers as a large number of people have started to buy them after the outbreak of coronavirus. Eight out of the ten medical stores Newsnet visited on March 5, did not have masks […]

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Isolated Wards Set Up For Coronavirus Patients

The Rajiv Gandhi Institute of Chest Diseases (RGICD) has set up an isolation ward for the treatment of Coronavirus-infected patients. By Priyansh Verma Bengaluru: Three patients who are suspected of being infected with Coronavirus have been admitted to the RGICD. The Karnataka Health Department said that Government as well as private hospitals are planning to […]

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Aspiring doctors seek asylum in Indian medical universities

Due to the indefinite suspension of classes amid coronavirus outbreak, the parents of Indian-origin students pursuing MBBS degrees in China are seeking accommodation of their kids in Indian medical universities. By Neetu Saini Juggling her books and clothes, Apurva Issar, a fifth-year student of Tianjin Medical University in Beijing was packing when she received a […]

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