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Wastewater surveillance can warn of Covid-19 spikes weeks in advance: IIT Gandhinagar study
India

Wastewater surveillance can warn of Covid-19 spikes weeks in advance: IIT Gandhinagar study

Hotspots may provide authorities with up to 2 weeks of time to improvise thought-through interventions to manage Covid-19 cases.

COVID-19 treatment: Melatonin hormone that regulates sleep-wake cycle may prove effective in managing infection
Health

COVID-19 treatment: Melatonin hormone that regulates sleep-wake cycle may prove effective in managing infection

Clinical registries from Cleveland Clinic also showed that regular use of melatonin was associated with a 30 percent lesser chance of testing positive for COVID-19 even after adjusting for age, smoking history, race, and the presence of comorbidities

Parliament's Monsoon Session: RS passes farm bills amid Opposition fury; in LS, Centre faces heat over COVID-19
India

Parliament's Monsoon Session: RS passes farm bills amid Opposition fury; in LS, Centre faces heat over COVID-19

Rajya Sabha deputy chairman Harivansh took up the bills for passing even as Opposition MPs were protesting in the Well of the House and "ploughed" through the procedure to pass the bill, eventually declaring them as being passed by voice vote

Karnataka govt announces total lockdown on Sundays starting 5 July as COVID-19 cases rise; 8 pm to 5 am night curfew from 29 June
India

Karnataka govt announces total lockdown on Sundays starting 5 July as COVID-19 cases rise; 8 pm to 5 am night curfew from 29 June

The Karnataka government on Saturday took a slew of decisions including imposing total lockdown on Sundays starting 5 July in view of the spike in the number of coronavirus cases in the state

Coronavirus outbreak has revealed big gaps in healthcare, law enforcement in India; time for reforms is now
India

Coronavirus outbreak has revealed big gaps in healthcare, law enforcement in India; time for reforms is now

India has no national mechanism to track and manage data for all coronavirus positive persons across the country. Where they go, what happens to them, how they fare, what their trajectories are