Mumbai, Bengaluru, Chandigarh among other cities, install vending machines for face masks, sanitisers and gloves
The railways is planning to install such vending machines at several other railway stations as well, including at few other suburban railway stations in Mumbai.
Human challenge trials have been used to test other vaccines but there were rescue medicines to cure those who got sick. There is no cure for COVID-19.
The banners come as the social media giant struggles to contain disinformation about COVID-19 and face coverings on the platform.
Coronavirus Outbreak: NASA develops a PULSE pendant that is supposed to help keep your hands away from your face
The PULSE pendant is supposed to be “simple and affordable” technology that can be easily replicated so that it can be widely distributed.
Over 1450 people from the Northeast stranded in Karnataka are attempting to travel back home in what appears to be an exodus.
Not only do our past experiences inform our actions now, but advances made in technology also help us mount a stronger attack against the health threat.
If you're wondering about the effectiveness of home-made masks, when the use of even surgical masks was discouraged not too long ago, you're not alone.
While wearing a face cover is important, equally important is to know how to wear it, take it off, store it and wash it the right way.
Coronavirus outbreak: Govt issues advisory on use of homemade reusable mask by citizens not suffering from COVID-19 symptoms
Amid growing number of cases of coronavirus in the country, the government has recommended that people cover their faces with reusable, homemade masks when they step out.
While medical masks are available in India, many are urging that the general population leave those for use by our doctors and medical staff.
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A Japanese car company ordered a mask of a sleeping face to improve its facial recognition technology to detect if a driver had dozed off
Ancient pharaoh Tutankhamun's famed golden funeral mask will go back on display at the Egyptian Museum in Cairo next week after it was accidentally damaged by museum workers over a year ago.