iNDICA NEWS BUREAU- Even though the vaccine drives are in full steam across the world, many countries are seeing a slow rise in the positive cases yet again. This could mainly be as people are slowly becoming lax to the certain safety protocols in public, especially in ensuring to wear their masks at all times […]
iNDICA NEWS BUREAU- Americans will now get a third vaccine against the COVID-19 virus. After a grueling eight hours of non-stop debate, a high-powered US vaccine advisory panel endorsed the mass use of the single-dose Johnson & Johnson vaccine. In a 21-0 vote, the usually obscure Vaccines and Related Biological Products Advisory Committee (VRBPAC), decided […]
iNDICA NEWS BUREAU- Since the news of Tiger Woods’ car crash, many of his fans were anxious and waiting to get an update on the sporting legend. In the early morning of February 24, Wednesday, the update was shared to the public his Indian American doctor Dr. Anish Mahajan. Dr. Mahajan, is the chief medical […]
Climate change is too big a problem and it cannot be tackled without governments driving the mitigation efforts, Microsoft Co-founder and philanthropist Bill Gates said on Friday.
I volunteered for a trial of the Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine and saw firsthand how scientists and doctors make sure that it is safe and effective before releasing it to everyone.
iNDICA NEWS BUREAU- Billionaire Elon Musk has become a co-author of a study on Covid-19 where he joined researchers to track coronavirus infection in 4,000 SpaceX workers who came forward as volunteers. The findings suggest that only a certain threshold of antibodies may provide people lasting protection against the virus. The study began last year […]
iNDICA NEWS BUREAU- The National Institutes of Health announced on Wednesday, February 17 that it will be undertaking a study on how pregnant COVID-19 patients metabolize and tolerate remdesivir. Remdesivir has not been expressly approved for use in pregnant COVID-19 patients due to a lack of data on its safety and efficacy in the population; […]
iNDICA NEWS BUREAU- In an event organized by Shri Ram Chandra Mission to celebrate their 75 years of service, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi was invited to address the event on Wednesday, February 17. The Prime Minister lauded the Mission for instilling meaningfulness, peace, health and spiritual wellbeing among the people. He also praised the […]