Tag: Coronavirus

16
Jun

Delhi Government’s Special Vaccine Drive for Study Abroad Aspirants

Post the Indian Union Health Ministry’s announcement last week of a special vaccine drive for all the international travelers, the country capital Delhi has taken up the initiative to organize a particular vaccine drive at a centre specifically for all the students and people scheduled to travel abroad for employment education or participate in the Tokyo Olympic Games. On Sunday,

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20
May

The Rush for vaccination amidst the perplexed dreams for Studying Abroad

  The world has been fearful of a disease that continues to desolate humanity for over a year now. As a result, there has been a consistent endeavor to bring a scientific solution to this deadly disease. The efforts have been brought out to us in the form of the vaccination drive. As soon as the countries worldwide suffered from

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17
Apr

5 THINGS THAT THE US IS DOING RIGHT IN FIGHT AGAINST COVID-19

The United States of America and India have many things in common. One of them is the distribution of power between the government at the center and in respective states. The federal structure helps them address state and national levels issues in a democratic manner. However, such a structure also requires efficient coordination between the center and the state governments

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1
Apr

Possible after-effects of COVID-19 outbreak on US

Pandemics are not a new phenomenon. There have been global pandemics in the past such as the Spanish Flu pandemic that killed over 5 million people worldwide between 1918 to 1920, and more recently, the SARS pandemic that killed hundreds of people worldwide. However, what makes the Coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic deadlier than its counterparts is due to the fact that,

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13
Feb

MANDATORY IMMUNIZATION FOR INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS IN THE U.S. AND THEIR COSTS

The spread of Novel coronavirus (named Covid-19 by World Health Organization) that spread from Hubei province in China to rest of the world has led to countries imposing strict screening regulations for overseas travelers from entering their country. And although the medical fraternity is working frantically to develop vaccine against Covid-19, it may take another 12-18 months before it can

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28
Jan

How is Coronavirus outbreak affecting students traveling from China?

The spread of coronavirus (2019-nCov) that originated in Wuhan in China has not only affected the students going overseas from China to other countries to study but also those students who have traveled to China, either during winter vacation or for tourism purposes. Governments and health departments in countries like the US, UK, Australia, New Zealand, Canada etc. have issued

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28
Jan

Preventive Measures for Coronavirus

The sudden spread of a new strain of virus known as Coronavirus threatens to affect the global economy. According to latest reports, as many as 106 people have so far fallen victim to the deadly Coronavirus that originated in Wuhan in China. With new cases of people being infected by the deadly virus emerging every day, the number of detected

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