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Work From Home
WFH Ends For IT Workers? TCS Employees Likely To Return To Office By December!

IT behemoth Tata Consultancy Services (TCS), which employs more than 5 lakh people, is reportedly planning to end work from home and return to the office by December this year.

Covid-19 Risk For Ganjam,  Gajapati
Coronavirus Knocking On Odisha's Southern Border: Ganjam, Gajapati At High Risk

As per the Union Health Ministry report, a rise in trend in the daily Covid-19 cases in  Srikakulam district of Andhra Pradesh has been reported

Odisha School Reopening On July 26
Odisha School Reopening: The Gamble Had To Be Taken

There is little doubt that Odisha government has taken a huge gamble by deciding to reopen schools, even if only for Class X and XII students, at a time when the second wave of the Covid pandemic is not over yet.

Third Wave in Odisha
COVID Third Wave In October: Know Which Odisha Districts Highly Vulnerable

High seroprevalence in the first wave muted the second wave surge in districts like Ganjam, Gajapati et al, loss of immunity by around 11-months (Oct-Nov) since the onset of the first wave, low vaccination rate now and risks of unlocking heighten proneness to the third wave

ICMR Study On Third Wave in India
Will Third Wave Be Severe? Only If R0 Value Of Delta-Plus Grows To 4.5, Says ICMR

India, unlike UK or USA, has no seasonal drivers of transmission like the ‘influenza season’ there. ICMR says there is no evidence any temporally coherent such season across the length and breadth of the country

Kids Vaccine
COVID 3rd Wave Unlikely To Be As Severe As 2nd Wave; Vaccination, Apt Behaviour Crucial To Minimise Effect

"We need to understand that new variants will emerge one after another but, we need to have focus on protective solution instead of running behind every new variant."

Delta Plus In Andhra Pradesh
Delta Plus Variant In Neighbouring Andhra Pradesh: Know The New Symptoms!

The prevalence of the Delta plus variant is only 0.08 per cent in India. Still, it has been declared a Variant of Concern by the Union Health Ministry. The reason is the variant has the character of infecting more individuals from lesser exposure

Lockdown scene from Rourkela
COVID Third Wave Fear: Centre Cautions States As Crowds Return On Easing Of Curbs

India was hit by a brutal second wave of the COVID-19 pandemic in April and May, claiming a large number of lives and forcing almost all states and UTs to imposed lockdown or other curbs.

Follow COVID-Appropriate Behaviour Or Face Third Wave In Next 45 Days: AIIMS Chief
Follow COVID-Appropriate Behaviour Or Face Third Wave In Next 45 Days: AIIMS Chief

AIIMS Director Randeep Guleria reiterated that till now, there is no evidence to suggest that children will be affected more in the next wave of COVID-19.

COVID-19 Kids
Children Unlikely To Get Disproportionately Hit By Any Future Third Wave Of COVID-19: Study

The SARS-CoV-2 sero-positivity rate among children is high and comparable to the adult population and hence, it is unlikely that any future third wave of the prevailing COVID-19 variant would disproportionately affect children aged two years and above, according to the interim findings of an ongoing study conducted in the country.

COVID19 Third Wave May Not Happen If Strong Steps Taken: Scientific Advisor
COVID19 Third Wave May Not Happen If Strong Steps Taken: Scientific Advisor

Two days after warning that the third wave of Covid is inevitable, Principal Scientific Adviser to the Government, K. VijayRaghavan on Friday stepped back, saying that it may not happen if strong steps and measures are taken.

COVID19 Third Wave: SC Asks Centre To Prep Up For Possible Crisis, Revamp Oxygen Formula
COVID19 Third Wave: SC Asks Centre To Prep Up For Possible Crisis, Revamp Oxygen Formula

New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Thursday asked the Centre to spell out its plan to deal with a possible third wave of the Covid-19 pandemic, even as it held…